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Careers at Southtowns Radiology
At Southtowns Radiology, our people set us apart. From radiologists to technologists to medical scheduling, we take great pride in hiring and retaining the best employees in each of their respective fields.
We are laser focused on offering our patients and referring providers an exceptional experience and each position in our practice is critical to this approach.
When you join Southtowns Radiology, you can expect to find a supportive team environment where growth and continued learning are fostered. You can expect that hard work and dedication will be rewarded with generous PTO, company supported health plans, practice-facilitated community activities, and room for advancement.
We are actively recruiting physicians who specialize in Diagnostic Radiology and Interventional radiology.
If you are a seasoned radiologist or are in a fellowship program seeking your first independent position in medical imaging and interested in speaking directly with our practice, please contact our Chief Operating Officer, Dan Strauch, at 716.649.9000 ext. 210 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information on physician recruitment.
Our outpatient offices in Hamburg and Orchard Park are currently hiring for:
Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer
At Southtowns Radiology, we reject all forms of unlawful discrimination because of a person’s sex, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, religion, military status, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital status, domestic violence victim status, arrest record, status as an ex-offender or predisposing genetic characteristics. Employment decisions are made without regard to unlawful considerations.
If you have any questions, get in touch. We’d love to talk.
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