Career Opportunities

At Charlotte Radiology, we offer an exciting, team-oriented environment where individuals are encouraged to excel. Charlotte Radiology is a dynamic group whose employees embody the goals, commitment, and determination it takes to make a successful company. We not only offer the career growth and responsibility an individual is seeking, but the compensation and benefits needed to make life just a little easier.

To Apply

Please view our open positions to the right. Clicking on the position will expand the selection to show more detail. If you would like for us to review your resume or CV for positions within the group that may be suitable given your career objectives, experience and skill set, please click the link within the job opening to apply

You may also send the information to us by mail or fax.

Mail:
Charlotte Radiology
Attn: HR
700 E. Morehead Street
Suite 300
Charlotte, NC 28202

Fax:
704-770-0501

Thank you for your interest in Charlotte Radiology. Discover with us how becoming a member of our team could lead to a very rewarding career.

Job Postings

Duties:

The Registered Nurse will provide coverage at the Southpark Vein Center. The shift would be Monday - Friday, and vary between the hours of 7:30AM - 4:30PM. No weekends or holidays. No call shifts.

Job Duties of Registered Nurse:

  • Work closely with the physicians, provide a high level of patient care during procedures, administer mild sedation, manage any reactions or patients in distress, and document patient clinical history.
  • Set up and mix medications specific to each patient’s procedure - to be administered during the procedure on a sterile tray, maintaining appropriate sterile technique throughout the set up and procedure.
  • Assess patients and perform independent patient procedures (under MD direction), to include but not limited to, RN sclerotherapy, decompressions, and Vein Gogh.
  • Maintain nursing stations and stock levels, as well as medication logs.
  • Explain the clinical details of procedures to patients and family members.
  • Triage patient phone calls and provide patients with appropriate follow up care instruction.
  • Various duties as they arise

Requirements:

Skill Set Required of Registered Nurse:

  • 3 years nursing experience
  • Radiology experience preferred
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong computer skills
  • Adaptable to new and various situations and procedures
  • Ability to interpret information and identify patient’s needs
  • Close attention to detail
  • CPR certified
  • Knowledge of Interventional Radiology/Vein procedures and terminology

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

•             Documentation of clinical history
•             Prepare patients for procedures
•             Operation of MRI equipment
•             Evaluation of images
•             Provide high level of patient care
•             Comply with organizational procedure and protocols
•             May occasionally cover at other sites
•             Various duties as they arise
 

Requirements:

•             1-2 years experience in MRI
•             Excellent communication skills
•             Close attention to detail
•             MRI certification
•             Excellent customer service skills
•             ARRT certified; CPR certified
 

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

This is a 26.5 hour per week, benefit eligible position.  The shifts for this position are Thursdays and Fridays, 6:45am-9pm.  Coverage on other days, including Saturdays, may occasionally be required.

• Examines orders and verifies the patient request for accuracy. Addresses any questionable orders with the Radiologist before performing the procedure(s). Operates Ultrasound equipment to make quality images of designated portions of the body under the direct order of a physician and in accordance with radiation safety procedures.
• Completes required paperwork/orders, email order request and authorization in a timely and accurate manner. Accurately records patient medical history on designated history form. Correlates test results and other lab data with exam being performed.
• Performs basic patient care functions and informs appropriate nursing staff if needed
• Operates radiology computer system
• Monitor supplies/stock room/equipment.  Proactively initiates ordering or repairs, as needed.
• Communicate with PACS/IT for imaging distribution if necessary
• Effectively communicates with Radiologist for protocols, as needed
• Various duties as they arise

Requirements:

• 1-3 years’ experience in Ultrasound
• Must be able to perform procedures in accordance with the CR departmental protocols and standards
• Must be up to date with local and federal regulations that apply to their licensure and role
• Must be able to review the patient history for any pertinent information
• Must be able to communicate with the Radiologist or referring MD if a protocol needs to be obtained or a test needs to be altered
• Must be able to report malfunctioning equipment to the Ultrasound engineer
• Must have positive communication skills
• Ability to adapt to new and various situations and procedures according to patient capability
• Must be able to differentiate artifacts from anatomical or pathological structures and recognize any imaging abnormalities
• Must be able to stand/walk for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift 50-75 lbs.
• US certification
• ARDMS certified or Board eligible requried; RVT and CPR certified

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

The shifts for this position will flex to include early morning and evening hours Monday through Friday. Occasional Saturday coverage may also be required.

