IR training program vacant positions

IR residency and VIR fellowship vacant positions are listed below

Independent IR residency vacant positions

Program: University of South Florida, Tampa General Hospital 

Reason for opening: The University of South Florida, Tampa General Hospital independent IR residency received its ACGME accreditation after the deadline to participate in the 2020 Match cycle. We are currently participating in the IR Independent Match for 2021. Our GME office is allowing us to retro our new accreditation to accommodate the upcoming academic year outside of the Match.

USF is recruiting for an independent IR residency position to start July 1, 2020. The program will accept applications from both ESIR applicants and non-ESIR applicants. 

Education will take place at a single site, Tampa General Hospital, a tertiary referral hospital with over 1,000 beds and offers every surgical specialty, busy transplant service, and a Level I trauma center. The interventional radiology program covers all aspects of interventional radiology including interventional oncology, complex venous intervention, IVC filter retrieval, peripheral vascular intervention, women’s health interventions and TIPS/peritransplant intervention.  IR volume is high as we average more than 30 procedures daily not including non-tunneled central line or PICC access.

There are seven full time VIR attendings, IR residents, and three physician extenders (ARNP/PA). AAA/TEVAR and Endoleaks are performed with cooperation with IR and vascular surgery in a hybrid room in the OR. We run seven IR suites daily, five with Cone-Beam CT technology and two biplane rooms. Attendings are all part of a hybrid, private practice and academic group.

To get more information, please contact Tracy Colley at tcolley@usf.edu or 813-259-8515.

 

Program: University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has been newly accredited by the ACGME for the Independent Interventional Radiology pathway. They are recruiting for two positions for a July 2020 start. For more information and to apply, please visit their website: www.utsouthwestern.edu/ir-independent.

 

Program: SUNY Upstate Medical University Hospital, Syracuse, N.Y.

The Department of Radiology at SUNY Upstate Medical University Hospital in Syracuse, NY has recently been approved for two openings in the Independent Interventional Radiology Residency Program with a start date of July 1, 2020.

The Vascular Interventional Radiology Section at Upstate provides exposure to a complete range of both vascular and nonvascular interventional procedures. University Hospital is a tertiary care, Level I Trauma Center along with a Level I Children’s Trauma Center. The bed capacity is 735 beds with 272 acute care beds and 60 ICU beds. The Golisano Children’s portion within the hospital has 75 inpatient pediatric beds on six units. The hospital’s catchment area includes millions of people and encompasses one third of the footprint of New York State, extending from the St. Lawrence Seaway to northern Pennsylvania and from Rochester to Albany. Our Regional Cancer Center sees a broad spectrum of hematologic and oncologic disorders and provides a plentiful source of interesting and challenging interventional cases. Patient referrals also originate from our Joslin Diabetes Center, Orthopedic Oncology Division, Dialysis Centers (4), and assorted clinics including vascular and infectious disease. Teaching and scholarly activity are required elements of the fellowship with dedicated time.

Candidates should be board eligible or certified by the American Board of Radiology, should hold or be eligible for a permanent medical license in the State of New York, and must have evidence of current/valid work authorization. Upstate Medical University Hospital is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

Candidates must provide the following documents to Kathy Spottek (– the independent Interventional Radiology Residency Coordinators.

List of documents:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Evidence of pass results on the CORE exam
  • Dean’s letter. The Dean’s letter must document satisfactory academic and clinical performance, acceptable moral and ethical behavior and humanistic qualities
  • 3 letters of recommendation dated within the last 6 months
  • Medical school transcripts
  • USMLE transcripts (Steps I, II, IICS, III)
  • Personal statement
  • Photo
  • Visa Status, if applicable
  • ECFMG certificate, if applicable

Applications are currently being reviewed by the Program Director and qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.

Mailing address:
Department of Radiology
SUNY Upstate Medical University Hospital
Att: K Spottek
750 E. Adams Street
Syracuse, NY 13210

 

Program: University of Arizona, Tucson (ESIR or non-ESIR)

The Department of Medical Imaging at The University of Arizona, Tucson has one unexpected independent IR residency position vacancy that starts on July 1, 2020. Applicants can be ESIR-trained or non-ESIR.

View more information about the program and submit your application here

If you have any questions, contact:  Nilu Dorschner at ndorschner@radiology.arizona.edu

·       Evidence of pass results on the CORE exam

 

VIR Fellowship vacant positions

 There are no fellowship vacancies at this time.