MUSCULOSKELETAL RADIOLOGIST FOR OLYMPIA, WA
Radia, the largest physician-owned radiology group in the country, is seeking a Board-certified/eligible musculoskeletal radiologist for our Olympia, WA practice. Radia covers more than 50 hospital and outpatient imaging locations in Washington, Idaho, and Alaska. The group model for MSK is one of subspecialty expertise coupled with the ability to read general radiology.
Eligible candidates will have completed a fellowship in multimodality musculoskeletal radiology. Ability to perform spine pain procedures and musculoskeletal ultrasound is preferred. Physicians will join a group of 4 local and 14 remote musculoskeletal radiology subspecialists. The individual will work closely with Olympia orthopedic, sports medicine, physiatry, and podiatry providers.
Radia’s musculoskeletal radiology section interprets images for 2 national professional sports teams, 1 minor league team, and 2 collegiate athletic programs and reads for more than 60 MRIs, including 11 3T magnets. Some Radia sites offer the latest in MRI technology including T2 mapping of cartilage, compressed sensing, and advanced metal suppression techniques. Dual energy gout CT is performed by our practice. Opportunities for practice building in areas of interest exist.
This is a shareholder-track position with full benefits. Initial vacation is up to 10 week/year. Call does not include nights as we have internal nighthawk coverage. Candidates are not expected to perform mammography.
Olympia is Washington’s capitol city. Although it has the feel of an eclectic Pacific Northwest small town, the South Puget Sound region has the amenities of a much bigger city, providing easy access to theater, opera, and excellent restaurants. Three national parks are within 2-3 hour drive. Seattle and Portland are an easy trek on the highway from Olympia so you can take full advantage of what those cities offer at a much more affordable cost of living. To learn more about South Puget Sound, visit http://olympiawa.gov/community/about-olympia.aspx.
Please send a CV and cover letter to Jobs@Radiax.com.
One of the most important decisions any physician makes is the practice they join. Radia PS is a 100% physician owned and managed practice, dedicated to the care of patients. We are seeking physicians to join Radia in our shareholder track. Physicians will be reviewed by the Board of Directors for shareholder recommendation to the shareholders 12- 24 months from joining, based on experience.
Initial shift compensation:
* First year guaranteed salary is $392,900
* First year salary with maximum incentive pay is $432,000
* Average shareholder compensation for this position is $500,000+
* Additional income is possible with additional shifts.
* Profit sharing, malpractice, health insurance, and generous CME.
A major difference between Radia and many practices is that we have consciously chosen to keep partner buy-in low as we want to retain good physicians.
We have proprietary workflow software and related technology so that we can read from most of the sites in the practice from one workstation.
Radia is one of the very few practices in the country with the scale, technology and ownership structure to implement current and future technologies, like machine learning, in a way that primarily benefits patients and radiologists, not outside investors.
To learn more about Radia Inc PS visit http://www.radiax.com.