Pathology Associate for Tampa, Florida
Pathology Anatomic and Clinical
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Brandon Regional Hospital, Brandon, FL
Brandon Regional Hospital is a 422 bed teaching facility featuring one of the state’s busiest ER services with more than 120,220 ER patients treated last year. The hospital recently completed a new 72-bed, 84,510 square foot addition which includes separate adult, pediatric and behavioral health ER programs to meet the needs of one of the largest suburb communities in Tampa Bay.
Other key services include a Women’s Center with Level III NICU; pediatrics and PICU; Heart and Vascular Center; Behavioral Health; Florida Bariatrics Centers; Neuroscience, Orthopedics and Spine centers. The hospital is an accredited Chest Pain Center with PCI; Advanced Primary Stroke Center; Bariatric Center of Excellence (ASMBS); accredited Echocardiography Lab (ICAEL), certified Afib Center (SCPC) and has earned several Joint Commission disease specific certifications.
Excellent schools, youth sports programs and quick interstate access to area attractions, sports teams, numerous private and state colleges, and Tampa International Airport, make Brandon a great Florida destination. For more information, visit www.BrandonHospital.com.
Job SummaryPathology Associate for Integrated Regional Laboratories Pathology Services in Tampa, Florida.
This is an 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.
Those with Hematopathology are of special interest.
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.
This metropolitan area includes Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Clearwater, all of which surround Tampa Bay. The area is varied and cosmopolitan with a pleasant climate and balanced local economy. A 1980’s building boom brought downtown Tampa skyscrapers, a major airport renovation, and the development of a cruise-ship terminal. While soft in the early part of the decade, the economy has gained traction recently as the benefits of a business-friendly climate have paid off. Among other new economy pursuits, the area has become a favorite as a secondary location for information processing for the financial industry.
There are plenty of amusement parks, museums, outdoor activities, and major-league professional sports, including baseball (Devil Rays), football (Buccaneers), and hockey (Lightning). Nearby beaches and especially those to the south near Bradenton are attractions for locals and tourists alike. Transportation and air service are excellent. Beachside areas in Clearwater and St. Petersburg are tastefully developed, with palm-tree lined boulevards and pockets of interesting restaurants and shops. These areas tend to be more geared to retirees, especially coastal Clearwater. More family-oriented suburbs and extensive commercial areas like Brandon and Valrico are located east of Tampa