Levittown/Philadelphia, PA - Veterinary Radiologist
November 13, 2014 - February 15, 2015
Position AvailableRadiology Specialist Veterinarian
The Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center (VSEC) is looking for a full-time staff Radiologist. VSEC has been existence since 1994 and operates two hospital locations about 30 minutes apart. Our main hospital location in Levittown Pennsylvania is a 21,000 SF State-of-the-Art facility. “VSEC Levittown” (top right) is equipped with an in-house laboratory, a linear accelerator, CT, MRI, I-131, dedicated Intensive Care Unit and has well-designed work spaces, operating rooms and endoscopy suites. Our second location, “VSEC Philadelphia” (bottom right) is 7000 SF and has two surgical suites, a procedure room for ultrasound and endoscopy, treatment room, ICU and wards. Both hospitals function on a 24/7/365 basis.
VSEC has specialists in surgery (5 surgeons and 5 residents), internal medicine (4 internists and 3 residents), critical care (6 criticalists and 2 emergency interns), medical oncology (2), radiation oncology (1) cardiology (1), diagnostic imaging (2), dermatology (2) , neurology and neurosurgery (1), ophthalmology (2), acupuncture (1) and emergency clinicians (7) supported by a large staff of veterinary technicians and other administrative support personnel. More information about our hospitals and specialty practice can be found at www.vsecvet.com.
The new staff Radiologist will join the current VSEC radiology team and share clinic responsibilities in both locations. The successful candidate is expected to be competent in all facets of diagnostic imaging including radiography, ultrasound, CT and MRI. The Radiologist will accept internal and external referrals for diagnostic ultrasound, share responsibility for the written interpretation of all diagnostic radiographs, CT and MRI examinations performed and provide technical education to clinicians and technicians in order to improve and/or maintain imaging quality throughout both hospital locations. Furthermore the Radiologist is expected to develop professional relationships with referring primary care veterinarians supported by continuing education lectures, newsletter articles and other presentations. Board certification is preferred however candidates with completion of a residency in radiology and who are board-eligible will be considered.
Interested candidates should contact:
Dr. Robert Orsher, DACVS
Owner, Co-Medical Director and Chief of Surgery
Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center
301 Veterans Highway
Levittown PA 19056
Office: 215-809-2666; Mobile 215-280-8822