Our residents work at 5 hospitals with over 50 subspecialty-trained radiologists. Faculty from non-radiology departments of the University of Tennessee and Methodist Healthcare contribute to our educational program by offering instruction in their particular disciplines.
Our program strives to bring together quality clinical training, a robust conference schedule, opportunities to participate in research, and participation in national radiology meetings.
While there are many changes taking place in the national environment of residency education, our guiding principles include providing excellent patient care, developing comprehensive radiology education, and maintaining a satisfying work environment.
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Brian Green, M.D.
Methodist Healthcare Department of Radiology
Available at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center/Methodist Healthcare in Memphis, TN.
The Department of Radiology of UTHSC School of Medicine in Memphis now seeks outstanding, amicable applicants for a fully funded non-ACGME accredited Women’s and Breast Imaging Fellowship position. The fellowship will include up to date aspects of Breast Imaging and Intervention including mammography, breast ultrasound performance and interpretation, breast MRI, stereotactic and ultrasound guided core breast biopsies, galactography, wire localizations and DEXA bone densitometry.
The fellow would also have the opportunity to perform breast sentinel node injections at our nearby Germantown Outpatient Radiology Center. We are equipped with five Hologic Selenia digital mammography units, five GE Logic 9 ultrasound units, and one Lorad stereotactic biopsy unit. We read approximately 42,000 mammograms and 9,600 breast ultrasounds yearly and perform over 1,800 procedures at the Methodist Breast Center yearly.
Involvement with interdepartmental conferences and the teaching of residents and medical students is expected. Research opportunities are also available. No in-house call will be assigned. The fellow would have the opportunity to attend one meeting during the fellowship year.
Our department is dedicated to excellence in patient care, education and scholarly activity.
Qualified candidates must be ABR qualified, ABR certified, or on the pathway to full-board certification. A medical license to practice in the state of Tennessee would be required.
UTHSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer for females, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
Please send all documents electronically to: Surekha Joshi, MD firstname.lastname@example.org. Please Reference UT Women’s & Breast Imaging Fellowship 17-18.
Please submit the following:
– Current CV with a recent passport sized photo
– Three letters of reference addressed to Dr. Surekha Joshi (1 from the program director of your diagnostic radiology residency program)
– USMLE Scores (Step 1,2,3)
– All candidates must have successfully completed an accredited residency in Diagnostic Radiology.
For more information and applications please click here.