Radiology Residency Program Director Needed for New Program in Orlando!!!
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Osceola Regional Medical Center, Kissimmee, FL
Osceola Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited 321-bed hospital that builds on a proud tradition of healthcare excellence in Osceola County. The hospital features all private patient rooms and is recognized for its compassionate care, cutting edge technology, modern facilities and dedicated medical staff.
Certified by the Joint Commission as a Primary Stroke Center and accredited as a Chest Pain Center with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention by the Society of Chest Pain Centers are only a few of the recognitions and accomplishments Osceola Regional Medical Center has achieved. In addition, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Level 2 for premature and ill newborns is the only NICU offered to the little ones in Osceola County.
Osceola Regional Medical Center’s top program of innovation and expertise revolves around our Central Florida Cardiac and Vascular Institute, the premier open heart and vascular surgery program in Central Florida.
Providing the highest quality of care and commitment to our patients is proven by the wide variety of accessible services, highly trained healthcare professionals, well respected and skilled medical staff with the most advanced technology available today – all within one medical facility. Osceola Regional Medical Center is the preferred hospital in the community.
Job SummarySheridan Healthcare is seeking a dynamic, experienced physician to serve as Residency Program Director for our new ACGME Radiology Residency Training Program in Orlando, Florida. Position would include Residency Director responsibilities along with being a member of the Orlando Radiologist Physician team with sponsorship by the University of Central Florida.
The Radiology Residency Program Director will have the unique opportunity to lead the development of a new ACGME accredited radiology residency program at Osceola Regional Medical Center, a facility of HCA, the nation’s leading provider of healthcare services. The facility has already established residency programs in Emergency Medicine, OB/GYN and Internal Medicine. The Director will be responsible for the administration and operations of the program, including all activities related to recruitment, selection, instruction, supervision, advising, evaluation and advancement of residents and the maintenance of all records related to the program. The Radiology Residency Program Director ensures continuing accreditation of the program through application of ACGME Common and Specialty requirements.
Osceola Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited 321-bed hospital. The imaging center features a full range of outpatient imaging services including Digital X-Ray, Digital Mammogram and 3T MRI.
Highlights and responsibilities of this position include:
• Being a part of a high functioning, well respected radiology practice
• Radiologists who are always available for additional consultation
• NCQA certification for credentialing and conduct our own approved physician review process
• Participate in coverage schedule rotation, including days, evenings and weekends
• Managing the demands of a high volume facility
Qualification requirements include demonstrated clinical excellence, leadership, teaching, and research skills. Current board certification, fellowship training, radiology specialty experience, and a strong commitment to resident and student education is required. A minimum of 1 year current radiology academic teaching as core faculty, Associate Program Director or Sub-specialty Director is required. Three years of experience preferred. Must have evidence of scholarly activity within the past five years.
The Kissimmee area has pleasing family oriented residential communities with quick access to multiple theme parks and numerous cultural opportunities. Both the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico beaches are just a short drive away.
Please send CVs to Brian.Drawdy@hcahealthcare.com.