LMI JOBS2022-01-03T11:49:13-05:00

Radiologist Openings

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS

Lake Medical Imaging has open positions starting immediately for Diagnostic Radiologists due to rapid growth in our practice. Our practice continues to grow with the tremendous population boom in the world’s largest retirement community “The Villages” Florida.

GENERAL RADIOLOGIST (PART TIME OR FULL TIME)

POSITION:

  • Lake Medical Imaging is seeking a full-time diagnostic radiologist to join our well-established practice.
  • This position requires 25% to 50% general mammography. Option for no call and no evenings/weekends if desired. This can be part time if desired.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Candidates from all fellowship backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
  • Applicants must be ABR/ABOR board certified/board eligible, fellowship-trained, and able to obtain a FL medical license.
  • The ideal candidate is patient-focused and adept at engaging with referring physicians.
  • Lake Medical Imaging is committed to providing the highest quality, value-oriented women’s imaging services, by offering the full spectrum of breast diagnostics and intervention.

The practice offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, and malpractice coverage.

To learn more about Lake Medical Imaging and this position please contact Josh Floyd at [email protected] or (352) 365-2583

BODY RADIOLOGIST (PART TIME OR FULL TIME)

POSITION:

  • Lake Medical Imaging is seeking a full-time diagnostic radiologist to join our well-established practice.
  • Prefer position requires 15% to 30% general mammography. Option for no call and no evenings/weekends if desired. This can be part time if desired with no mammography.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Candidates from all fellowship backgrounds are encouraged to apply, though fellowships in Body Imaging are preferred.
  • Applicants must be ABR/ABOR board certified/board eligible, fellowship-trained, and able to obtain a FL medical license.
  • The ideal candidate is patient-focused and adept at engaging with referring physicians.
  • Lake Medical Imaging is committed to providing the highest quality, value-oriented women’s imaging services, by offering the full spectrum of breast diagnostics and intervention.

The practice offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, and malpractice coverage.

To learn more about Lake Medical Imaging and this position please contact Josh Floyd at [email protected] or (352) 365-2583

BREAST IMAGER (PART TIME OR FULL TIME)

POSITION:

  • Lake Medical Imaging is seeking a full-time breast imager to join our well established practice.
  • This position can be up to 100% mammography with no call and no evenings/weekends if desired.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Candidates from all fellowship backgrounds are encouraged to apply, though fellowships in Breast Imaging are preferred.
  • Applicants must be ABR/ABOR board certified/board eligible, fellowship trained, and able to obtain a FL medical license.
  • The ideal candidate is patient-focused and adept at engaging with referring physicians.
  • Lake Medical Imaging is committed to providing the highest quality, value-oriented women’s imaging services, by offering the full spectrum of breast diagnostics and intervention.

The practice offers competitive compensation, excellent benefits, and malpractice coverage.

To learn more about Lake Medical Imaging and this position please contact Josh Floyd at [email protected] or (352) 365-2583

Four questions new radiology candidates should ask potential employers2022-01-03T11:14:47-05:00
  • What is the reason for this job opening?
  • Was there a predecessor for this position, and if so, what prompted the change?
  • What is the timeline to fill this spot?
  • What is something new hires in the past have been surprised to find out about at your practice?
    Guess how many times I get asked this by radiology applicants…never! You should put the spotlight on the employer and ask them to think hard about potential surprises.
Who handles the marketing, finance, compliance, HR in the group?2022-01-03T11:11:49-05:00

Sophistication of management is crucial. A group with the best location and most attractive initial offer may not be ideal long term if their business management is substandard.

Are the best jobs advertised online or word of mouth?2022-01-03T11:12:38-05:00

Depends but networking will always give you a leg up. Get involved with your state and regional radiology society, develop connections, maintain relationships and make yourself known!

Covid Pandemic2022-01-03T11:32:06-05:00

Not all practices are created equal. How many practices laid off radiologists or asked them to take a pay cut? How many simply stopped hiring? Answers to these questions reveal much about a practice’s finances and stability.

Salary vs total compensation2022-01-03T11:33:55-05:00

Rookie mistake to focus only on starting salary, and not on monetary value of ALL benefits. Some benefits outweigh marginally higher starting salary. Write down all the benefits and put an assigned value to them to compare offers equally.

Know what type of workload you will encounter2022-01-03T11:35:05-05:00

Don’t use a single variable (RVU) to characterize a multi-factorial data. RVU tells you nothing about how much time you’ll spend on difficult cases, consulting with referring doctors, tumor board, assisting technologists, and/or other non-clinical duties. Understand the whole picture.

Nine habits that will get you noticed2022-02-18T09:58:13-05:00
  1. Early career years are a time for growing and learning. In your first job, you have to earn the respect, trust and credibility of your team. Deliver tangible value by bringing results.
  2. If you make a commitment, see it through. You’ll be astonished how quickly you get ahead if you say you’re going to do something, and do it. Repeat.
  3. Identify the low hanging fruit: everyone knows it is there, but for whatever reason, it hasn’t been fixed. Solving it will create momentum.
  4. Figure out pain points for your colleagues and boss. Is it a particular type of study no one likes to read? Is it a referring doctor who is difficult to deal with? A challenging imaging protocol? Figure out what the company needs and what colleagues don’t like doing… and do it!
  5. Every situation is a function of incentives, personalities, constraints, resources. Personality is a big variable — make it more predictable by making friends and being likable. People go to bat for people they like. Being nice to others pays unplanned dividends.
  6. Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Develop your instincts, seek out opportunities to learn and grow. Ask genuine questions, listen attentively, be curious. No task is beneath you.
  7. Dissolve your ego. There is much to learn from technologists, administrative staff, colleagues. If you disagree with something, try to understand the reasoning first.
  8. Over communicate. That requires not making assumptions. Verbally or in written fashion, be clear about what you are thinking.
  9. Find your “thing”. Everyone in the group can read radiology studies. What is your +1? You are going to be the AI person? Marketing/sales guru? Government policy expert? Find out what you like and what you are good at, and get after it!
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