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Aurora Medical Group is seeking a breast imaging specialist to work at our West Allis facility.

Education, training, and experience required:
- Completion of a radiology residency from an accredited program
- Fellowship training in breast imaging
- Board certification/eligibility
- Patient focus with excellent communication skills
- Skills needed include interpretation of MRI, stereotactic procedures, ultrasound, tomosynthesis, tomosynthesis guided biopsies and localization procedures.

Program Overview:
- The Aurora Imaging Division is a large 100+ radiology group covering 11 hospitals
- Physicians will partner with radiologists, primary care and other specialists
- Established oncology and womens health programs
- Collegial environment with a strong commitment to a team focused environment
- Position is flexible; option of 1.0 FTE which will include weekday and some weekend and 2nd shift assignments; or .8 with weekday only assignments.

Aurora Offers:
- A patient-centered environment
- State-of-the-art, modern technology including new MRI and CT
- Competitive compensation
- A comprehensive benefits package
- Paid medical liability insurance
- Relocation assistance

Aurora Health Care is the largest health care system in Wisconsin. With service areas extending to Northeastern Illinois, Aurora is anchored by two top tier tertiary/quaternary care centers. Our integrated delivery model allows Aurora physicians and advanced practice professionals to support their patients, connect with colleagues and offer state-of-the-art, quality care.

What makes being an Aurora physician unique? We make it easy for you to do what you do best care for patients. Our supportive staff and leadership are committed to an autonomous practice environment and continuously strive to be on the forefront of managing the changing healthcare landscape, advances in technology, and innovative approaches to providing impeccable outcomes for patients.
Aurora Health Care is a physician-led, integrated, not-for-profit Wisconsin health care provider and a national leader in efforts to improve the quality of health care. Aurora's patients enjoy care that is coordinated across a comprehensive network of facilities, services and providers. Through Care Management, our innovative approach to clinical excellence, we tackle health care's toughest problems, implement best practices and improve outcomes for our patients. Our hospitals, as well as our clinics, offer the latest technologies and a wide array of primary and specialty physicians, diagnostic services and wellness programs. Helping people live well is what drives Aurora Health Care.

No matter where you may wish to practice medicine, Aurora is sure to offer an opportunity that will meet your goals. Whether you seek to join our employed medical group or establish a practice and serve on the staff of one of our hospitals, we have a variety of options for you, ranging from small town to suburban to urban locations. Importantly, our relationship with Wisconsin universities allows interested physicians to pursue faculty appointments, clinical-academic positions and residency programs, opening up unique career opportunities only a system like Aurora Health Care can provide. Wisconsin is one of the most physician-friendly states in the country, offering an effective compensation fund, caps on malpractice awards and a supportive legal environment. Visit our website at aurora.org/doctor to learn about our opportunities.

Visit our website at aurora.org/doctor to learn more about our opportunities.