Performs patient scheduling and contacts insurance companies to obtain authorizations as well as benefit and eligibility information for all radiology procedures
• Register all scheduled CIS/CR patients
• Inform patients and referring offices of arrival times and special prep instructions for all imaging exams
• Communicates with outpatient office staff by providing updates on scheduling and order request issues as well as any financial obligations of patients to ensure that proper payment amounts are collected at the time of service
• Maintain all imaging scheduling records and be able to verify HIPPA information for all patients
• Update and maintain financial spreadsheets for all CIS locations.
• Responsible for informing patients of their estimated financial responsibility prior to time of arrival as well as monitor and check all patients for bad debt.
• Various duties as they arise

Requirements:

• Medical office or call center experience preferred
• Knowledge of medical terminology and medical billing/collection practices
• Ability to read, understand and comprehend the CPT and ICD.9, ICD.10 manuals.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Strong internal and external customer service skills
• Ability to multi-task and work independently without direct supervision
• Ability to demonstrate strength in problem solving
• Ability to handle confidential information
• Excellent organizational and administrative abilities

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

• Documentation of clinical history
• Evaluation and scanning using ultrasound technology to evaluate patient’s venous system pre and post procedure
• Explaining clinical details of scan and procedures to patients
• Work alongside MD during vein procedures
• Prepare patients for procedures
• Operation of imaging equipment
• Patient chart preparation
• Provide high level of patient care
• Comply with organizational procedure and protocols
• Various duties as they arise
 

Requirements:

  • 1-2 years experience in Venous and/or Arterial
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Close attention to detail
  • US certification
  • Vascular certification
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • ARDMS certified; CPR certified

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

This is a full time, 40 hour per week position. The shifts will fluctuate and some Saturday coverage will be required.


Job Duties of MRI Technologist:

• Shifts would be of varying durations of between 8-14 hours in a variety of potential mobile and fixed magnet locations, some of which will require extensive travel upwards of 2 hours driving each way. These locations may be CIS centers or customer mobile MRI accounts.
• Mobile Technologists will perform all duties on a Mobile MRI unit and must adhere to all the safety processes specific to the mobile unit in addition to all other standards of care.
• Operate patient lifts and have an understanding of the onboard support system functions as well as basic troubleshooting techniques.
• Understand how the mobile systems inter-connect and who to contact for problems or issues with these sub-systems.
• Examine orders and verify the patient request for accuracy. Addresses any questionable orders with the Radiologist before performing the procedure(s). Operates MRI equipment to make quality images of designated portions of the body under the direct order of a physician and in accordance with MRI safety procedures.
• Completes required paperwork/orders, email order request and authorization in a timely and accurate manner. Accurately records patient medical history on designated history form. Correlates test results and other lab data with exam being performed
• Perform intravenous injections of GBCA when required.
• Monitor supplies/stock room/equipment.  Proactively initiates ordering or repairs, as needed. Maintain a clean and orderly work environment
• Maintain all necessary QA documentation.
• Effectively communicates with Radiologist for protocols, as needed.
• Effectively communicates with PACS/IT for imaging distribution, as necessary.
• Operates x-ray equipment to make quality images of designated portions of the body under the direct order of a physician and in accordance with radiation safety procedures
• Provide visual inspection of the mobile coach throughout the day and prior to leaving
• Various duties as they arise
 

Requirements:

Skill Set Required of MRI Technologist:

