Vanderbilt University Medical Center Radiology & Radiological Sciences
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Type: Full Time
Salary: $300,000 - $500,000
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
The Department of Radiology and Radiologic Sciences at Vanderbilt University Medical Center is seeking a full-time cardiothoracic radiologist for the clinician-educator or clinical practice academic tracks.
Join section comprised of 8 fellowship-trained faculty
State-of-the-art technology including 3-D & 4-D cardiac and coronary artery imaging
Services provided to university hospital and 5 outpatient centers, Level 1 trauma center, and tertiary referral center
Opportunity to develop and grow professional interests
Teach residents, fellows, and medical students
Participate in funded research projects & activities
Focus on well-being with a culture of collegiality, collaboration, & creativity
Academic rank and salary are commensurate with experience
Medical/Dental/Vision/Life/Disability/Malpractice insurance starting on day one
A 403.B program with approximately 5% salary match
Up to 22 days for professional development/conference attendance annually and 22 days of vacation
55% college tuition reimbursement option for self and up to 3 dependents
Yearly departmental incentive compensation
Professional development fund for CME and other expenses
Leadership development training, executive coaching, mentorship, and sponsorship.
Fellowship training in cardiothoracic imaging
Hold an MD or equivalent degree
Eligible for TN license
Participate in multidisciplinary conferences and teach trainees and medical students
About The Department of Radiology and Vanderbilt:
Vanderbilt Radiology mission: to design & apply technology that benefits patients, and to cultivate leaders
Vanderbilt Radiology vision: to design Radiology 2030, expand the identity of radiologists & influence of our field
Collaborative research opportunities with world renowned imaging scientists at Vanderbilt University Institute of Imaging Sciences, occupying 41,000 sq ft on campus and located next to the radiology department
Radiology program ranked 13th in the nation in NIH funding
Nationally recognized for Women in Radiology (WiR) program
Focused initiatives in art and wellbeing
National leader in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
National leader in addressing climate change and sustainability in radiology
Medical center is in the heart of Vanderbilt University campus & Nashville.
Nashville, TN, is a rapidly growing and vibrant city, rich in history, beautiful parks, exciting nightlife
International airport for ease of travel across the USA and beyond
Great private/public schools, universities, public transit, fantastic restaurants, no state income tax
About Vanderbilt University Medical Center Radiology & Radiological Sciences
The Vanderbilt Department of Radiology combines today’s leaders in radiological sciences, cutting edge research and the most advanced technology within an environment of innovation, curiosity, diversity and collaboration. We are focused on making imaging advancements for the betterment of our patients, our trainees and the future of radiological sciences.