Locate an ACVR Radiologist or Radiation Oncologist in your area.
Located approximately 20 miles from Downtown Houston, Sugar Land Veterinary Specialists is recruiting a 2nd radiologist (or individual that has completed residency training) for our growing practice. The City of Sugar Land has received many national awards for growth, safety, schools and one of the best places to live, work and raise a family. Expect to find cultural diversity, an affordable cost of living and highly rated public schools...minutes from work. Houston, the big city, has all the sports teams and great facilities, a wonderful museum district, fantastic theatre district and much more. The gulf coast is only an hour’s drive away.
What does SLVS have for YOU? Our Diagnostic Imaging section supports this 24/7 state-of-the-art facility with sections in medical & radiation oncology, internal medicine, surgery, neurology and neurosurgery, and emergency and critical care. The diagnostic imaging section has a squad of trained technicians using digital x-ray, CT, MRI, US and a robust PACS. Duties include direction of technical staff, in-house consultation with our other specialists, US exams, radiographic special procedures, CT and MRI scans, I-131 hyperthyroid radiotherapy, diagnostic imaging outpatient consultation, and teleradiology.
SLVS was founded in 2007 by an ACVR colleague who understands the importance and effect of a well managed diagnostic imaging section. SLVS became part of Best Friends Veterinary Group in 2013 and is now poised for additional growth. Competitive compensation package includes 401K, production bonus, and all your other "standards" (medical, paid time off, CE, assoc. memberships, uniforms allowance). SLVS is a Team with a “To Be” list of Core Values. Learn more: www.slvetspecialists.com. Submit cover letter and CV to Dr. Charles Quick, Chief of Staff at SLVS and Chief Medical Officer for Best Friends Veterinary Group: firstname.lastname@example.org All inquiries are kept in strict confidence.
Dr. Quick will be attending the ACVR Annual Meeting, October 21-24, 2014 in St. Louis, MO.
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