• 1 year experience in MRI
• Must be able to perform procedures in accordance to the CR departmental protocols and standards. Operates MRI scanners, IV contrast injectors, O2 tanks.
• Computer literate and knowledgeable of CR programs.
• Must be up to date with local and federal regulations that apply to their licensure and role.
• Must be able to review the patient history and identify any allergies that could interfere with the patient’s test.
• Must be able to communicate with the Radiologist or referring MD if a protocol needs to be obtained or a test needs to be altered.
• Must be able to report malfunctioning equipment to the Radiology engineer.
• Must be able to stand/walk for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift the appropriate weight determined by CR (50-75 lbs.)
• Must have positive communication skills
• Performs basic patient care functions and informs the Radiologist or nurse of any change in the patient’s condition if needed
• Must be competent to perform IVs
• Excellent customer service skills
• MRI certification
• ARRT certified; CPR certified
 

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:


• Patient registraion and reception for Spanish speaking patients which includes but is not limited to: insurance verification,  reminder calls, data entry of patient demographics,  and collection of payments.
• Interpret for all clinical exams and procedures for Spanish speaking patients at outpatient facilities.  Answer patient questions and concerns.
• Provide routine front desk coverage as needed.  Answer, screen, and forward incoming calls.  Schedule, reschedule, and cancel appointments as needed.
• Various duties as they arise
 

Requirements:

• Knowledge of medical terminology
• Computer literate
• Ability to read and interpret medical reports
• Familiarity with Mammography setting
• Ability to work independently
• Excellent communication skills, both internal and external
• Excellent time management and organizational skills
• Professional demeanor
• Excellent customer service skills
• Must be bilingual in Spanish and English

Education and Certification Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • CPR Certification
  • Medical Interpreting Certification required within 6 months of hire

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

• Obtains patient clinical history and gathers previous images to ensure patient is scheduled for the correct exam
• Tracks and logs patient jackets in and out.  Assists with locating and retrieving outside prior studies, as needed.
• Presents patient with discharge instructions depending on procedure that was performed, answers post procedure questions, cleans room and equipment after patient is completed
• Operates equipment to obtain high quality images on screening patients while providing a high level of patient care.  Reviews images to evaluate for Quality Assurance (QA) before submitting them for Radiologist evaluation and reading.  Performs additional imaging as needed to complete exams.
• Examines orders and verifies the patient request for accuracy.  Addresses any questionable orders with the Radiologist or Site Manager before performing the exam.  Documents the patient's clinical history.
• Escorts patients to their exam room and provides exam instructions
• Maintains mammography room and stock levels, as needed
• Maintains radiation-protected environement for themselves and the patient.
• Various duties as they arise


 

Requirements:

• 1-3 years’ experience in Mammography preferred
• Excellent communication skills
• Excellent customer service, both internal and external
• Ability to read and interpret medical reports, extract pertinent information from them and present that information in a concise and appropriate manner
• Knowledge of radiographic technique and positioning
• Anatomic knowledge of breast tissue pattern and related structures as well as breast pathology and treatment of breast pathology
• Flexibility concerning work hours – hours may change with referral demand
• Diagnostic experience a plus but not required
• ARRT certified; CPR certified

 

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

• Schedule screening and diagnostic mammography and DEXA appointments at all Charlotte Radiology Breast Centers. Provides information to the patient about their anniversary dates and makes proper recommendations for return. Follow established guidelines to determine the type of mammogram a patient should be scheduled for.
• Work closely with the authorization department to ensure efficiency when patient questions arise about co payments and  insurance coverage.
• Maintain effective communication with Special Accounts to ensure their patients are scheduled in a timely manner.
• Carefully inputs patient registration information into the computer system, including demographic and insurance information, in order to maintain effective record and database information.
• Contact patients who missed appointments to reschedule their appointments.
• Various duties within scheduling office as they arise
 

Requirements:

• Excellent communication and customer service skills
• Ability to multi-task and shift priorities
• Ability to work independently
• Effective organizational and interpersonal Skills
• Knowledge of Charlotte Radiology procedures
• Knowledge of medical terminology
• Strong computer skills

