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St. Marys of Michigan Saginaw

St. Marys of Michigan, Saginaw is seeking a Board Certified Pathologist.
Saginaw County is rich with natural resources. The county has over 500 acres of park land, over 25 public and private golf courses and 80 acres of trail system. Saginaw County, located in the central portion of Michigans lower peninsula is part of the Great Lakes Bay Region. Saginaw Bay is connected to beautiful Lake Huron.

St. Marys of Michigan is a regional leader in advanced specialty care, offering comprehensive services in the cardiac sciences, neurosciences, cancer care, orthopedics, emergency and trauma care. St. Marys is a verified Level II Trauma Center and certified Primary Stroke Center. With 268 beds and over 20 specialty centers in Saginaw, Bay City, Birch Run, Chesaning, Frankenmuth, Marlette, Standish, Tawas, Vassar and West Branch, St. Marys has established itself as a technological pioneer and patient advocate throughout the state. Patients are cared for from 70+ counties, primarily the mid, northern and thumb regions of Michigan.

* Full Time hospital employed position with St. Marys of Michigan
* Affiliated with Towne Centre Surgery Center & Clinical Laboratories
* Dedicated block surgery time
* 9 OR rooms at main hospital and 4 OR rooms at Towne Centre
* Call schedule is 1:2 with night and weekend call rotated every other week
* See all types of pathology cases
* Competitive salary with a full comprehensive benefit package
* Saginaw County population is approximately 192,000
* Approximately 1.5 hours north of metro Detroit, Ann Arbor and Lansing

Basic Qualifications:
* Anatomic Pathology (AP) & Clinical Pathology (CP), American Board of Pathology Certified
* MD/DO of an Accredited Pathology residency program
* Licensed or eligible to obtain a license with the State of Michigan
* 5 years of practice experience preferred

Ideal qualifications:
* Should possess broad knowledge in all subspecialties of surgical pathology and be confident in supervising clinical laboratories
* Subspecialty fellowship training in surgical pathology, neuropathology, hematopathology, etc. is desirable but not required
St. Marys of Michigan is a member of Ascension the nations largest Catholic not-for-profit health care system. To learn more please visit us at www.ascension.org/Michigan

St. John Health is the largest provider of inpatient care in Southeastern Michigan and one of the largest employers in metro Detroit. St. John Health provides comprehensive prevention, primary care and advanced treatment programs with more than 125 medical centers, seven hospitals spanning five counties and over 3,000 physicians.

The system is affiliated with Wayne State University School of Medicine, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Oakland Universitys Meadowbrook Health Enhancement Institute.

St. John is also part of Ascension Health the nation's largest Catholic and largest nonprofit health system, serving patients through a network of hospitals and related health facilities providing acute care services, long-term care, community health services, psychiatric, rehabilitation and residential care.

For more information about our health system, please visit us at www.stjohn.org or www.ascensionhealth.org.