Pathology Associate for West Coast of Florida
Pathology Anatomic and Clinical
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St. Petersburg General Hospital, Saint Petersburg, FL
St. Petersburg General Hospital is a Joint Commission accredited full-service 215-bed acute care facility, providing comprehensive emergency care including the area’s first seniors emergency service designed to meet the needs of the elderly, diagnostic, medical, surgical and women’s services, including obstetrics. The hospital is a Joint Commission Top Performer in Key Quality Measures for Heart Failure, Pneumonia and Surgical Care, Women’s Choice Award for Best Emergency Care for two consecutive years and a Top Workplace for four consecutive years.
St Petersburg General Hospital is accredited as a Breast Center with Digital Imaging and Computer Aided Detection, Certified in Atrial Fibrillation by the Society of Chest Pain Centers, Chest Pain Center and Certified Advanced Primary Stroke Center, Accredited Cancer Center by the Commission on Cancer by the American College of Surgeons and a GYN Robotic Surgery Epicenter. Here surgeons from across the country come to train on the latest GYN robotic techniques.
For more information visit our website at www.StPeteGeneral.com.
Job SummaryPathology Associate for Integrated Regional Laboratories Pathology Services - Gulf Coast of Florida
This is a Part Time opportunity for an associate pathologist, The Pathologist will have at least 3 years Hospital based experience.
A Florida license or have FCVS in place is a plus.
Requirements include Board Certification in AP/CP.
A Sub Specialty training/certification is also highly desirable.
This is an employed opportunity with HCA ( Hospital Corporation of America) with a full benefits package and great salary.
Please forward a copy of your formal CV to be considered for this position.
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