- Guaranteed salary $380,000 - $20,000 Sign-On Bonus - $100,000 educational loan repayment - $10,000 moving expense reimbursement - Board study and CME allowance - Health, dental and vision insurance - Malpractice insurance - Life and Long Term Disability insurance - Retirement plan - 5 weeks vacation; increases with tenure - Licensure and DEA renewal expense covered
Practice Profile: - Nine Clinical Pathology Laboratory Sites within the counties of Gallia, Jackson, Athens, and Meigs, OH as well as Mason County, West Virginia
- Medical directorship of laboratory sites is shared between Pathologists - CLIA and CAP or COLA accredited labs - Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Workload: - Surgical: 30-40 cases/day Specimens include: biopsies, excision, and resections, head and neck area, GI tract, GU tract, Skin, Lung Pathology, Bone Marrow, Lymph Nodes, Bone and Soft Tissue - Gynecological Cytology: 10-15 cases/day (Thin Prep) - Non-Gynecological Cytology: 5-8 cases/day - Full-time cytotechnologists employed to perform initial screening of cytology specimens
Overview of Position Responsibilities: - Interpreting Surgical and Cytology specimens daily - Grossing of Specimens (histologists perform grossing of small specimens) - Frozen Sections Procedures - Immunohistochemistry/Special Stains - Tumor Board/Cancer Center Committee participation - Medical Directorship for Site Location Labs - Involvement in/and performing CAP Inspections - Teaching Residents/Medical Students as needed
Preferences for the Position: Good working knowledge of anatomic pathology, cytopathology, and immunohistochemistry. Experienced in hematopathology and blood bank.
** We cannot accept J1 waivers.
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About Holzer Health System
Holzer Health System is a physician-led, fully integrated health system with over 170 employed providers in more than 30 Medical Specialties. The main hospital in Gallipolis contains 266 beds and the critical access hospital in Jackson contains 24 beds. Annually we have over 450,000 ambulatory patient visits throughout the system, which spans over six counties, five in Ohio and one in West Virginia.