Temple University, Office of Physician & Faculty Recruitment

Academic Breast Imager

Job Locations US-PA-Philadelphia | US-PA-Philadelphia
Posted Date 1 month ago(10/18/2022 3:12 PM)
Specialty Area

Summary of Position

The Department of Radiology at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University (LKSOM) and Temple Health’s Fox Chase Cancer Center (FCCC) seeks a dynamic, mission-driven radiologist for a faculty position in Breast Imaging.


This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing mammography division with services provided primarily at Fox Chase Cancer Center and other Temple Health affiliate sites. Our Breast imagers enjoy an exceptional quality of life, as this opportunity is full-time mammography only with no night call, weekend call, or non-mammography responsibilities. Leadership opportunities may be available for qualified applicants.


Our dynamic breast program comprises a collegial multidisciplinary team of breast specialists, including breast surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, and pathologists who provide state-of-the-art comprehensive care at Fox Chase Cancer Center, Temple University Hospital, and its affiliate sites. The Department of Radiology interprets over 27,000 breast imaging exams yearly, and we provide a full spectrum of breast imaging services, including digital mammography, digital breast tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, breast MR, ultrasound, and MR image-guided procedures, including needle localizations, RF localization and stereotactic, ultrasound, and MR-guided biopsies. Temple is equipped with the latest technology, including Hologic 3D Mammography technology, on all campuses, including upright Affirm biopsy equipment.


Teaching is an integral part of our program, and our faculty actively participate in resident education and interdepartmental breast tumor boards. Opportunities exist for engagement in research for interested applicants at Fox Chase Cancer Center, a top NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center in the country, and the Lewis KatzSchool of Medicine.


Candidates must be an M.D., D.O., or foreign equivalent with board certification or board eligibility in radiology. Fellowship training in breast imaging is preferred but not required. MQSA certification and expertise in digital mammography, digital breast tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, stereotactic biopsies, MRI-guided biopsies, ultrasound-guided biopsies, and needle localization procedures are required. The ability to obtain a medical license in the Commonwealth of PA before the start date is also required.


In addition to a competitive salary and comprehensive suite of benefits – including a generous 403b retirement match, health, dental, vision, life, malpractice, tuition remission, CME, and more!


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Interested candidates should apply online.


Please address your application to: Gary S. Cohen, MD Professor and Herbert M. Stauffer Chair, Radiologist-In-Chief Temple University Health System, Department of Radiology, C/O Michael Lester, Assistant Dean, Physician/Faculty Recruitment & Retention, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University, Email: michael.lester@tuhs.temple.edu


We are especially interested in qualified candidates from diverse backgrounds and under-represented groups. For more information about our commitment to diversity at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine, please visit OHEDI.


COVID-19 vaccinations are required for employment at Temple University unless granted a religious or medical exemption (see www.temple.edu/coronavirus).


The University is especially interested in qualified candidates who can contribute through their research, teaching, and/or service to the diversity and excellence of the academic community. Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities.




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