Education Requirement: High School Diploma or equivalent
 

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

Charlotte Radiology, one of the nation's largest, private, sub-specialty based radiology practices, and the largest of its kind in the Southeast, is seeking a full-time partnership track pediatric radiologist to join four other pediatric radiologists. Our imaging services cover the pediatric community of metro Charlotte and the surrounding areas of the footprint of Carolinas Healthcare System.  We are based at the Carolinas Medical Center-Levine Children's Hospital, a 240 bed quaternary care facility with a strong and established pediatric residency training program and pediatric subspecialty base in all areas. We also cover the Jeff Gordan Children’s Hospital at Carolinas Medical Center, Northeast, a 53-bed tertiary care facility, with an on-site presence at the latter, one day a week.

Job Description:
• We cover all diagnostic modalities of pediatric body imaging, including DR, CT, MRI, Fluoroscopy, and Ultrasound. 
• We engage in several teaching venues, including hosting pediatric residents, 4th year UNC medical students, and Peds EM fellows for elective rotations; performing daily inpatient radiology rounds with the clinical teams; and participation  in several multidisciplinary conferences.
• Light interventional work includes US and fluoro guided cases.   An interest or expertise in this area would be an asset, as we consider this an area of potential growth.
• Neuro, MSK, CT and MRI are all covered separately.
• While we do not currently cover nuclear medicine, we would welcome a candidate with an interest or expertise in pediatric nuclear medicine and PET-CT to foster growth of this service line.  
• 2 of our section members run our robust pediatric advanced cardiac imaging program for Sanger Heart and Vascular Institute, in which a candidate may choose to participate, but it is not a requirement.
• Currently adult general body radiology diagnostic and light interventional skills encompass 25-50% of our responsibilities, including evening and weekend duty; however, we anticipate that our team of five will have a dedicated pediatric call and evening/weekend rotation in the coming year. In under four years, we have grown from a section of 2 in 2011 to our current size, and we are poised for continued significant growth regionally in the next two years.  
• We have dedicated in-house ERAD and NRAD teams to cover overnights, and our children's hospitals enjoy overnight pediatric subspecialty teleradiology reads through Strategic Radiology.
 

Practice Highlights:

• 98% of outpatients surveyed would recommend our centers and services
• Over 1.5 million studies read annually
• Founding member of Strategic Radiology
• Dedicated team of support staff , including an in-house credentialing department

Living In Charlotte:
 
• This international gateway to the south is a metro area of over 2 million people.
• Charlotte offers expansive cultural and artistic venues, a vibrant nightlife, excellent shopping, elegant dining, and myriad entertainment and businesses venues, all while offering cost of living that is below the national average. 
• Charlotte is ranked #14 by U.S News and World Report for Best Places to Live in America for 2017.
• A host of unique neighborhoods and suburbs cater to all walks of life.  From family-friendly to urban excitement, Charlotte has something for everyone.
• Charlotte is an educational hub that is home to over a dozen colleges and universities, both in and around the city. The Charlotte Mecklenburg public school system is the second largest in North Carolina and 17th largest in the country.  Charlotte also offers a myriad of excellent charter and private school options, such that parents have the freedom to make the best school choice for their child.
• Throughout the year, Charlotte offers a vast array of activities including cultural festivals, concerts, symphony, ballet, theatre, and home games for our 3 major league sports teams.
• Its excellent geographic location in the NC foothills means our residents are a short drive away from two large lakes, the beautiful beaches of the Atlantic, and the breathtaking Appalachian Mountains.
• As a national hub for American Airlines, we have the 14th largest airport in the nation. 60% of the country is only a 2-hour plane ride away, and nonstop flights provide service some to some of the best destinations in the Caribbean and Europe

 

 

 

Requirements:

Position Requirements:
• Highly motivated team player
• ABR certified
• Pediatric Radiology CAQ eligible/certified
• Fellowship trained in Pediatric Radiology
 

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

Position Description:
Charlotte Radiology, a large (95+ physician) private subspecialty based radiological practice, is seeking an ABR certified or eligible fellowship trained breast imager to join its 17-member mammography section. This position is a full-time, partnership track position. The candidate should be experienced with, or in training to learn, breast imaging, stereotactic and ultrasound biopsy, needle localization and breast MRI. 


Practice Highlights:
Charlotte Radiology, PA is comprised of 98 Board Certified radiologists and 24 physician assistants, serving as the area’s imaging experts since 1967. Over the last 50 years, we have become one of the largest and most progressive radiology groups in the nation.  In addition to offering 24/7 coverage for 14 hospitals, we also own and operate 13 breast centers, 3 mobile mammography units, 3 vein centers, a cosmetic center and several vascular and interventional clinics.  We also jointly own and read for 5 Carolinas Imaging Services locations. Our physician team is active in research and clinical trials and has authored many scientific papers and presentations in multiple sub-specialties of radiology. 
• Largest private radiology practice in the southeast
• 98% of outpatients surveyed would recommend our centers and services
• Over 1.5 million studies read annually
• Founding member of Strategic Radiology
• Dedicated team of support staff to include an in-house credentialing department

 
 Living in Charlotte:
• Charlotte offers expansive culture, nightlife, parks, shopping, dining, entertainment, sports, and businesses, all while offering a lower cost of living than the national average. 
• There are a host of unique neighborhoods and suburbs to cater to all walks of life – from historical to family-friendly to urban excitement, there is something for everyone in Charlotte.
• This international gateway to the south is a metro area of over 2 million people.
• Throughout the year there are a vast array of activities offered, including: cultural festivals, concerts, symphony, theatre, and 3 major league sports team home-games.
• Its excellent geographic location in the NC foothills is also just a short drive to two large lakes, the beautiful beaches of the Atlantic, and breathtaking views of the Appalachian Mountains.
• It boasts the 14th largest airport in the nation and is the national hub of US Airways. 60% of the country is only a 2-hour plane ride away!
• Charlotte is an educational hub and is home to over a dozen colleges and universities in and around the city. The Charlotte Mecklenburg public school system is the second largest in North Carolina and 17th largest in the country.  Charlotte also offers many charter and private schools, providing its residents with a variety of education options.
 

Requirements:

Position Requirements:

• ABR certified or eligible
• CAQ eligible/certified
• Fellowship trained in Breast Imaging
• Highly motivated team player

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

Position Description:
Charlotte Radiology, a large, well-established physician-owned and operated multi-specialty private practice, is seeking an ABR board-eligible, general radiologist to join our team of Night Radiologists.  The practice includes Carolinas Medical Center (an 874-bed tertiary care and teaching hospital of the University of North Carolina), the 234-bed Levine Children's Hospital, the Levine Cancer Institute, a 157-bed rehabilitation hospital, 5 satellite hospitals, and multiple outpatient imaging centers. Interested candidates should be proficient in all general radiological procedures. The selected candidate will be required to perform minor interventional procedures. The work schedule for this position involves a three week rotation, working 7 straight days followed by two weeks off.

Practice Highlights:
Charlotte Radiology, PA is comprised of 98 Board Certified radiologists and 24 physician assistants, serving as the area’s imaging experts since 1967. Over the last 50 years, we have become one of the largest and most progressive radiology groups in the nation.  In addition to offering 24/7 coverage for 14 hospitals, we also own and operate 13 breast centers, 3 mobile mammography units, 3 vein centers, a cosmetic center and several vascular and interventional clinics.  We also jointly own and read for 5 Carolinas Imaging Services locations. Our physician team is active in research and clinical trials and has authored many scientific papers and presentations in multiple sub-specialties of radiology. 
• Largest private radiology practice in the southeast
• 98% of outpatients surveyed would recommend our centers and services
• Over 1.5 million studies read annually
• Founding member of Strategic Radiology
• Dedicated team of support staff to include an in-house credentialing department


Living In Charlotte:
 
