AP/CP Board Certified Surgical Pathologist needed in Metro Northwest Ohio (1 hour to Detroit)!!

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Doctors Choice Placement


Midwest/Plains, OH


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AP/CP Board Certified Surgical Pathologist needed in Metro Northwest Ohio (1 hour to Detroit)!!

A leading independent pathology services and cancer diagnostics company is seeking an AP/CP Board Certified Surgical Pathologist to join our laboratory in Metro Northwest Ohio.

The position requires the ability to perform a broad-spectrum of pathology including complex surgical cases, frozen sections, bone marrows and fine-needle aspirates, gynecologic and non-gynecologic cytopathology and clinical laboratory duties.
The candidate must be willing to serve on hospital committees and be an active participant in interdisciplinary conferences.
The candidate should also have the ability to work independently, have excellent communication skills and the ability to effectively interact with clinicians, administrators and laboratory staff.
Applicants must hold an MD or DO degree, be board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and be eligible for unrestricted Ohio and Michigan licenses.
Fellowship training is preferred but not required. A minimum of three-five years of experience is preferred.

The positon includes a competitive salary, benefits package, CME and paid time off.

Some additional information about the practice:
12 pathologist group (10 AP/CP, 2 CP)
2017 Surgical volumes – approximately 50,000 cases, 75% outpatient/25% inpatient (Outpatient: clinics, surgery centers, local independent practices
Fair Mix of cases –
Heavier in breast/gyn – Company has a very active breast care center, have 2 active gyn oncologists, active cancer center
Tumor boards:
Gyn, Breast, GI, GU, Thoracic, Neuro
Do rotate and cover all hospitals – vacation coverage
Do not perform autopsies
Call – once every 2 months, but cover entire system
Hospital - It is an academic Hospital – pathologists have academic appointments, will have residents coming through