Job Summary The responsibilities include clinical service and teaching. The selected candidate will supervise and teach residents, fellows and medical students in musculoskeletal radiology and musculoskeletal trauma imaging. In addition to musculoskeletal imaging, responsibilities include interpreting plain film studies generated by the Emergency Department. Obligations will include clinical work primarily at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG).
Work hours vary between Monday-Friday, beginning at 8:00 am and typically extending to 5:00 pm, however the day may be longer depending upon case load.
The position requires MD degree (or equivalent), ability to practice medicine in California, expertise in musculoskeletal imaging, and board certification or eligibility in Diagnostic Radiology. UCSF Health and ZSFG medical privileges and malpractice coverage will be provided for clinical work at ZSFG.
The Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the University of California, San Francisco is seeking a staff radiologist with expertise in Musculoskeletal Imaging to begin clinical coverage on a part-time basis at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and UCSF Health sites.
Valid CA Medical License
Board eligible in diagnostic radiology
Expertise in abdominal imaging and ultrasound clinical practice
Minimum 3 years of prior experience in diagnostic radiology
Demonstrated excellent communication skills
Board Certification in diagnostic radiology *required for Diplomate title
Completion of 1 year of abdominal imaging/ultrasound fellowship
Prior experience working at a trauma center
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