 
• Charlotte offers expansive culture, nightlife, parks, shopping, dining, entertainment, sports, and businesses, all while offering a lower cost of living than the national average. 
• Charlotte is ranked #14 by U.S News and World Report for Best Places to Live in America for 2017.
• There are a host of unique neighborhoods and suburbs to cater to all walks of life – from historical to family-friendly to urban excitement, there is something for everyone in Charlotte.
• This international gateway to the south is a metro area of over 2 million people.
• Throughout the year there are a vast array of activities offered, including: cultural festivals, concerts, symphony, theatre, and 3 major league sports team home-games.
• Its excellent geographic location in the NC foothills is also just a short drive to two large lakes, the beautiful beaches of the Atlantic, and breathtaking views of the Appalachian Mountains.
• It boasts the 14th largest airport in the nation and is the national hub of US Airways. 60% of the country is only a 2-hour plane ride away!
• Charlotte is an educational hub and is home to over a dozen colleges and universities in and around the city. The Charlotte Mecklenburg public school system is the second largest in North Carolina and 17th largest in the country.  Charlotte also offers many charter and private schools, providing its residents with a variety of education options.

Requirements:

Position Requirements:

• ABR certified or eligible
• Fellowship trained in ER preferred but not required
• Highly motivated team player

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

Position Description:
Charlotte Radiology, a large, well-established physician-owned and operated multi-specialty private practice, is seeking an ABR board-eligible, fellowship-trained Neuroradiologist to join our team of Night Radiologists.  The practice includes Carolinas Medical Center (an 874-bed tertiary care and teaching hospital of the University of North Carolina), the 234-bed Levine Children's Hospital, the Levine Cancer Institute, a 157-bed rehabilitation hospital, 5 satellite hospitals, and multiple outpatient imaging centers. Interested candidates should be proficient in all general radiological procedures. The selected candidate will be required to perform minor interventional procedures. The work schedule for this position involves a three week rotation, working 7 straight days followed by two weeks off.

Practice Highlights:
Charlotte Radiology, PA is comprised of 98 Board Certified radiologists and 24 physician assistants, serving as the area’s imaging experts since 1967. Over the last 50 years, we have become one of the largest and most progressive radiology groups in the nation.  In addition to offering 24/7 coverage for 14 hospitals, we also own and operate 13 breast centers, 3 mobile mammography units, 3 vein centers, a cosmetic center and several vascular and interventional clinics.  We also jointly own and read for 5 Carolinas Imaging Services locations. Our physician team is active in research and clinical trials and has authored many scientific papers and presentations in multiple sub-specialties of radiology. 
• Largest private radiology practice in the southeast
• 98% of outpatients surveyed would recommend our centers and services
• Over 1.5 million studies read annually
• Founding member of Strategic Radiology
• Dedicated team of support staff to include an in-house credentialing department


Living In Charlotte:
 
 
• Charlotte offers expansive culture, nightlife, parks, shopping, dining, entertainment, sports, and businesses, all while offering a lower cost of living than the national average. 
• Charlotte is ranked #14 by U.S News and World Report for Best Places to Live in America for 2017.
• There are a host of unique neighborhoods and suburbs to cater to all walks of life – from historical to family-friendly to urban excitement, there is something for everyone in Charlotte.
• This international gateway to the south is a metro area of over 2 million people.
• Throughout the year there are a vast array of activities offered, including: cultural festivals, concerts, symphony, theatre, and 3 major league sports team home-games.
• Its excellent geographic location in the NC foothills is also just a short drive to two large lakes, the beautiful beaches of the Atlantic, and breathtaking views of the Appalachian Mountains.
• It boasts the 14th largest airport in the nation and is the national hub of US Airways. 60% of the country is only a 2-hour plane ride away!
• Charlotte is an educational hub and is home to over a dozen colleges and universities in and around the city. The Charlotte Mecklenburg public school system is the second largest in North Carolina and 17th largest in the country.  Charlotte also offers many charter and private schools, providing its residents with a variety of education options.

