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Pediatric Radiologist, 36 Days of PTO - Minneapolis, MN, USA

Job Description

Pediatric Radiologist

Position/Department Summary

A freestanding, independent children’s hospital system, Children’s Minnesota provides a unique opportunity for Pediatric Radiologist , with interpretation of a full range of pediatric imaging, including neuro, body, and MSK imaging, utilizing all imaging modalities in an exclusive pediatric population in Minneapolis, MN.

  • Work in a remarkably collaborative environment, alongside a team of 14 pediatric radiologists with specialists in neuro, musculoskeletal, ENT, and interventional radiology.
  • A unique opportunity to work challenging and interesting cases with a collegial team, averaging more than 118,000 exams annually. 
  • Departmental improvements include, recently replaced ultrasound fleet, state-of-the-art iMRI facility based on a newly released 3T MRI system, and a photon counting detector CT scanner.
  • Candidates must be BE/BC through ABR or AOBR, completed pediatric radiology fellowship and eligible for a Minnesota licensure.

Compensation and Benefits

  • We offer a competitive compensation package including a base salary with incentive pay opportunities.
  • Benefits package includes malpractice, health, dental, disability coverage, retirement plans, 36 days of PTO , and CME package and much more!

Facility:

  • Children’s Minnesota is the 7 th largest pediatric health system in the United States and the only health system in Minnesota to provide care exclusively to children, from before birth through young adulthood.
  • As The Kids Experts TM , Children’s Minnesota is uniquely poised to serve the highly specialized health care needs of children and is regularly ranked by U.S. News & World Report as a top children’s hospital.

Minneapolis/St. Paul

 

The Twin Cities

Minneapolis/St. Paul, often referred to as the Twin Cities, is the 16th largest metropolitan area in the United States and consistently ranks as one of the top ten most livable places.

The Twin Cities area offers a high quality of life, world class arts, excellent school systems , an award-winning culinary scene, vibrant culture, professional and college sports, outstanding year round recreation with a bounty of lakes and a half dozen downhill ski areas located within a one hour drive of the Twin Cities.

Minnesota is home to 10,000 lakes – and two thriving neighboring cities,  Minneapolis and St. Paul. Both cities are filled with vibrant culture,  history, sports and art. The Minneapolis-St. Paul region combines rich  urban attractions with an exceptionally beautiful natural environment.  The Twin Cities metro area is also a shopper’s delight, anchored by the  nation’s largest mall, the Mall of America.

The Twin Cities offers a four-season climate similar to many Midwestern cities. Although Minneapolis is infamous for its cold winters, residents can stay warm with the Minneapolis Skyway, an indoor pedestrian walkway system that links many downtown buildings. The walkway spans 69 blocks and seven miles and is the longest continuous skyway system in the world. The coldest month of the year, January, has an average high temperature of 24 degrees, while the warmest month of July has an average high temperature of 83 degrees. Through all four seasons, there are plenty of activities to enjoy. Summer means boating and swimming on our multitude of lakes, and biking on abundant local trails – the same trails used by cross-country skiers in the winter. There are a half-dozen downhill ski areas within an hour drive. The metro area boasts nine state parks within its perimeter, along with over 150 golf courses — which cater to the highest number of golfers of any state.

Contact Email: Felicia.mead@childrensmn.org
Employer: Children's Minnesota
Location: Minneapolis, MN, USA
Position Type: Physician (MD, DO, Resident)
Employment Type: Permanent
Specialty: Radiology
Salary Range: