Surgical Pathology/Cytology Pathologist

Western Massachusetts
Nov 04, 2020
Position Type
Baystate Health, Western Massachusetts’s premier healthcare provider and home to the University of Massachusetts Medical School – Baystate, is seeking a full time pathologist with fellowship training in Surgical Pathology/Gastrointestinal Pathology and Cytopathology to join our pathology group and Baystate’s extensive network in Western Massachusetts.

Position Highlights –
• WELL-ESTABLISHED PROGRAM. Experienced and diverse faculty including 21 subspecialty trained pathologists working in a hybrid academic medical center/community hospital based practice. All our board certified pathologists participate in a subspecialty practice model to pursue their professional interests both in diagnostic pathology and translational research. They are supported by state-of-the-art laboratories and resources to deliver the highest quality of clinical service. Work/Life Balance with opportunity to participate in a large reference laboratory services.
• PROFESSIONAL SATISFACTION. The faculty takes pride in its entrepreneurial and energetic spirit while delivering a full spectrum of anatomic and clinical pathology services under single leadership. A tremendous opportunity for pathologists to make major contributions to improve patient care.
• CLINICAL EXPECTATIONS. The individual will be expected to practice primarily surgical pathology and participate in a semi subspecialized service of GI, Head and Neck and Thoracic Pathology and participate in rotations on the cytology service. Infrequent night and weekend calls are required and while clinical pathology interests will be considered they are not required.
• FACULTY APPOINTMENT to University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate and opportunity to teach residents and fellows in Pathology, and other specialty programs and medical students rotating through pathology. Scholarly pursuits are encouraged and supported by strong research infrastructure.
• ROBUST BENEFITS PACKAGE - Competitive salary, generous paid time off, full medical benefits, CME reimbursement.

Qualifications: Fellowship training in Surgical Pathology/ GI Pathology and Cytopathology required; additional subspecialty training in Head and Neck Pathology are desired. We are seeking an individual with outstanding diagnostic and teaching skills and interest to pursue translational research is encouraged. Board Eligible or Board Certified by the American Board of Pathology. Our experienced pathologists can provide excellent mentorship to those early in their careers.

Baystate Health is western Massachusetts’s premier healthcare provider and home to the prestigious University of Massachusetts Medical School - Baystate. The cornerstone of our organization is Baystate Medical Center, a 716-bed tertiary care hospital which boasts the state’s single busiest emergency department and the region’s only Level-I trauma center. Baystate Health also includes 3 community hospitals, Baystate Children’s Hospital and nearly 100 outpatient clinics. We offer a diverse, deeply committed culture that provides outstanding opportunities for physicians to start and advance their careers.

The Pioneer Valley provides extensive access to urban, suburban and rural amenities and is home to five colleges with communities that offer fine dining, shopping, music, galleries, and parks. We are located within two hours of Boston and three hours of NYC and Bradley International Airport is 20 minutes away. When you live and work in the Pioneer Valley, you will enjoy picturesque four-season living, excellent schools and year-round social and cultural events. In fact, Massachusetts was once again ranked #1 in Education nationally by U.S. News and World Report.

All correspondence can be directed to:
Ashraf Khan, MD, FRCPath
Professor and Chair, Department of Pathology
University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate and Baystate Health
c/o Linda Stevenson, Provider Recruiter
Phone: 413-794-5859 Email: linda.stevenson@baystatehealth

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