The Pathologist will be responsible for providing contemporary hematopathology services that integrate morphological examination with Flow Cytometry, Cytogenetics, FISH and Molecular genetics. In addition, the pathologist will be responsible for providing safe and efficient Pathology and laboratory services to NeoGenomics and will provide advice on pathology and laboratory matters and professional pathology and laboratory standards of practice. This is a staff level position within the Medical Department.
Performs diagnostic interpretation of biopsy and/or cytology material to include gross and microscopic evaluation, dictation and electronic release of reviewed cases.
Reads and interprets laboratory data.
Performs quality control and assurance procedures and participates in departmental professional quality control and quality assurance activities.
Participates in several functions involved in day-to-day operations, including case consultation sign out responsibilities with full time availability to interact with our clients for Pre-Analytical, Analytical, and Post-Analytical questions.
Provides expertise and assistance to technologists and technicians to resolve case issues.
Serves as Delegated Clinical Consultant when assigned by site Medical Director or Chief Medical Officer.
Works closely with clinical and administrative staff to insure the highest standards of TAT, quality, and customer service are maintained
Builds effective relationships with referring physicians and ensures excellent client follow-up.
Provides input in the decision- making process regarding utilization of state-of-the-art technologies, as well as innovative diagnostic or therapeutic testing in Hematopathology.
Assists in developing new testing services based on medical/scientific advances and patient/client needs.
Participate in presentations at national scientific meetings, and in preparing publications for submission to peer-reviewed journals.
Supports a culture of collaboration.
Other responsibilities as assigned by the Medical Director of Chief Medical Officer.
M.D. degree and board certification/eligibility in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and fellowship trained in Hematopathology are required
At least 5+ years of attending level experience in hematopathology strongly encouraged
Clinical experience in bone marrow, Flow Cytometric and Molecular diagnostic interpretation required. Experience or fellowship training in FISH and Molecular diagnostic studies is preferable.
Board certification in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, board certification/eligibility in Hematopathology and eligibility for state licensure is required.
Travel: Minimal (less than 10%)
Active or eligibility for unrestricted Medical License to practice in the state of FL; Other state medical licensures a plus.
Proven track record as a productive member of a multi-disciplinary team, including a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with peers in senior management
A proven record of obtaining required information related to identifying needs and potential solutions, analyzing or improvising the most appropriate solution, and determining and documenting the most appropriate course of action.
Proven experience using an automated laboratory information system (LIS) which features on-line transcription and reporting, and electronic signature.
Superior communication, collaboration, business and clinical judgment, emphasis on turnaround time, and organizational development skills are absolutely essential for success.
Ability to handle a large volume of work in a fast-moving, dynamic environment toward customer service are essential