A Recruitment/relocation incentive is authorized for a highly qualified candidate
The VA Boston Healthcare System (VABHS) is recruiting for a full time, fellowship trained neuroradiologist at the West Roxbury campus for the position of Chief of Neuroradiology. ABR board certification or board eligibility is required and neuroradiology CAQ is preferred. The Diagnostic Radiology service skills desired include, but are not limited to, neuroradiology imaging and basic neuro procedures, cross-sectional body imaging and general radiology. VABHS is a 467-bed facility located on three campuses in the Boston metropolitan area. The department is filmless and it provides telaradiology services for several other VA New England Healthcare System facilities. Installed equipment includes 1.5T and two 3T MRI scanners, three multidetector CT scanners, PET/CT, two IR suites, and a wide array of ultrasound and rad/fluoro equipment. A VABHS research neuroimaging center supports well-funded programs in traumatic brain injury, PTSD, and cognitive neuroscience and collaborates closely with the Martinos Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. VABHS is affiliated with Harvard Medical School and Boston University School of Medicine, and appointments can be made to either school. The Radiology residency program is integrated with Boston Medical Center, and resident teaching and research are integral parts of the department’s mission.
• Must be a US citizen or permanent resident;
• Degree- Doctor of Medicine;
• Full, active, current and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a state, territory or commonwealth of the United States or District of Columbia;
• English language proficiency;
Required for this position:
• BE/BC in Radiology,
• Completion of a neuroradiology fellowship.
• Neuro CAQ completion
• Leadership experience and skills
• Strong academic background and interest in research
• Strong teaching skills
The qualifications of such personnel shall also be subject to review by the VABHS Chief of Staff and …