Academic Pathologist with Danbury Hospital
Western Connecticut Medical Group is seeking an Academic Pathologist for Danbury Hospital in Danbury, CT, about 70 miles northeast of New York City, and near the border of Westchester and Putnam Counties in New York State, to join our 16 Board certified pathologists with a broad range of expertise and extensive clinical experience. Pathologists work collaboratively and collegially as Medical Directors of WCHN Laboratories to provide over 3 million test results per year (inclusive of approximately 40,000 surgical pathology cases). Danbury Hospital proudly hosts one of only three pathology residency programs in the State of Connecticut. WCHN is a teaching affiliate of the University of Vermont which confers ranked academic appointments.
Established in 1885, Danbury Hospital is a not-for-profit community hospital providing Greater Danbury area resident’s convenient access to exceptional care. Danbury Hospital is part of Western Connecticut Health Network, which also includes New Milford and Norwalk Hospitals as well as over 70 outpatient practice locations. Danbury Hospital has 371 beds and is a Level II Trauma Center with approximately 70,000 ED visits per year. As a teaching hospital, we are associated with the University of Vermont College of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine, and St. George's University School of Medicine. Our Medical Group includes 400+ physicians and 140+ advanced practice providers, serving a geographically broad region throughout Western Connecticut and eastern New York.
Danbury, Connecticut, located in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains and on the border of New York State, is about 70 miles northeast of New York City and 60 miles west of Hartford, CT. As part of the greater NY metropolitan area, the city of Danbury enjoys both proximity to New York City culture and access to a wide array of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, fishing, and boating in state and regional parks and preserves. Home to Western Connecticut State University, Danbury has abundant local historical, cultural, educational, and recreational attractions. Surrounded by a number of quaint towns with scenic rolling hills, Danbury offers the convenience of contemporary urban life with the beauty of a country lifestyle. Boston, New York City, New Haven, and Hartford are easily accessible via train, car, or bus.
At Western Connecticut Medical Group, our priorities are to provide patients with personalized and attentive care, help patients manage chronic medical problems, and enable our patients to get and stay as healthy as possible. We have the ability to coordinate primary care and specialty care needs with the advanced diagnostic and treatment services available through our network of over 385 physicians and three member hospitals: Danbury Hospital, New Milford Hospital, and Norwalk Hospital.
Work for Us
Working for Western Connecticut Health Network (WCHN), comprised of Danbury Hospital; New Milford Hospital; Norwalk Hospital; Western Connecticut Medical Group; and Western Connecticut Home Care, you can make a meaningful difference in the lives of other people. Our Western Connecticut Health Network Department of Research and Innovation, focused on the field of molecular science and personalized medicine, ranks among our country’s leading research organizations. Our Network offers many opportunities to grow your own skills and expertise – we offer competitive pay.
General Anatomic and Clinical Pathology with additional focus on Gastrointestinal Pathology
- MD or DO and completion of AP/CP Residency training and strong commitment to resident and medical student education.
- Board Certification or Board Eligibility in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology.
- Connecticut State License.
- GI Pathology Fellowship training strongly preferred.
- Willingness to work a full-time day schedule with Call
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