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Virginia Commonwealth University Health
Department of Radiology
Muskoskeletal Radiologist


The Department of Radiology at Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia is currently seeking applicants for two full time faculty positions in a dynamic Muskoskeletal sectionto provide specialized imaging interpretation, with the use of state-of-the-art equipment, including dual source dual energy CTs and MRs.


VCU MSK Radiologists practice at the main downtown campus, Stony Point Outpatient Center, and the new multidisciplinary Neuroscience, Orthopedics, and Wellness Center (NOW). CT, MR, US, and radiography equipment as well as dedicated MSK procedure rooms are available. Excellent professional relationships exist with the Departments of Orthopedics, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the Division of Rheumatology.


REQUIREMENTS:
- Provide high quality sub-specialized imaging interpretations for assigned modalities in support of the referring physicians and patients of the VCU HS.
- Responsibilities will include musculoskeletal radiology (conventional radiographs, CT, MR and interventions).
- Professional relationships established with the Department of Orthopedic Surgery to foster interdisciplinary research.
- Provide training to medical students, residents, and fellows that rotate through the Department of Radiology.


QUALIFICATIONS:
- Applicants should be ABR certified or have passed the Core Component of the ABR Board examination
- Fellowship trained in MSK imaging
We are 600 physicians and 19 clinical departments providing services at various sites in Virginia, including VCU Medical Center the areas only Level 1 Trauma Center and the flagship hospital of VCUs entire medical enterprise. VCU Medical Center integrates hospitals, clinical care facilities, health sciences schools and medical research. Eight years ago, we completely reimagined our physician organization empowering our providers to be agents of change, embrace autonomy, and create a culture of camaraderie, engagement and accomplishment.