Requirements:

Position Requirements:

• ABR certified or eligible
• Fellowship trained in Neuro Radiology
• Highly motivated team player

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

One of the nation’s largest private sub-specialty radiology practices, Charlotte Radiology, is actively seeking an additional radiologist to join their group in Laurinburg, NC.   Charlotte Radiology provides onsite radiology services to Scotland Memorial Hospital, which provides health care services, including a robust emergency department, throughout their large service area within Scotland County.  As most conventional radiology services are supported within this practice, a desire for a well-rounded radiology practice is significant in order to achieve and maintain a long-standing and exciting career here in Laurinburg.  A competitive salary and full benefits package is offered. 


Having served the Charlotte area and surrounding counties since 1967, Charlotte Radiology is one of the largest and most progressive radiology groups in the nation. In addition to offering 24/7 coverage for more than 16 hospitals, the group also owns and operates 14 breast centers, 4 mobile breast centers, 2 vascular and interventional clinics, an MRI center and jointly owns and reads for Carolinas Imaging Services. All together the group consists of more than 95 radiologists with diverse and specialty training in everything from Mammography to Musculoskeletal and Pediatrics to Interventional Radiology.
The lifestyle in Laurinburg is relaxed and laid back, but never boring - not with year-round outdoor recreation, a vibrant arts scene, progressive community services and close proximity to beaches, the mountains, big city attractions, and college and professional sports.  The community is steadily growing as new schools and expanding industries are prevalent.  Just 30 minutes away, Pinehurst, NC offers world class golf as well as another living option offering affordable housing, great restaurants, wonderful schools and a small town cosmopolitan charm.


Laurinburg is located on US Highway 74, a major east-west four-lane highway, US Highway 401, a major north-south four-lane highway, and minutes away from Interstate 95 which runs from Maine to Florida. Also located just 43 miles from Fayetteville and Fort Bragg, Laurinburg is conveniently located for residential or business purposes for the impending growth of Fort Bragg.

 

 

Requirements:

Position Requirements:

• ABR certified or eligible
• CAQ eligible/certified
• Fellowship trained
• Highly motivated team player

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

• Obtains patient clinical history and gathers previous images to ensure patient is scheduled for the correct exam
• Tracks and logs patient jackets in and out.  Assists with locating and retrieving outside prior studies, as needed.
• Presents patient with discharge instructions depending on procedure that was performed, answers post procedure questions, cleans room and equipment after patient is completed
• Operates equipment to obtain high quality images on screening patients while providing a high level of patient care.  Reviews images to evaluate for Quality Assurance (QA) before submitting them for Radiologist evaluation and reading.  Performs additional imaging as needed to complete exams.
• Examines orders and verifies the patient request for accuracy.  Addresses any questionable orders with the Radiologist or Site Manager before performing the exam.  Documents the patient's clinical history.
• Escorts patients to their exam room and provides exam instructions
• Maintains mammography room and stock levels, as needed
• Maintains radiation-protected environement for themselves and the patient.
• Various duties as they arise
 

Requirements:

• 1-3 years’ experience in Mammography preferred
• Excellent communication skills
• Excellent customer service, both internal and external
• Ability to read and interpret medical reports, extract pertinent information from them and present that information in a concise and appropriate manner
• Knowledge of radiographic technique and positioning
• Anatomic knowledge of breast tissue pattern and related structures as well as breast pathology and treatment of breast pathology
• Flexibility concerning work hours – hours may change with referral demand
• Diagnostic experience a plus but not required
• ARRT certified; CPR certified
 

