The Department of Radiology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center is recruiting a pediatric radiologist to join our faculty of 36 subspecialty radiologists.
University Hospital of Brooklyn and Kings County Hospital Center are our two primary affiliates. They are tertiary referral centers with a catchment area in Central Brooklyn, offering primary care in Brooklyn, New York. We are the only academic pediatrics program in Brooklyn with modern emergency departments, NICUs, and shortly opening a state of the art PICU. We also have a level III regional perinatal NICU.
The Department of Radiology performs approximately 260,000 examinations annually. The two departments are equipped with six multi-detector CT scanners, one 3 Tesla and two 1.5 Tesla MRIs, digital fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine, and ten ultrasound machines.
The candidate should be CAQ certified or eligible in Pediatric Radiology. The position entails practice within all aspects of pediatric imaging (except neuroradiology) and opportunity for research. Salary will be commensurate with training and experience. Anticipated start date is early 2019.
Interested candidates, please contact Sherma Beckoe at 718 270-1603.
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CAQ in Pediatric Radiology
About SUNY Downstate Medical Center
SUNY Downstate is Brooklyn's only academic medical center. The medical school is said to produce the most department chairmen of any medical school. Downstate's history includes a Nobel Laureate, a rich history in pediatric radiology and the development of clinical MRI.