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Hi all-

 

I am relocating across the country in June and looking for a replacement! The opportunity is for Interventional Radiology in Chicago working with awesome attending radiologists in the city. I hate to leave and want to find a someone who will love the opportunity as much as I do.

 

The position is open now. Good mix of procedures and clinical work. M-F, no call.

 

Message me for more details.

 

Thanks!

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Now that I have a definite end date, my group has increased their efforts in finding a new PA soon. If anyone is interested in this opportunity, please message me.

 

Here is the official job description:

 

Sinai Health System is seeking a full time Physician Assistant in the Section of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. This position is at the main campus near downtown Chicago in a busy level I trauma center practicing all aspects of IR. Responsibilities include management of workflow in the inpatient procedure area and one day per week at a nearby outpatient clinic. NO WEEKENDS and NO CALLS. Experience/interest in procedures a plus but not required. Great opportunity for career development in a collegial environment working alongside four experienced IR physicians.

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