University of California, Davis - MSK Radiologist


University of California, Davis
Musculoskeletal Radiologist

Musculoskeletal Radiologist – University of California, Davis | Excellent Quality of Life | Very Light Call | Interesting and Complex Cases | Live and Work in Highly Desirable Sacramento, CA

Enjoy a dedicated MSK section, an excellent quality of life, great collaborative teams, flexible hours with very light call, some remote work, and a highly desirable California location. UC Davis is looking for a top-notch Musculoskeletal Radiologist to join their team as either a Health Sciences Clinical Professor (HSCP) or Professor of Clinical "X" (ClinX). As a faculty member in the ClinX series, you can teach, conduct research, and work with patients. If you opt for the HSCP series, your focus will be primarily on clinical work, but you'll still be involved in teaching, service, and scholarly and/or creative activities. To be considered, you must have an MD degree or equivalent, be board-certified in Diagnostic Radiology (or be eligible for certification), and possess expertise in all areas of musculoskeletal imaging, from MR and CT to US and image-guided procedures.

Opportunity Highlights

Community Highlights - Desirable Metro in Beautiful Northern California 

Sacramento, CA, offers a significantly lower cost of living than San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, and other parts of California. One of the state's most historic areas, California's capital city is filled with community events and activities and endless opportunities to experience adventure in the surrounding scenic nature. 

  • Sacramento's cost of living is 40% lower than San Francisco's 
  • Remarkable housing options include access to a paid-for concierge service Capitol Resource Network for house hunting (
  • Access to UC Davis Mortgage Origination Program once appointment is final (
  • Access to plenty of big-city amenities, including a vibrant downtown area, professional sports, and an international airport 
  • Enjoy convenient proximity to Lake Tahoe, wine country, beaches, and the San Francisco Bay Area 
  • US News ranks California #5 in Best States for Healthcare and #10 in Economy