General Radiology with Advantageous Schedule - Live in Nashville

Aug 12, 2021
Position Type
An employed Radiology group located near Nashville in western Kentucky, would like to bring on a general Radiologist!

  • Enjoy nighthawk and weekend coverage with every third week off
  • Advantageous schedule with a half-day shift every third week
  • Average 50 or 100 reads, depending on shift (No procedures required)
  • Diagnostic Radiology: X-Ray, MRI, CT, and Mammography
  • Up to $60,000 Sign-on
  • Benefits include $5,000 CME, 403b retirement and sick time

Home to Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green is a college town with a young atmosphere and great entertainment including university sports, cave hiking, local eateries offering a variety of cuisines, and eclectic museums. Education is also a top priority boasting one of the highest graduation rates in the US and possessing the #1 ranked elementary school and #2 ranked high school in the state. When you?re ready for a faster pace, Nashville is 60-minutes away and Louisville only 90-minutes.

For more details, contact:

Kyri Ioannou

Senior Consultant

(404) 942-2146

Job ID#: KI- 2107-89452

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