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

• Examines orders and verifies the patient request for accuracy. Addresses any questionable orders with the Radiologist before performing the procedure(s). Operates Computerized Tomography and injector equipment to make quality images of designated portions of the body under the direct order of a physician and in accordance with radiation safety procedures.
• Operates x-ray equipment to make quality images of designated portions of the body under the direct order of a physician and in accordance with radiation safety procedures.
• Completes required paperwork/orders, email order request and authorization in a timely and accurate manner. Accurately records patient medical history on designated history form. Correlates test results and other lab data with exam being performed.
• Performs IVs, give patients oral contrast, completes lab work, if needed
• Monitor supplies/stock room/equipment.  Proactively initiates ordering or repairs, as needed.
• Effectively communicates with Radiologist for protocols, as needed.
• Effectively communicates with PACS/IT for imaging distribution, as necessary
• Various duties as they arise
 

Requirements:

• Must have a HS diploma/GED and be a graduate of an accredited school of radiology technology (Associate’s Degree preferred), current AART certification, and 2 years of relevant experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Must be able to perform procedures in accordance with the CR departmental protocols and standards
• Must be up to date with local and federal regulations that apply to their licensure and role
• Must be able to review the patient history and identify any allergies that could interfere with the patient’s test
• Must be able to communicate with the Radiologist or referring MD if a protocol needs to be obtained or a test needs to be altered
• Must be able to report malfunctioning equipment to the Radiology engineer
• Must have positive communication skills
• Must be able to stand/walk for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift 50-75 lbs.
• Must be competent to start IVs
• ARRT certified; CPR certified

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

• Examine orders and verify requests of ordering providers and patients.
• Review medical records to ensure that they are accurate, clinically pertinent, complete and readily available for continuing patient care and medical research.  Process incoming requests from patients and outside facilities for medical records.
• Respond to emails and phone messages from providers and patients.
• Communicate with site leaders, providers, patients, and technologists on varying scheduling issues.
• Follow the standards and policies for the medical record and the medical record services of the health care facility.
• Fax and mail reports.  Determine the format of the medical record at the patient’s request.
• Have the foundational level of understanding to troubleshoot complex issues and escalate them to the proper person for resolution.
• Maintain all imaging scheduling records and be able to verify HIPPA information for all patients.
• Assist with other areas of Pre-Services, such as EPIC, order request, scheduling, authorization, and pricing.
• Various duties as they arise

Requirements:

• 1-3 years of patient registration, scheduling or insurance experience required
• Knowledge of medical terminology and medical billing/collection practices
• Ability to read, understand and comprehend the CPT and ICD.9, ICD.10 manuals
• Knowledge of basic medical coding and third party operating procedures and practices
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Strong internal and external customer service skills
• Ability to multi-task and work independently without direct supervision
• Ability to demonstrate strength in problem solving
• Ability to handle confidential information
• Excellent organizational and administrative abilities
 

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

Position Description:
Charlotte Radiology, a large, well established, physician-owned and operated multi-specialty private practice, is seeking an ABR board-eligible, fellowship-trained Musculoskeletal Radiologist to join its MSK section.  The practice includes Carolinas Medical Center (an 874-bed tertiary care and teaching hospital of the University of North Carolina), the 234-bed Levine Children's Hospital, the Levine Cancer Institute, a 157-bed rehabilitation hospital, 5 satellite hospitals, and multiple outpatient imaging centers. The candidate should be experienced in all musculoskeletal imaging modalities as well as joint and spine procedures including arthrograms, therapeutic injections and biopsies using fluoroscopy, CT and US guidance.  Strong interest/experience in musculoskeletal diagnostic ultrasound, pediatrics and/or radiofrequency bone ablation a plus.

 

Practice Highlights:


Charlotte Radiology, PA is comprised of 98 Board Certified radiologists and 29 physician assistants, serving as the area’s imaging experts since 1967. Over the last 50 years, we have become one of the largest and most progressive radiology groups in the nation.  In addition to offering 24/7 coverage for 14 hospitals, we also own and operate 13 breast centers, 3 mobile mammography units, 2 vein centers, a cosmetic center and several vascular and interventional clinics.  We also jointly own and read for 4 Carolinas Imaging Services locations. Our physician team is active in research and clinical trials and has authored many scientific papers and presentations in multiple sub-specialties of radiology. 
• Largest private radiology practice in the southeast
• 98% of outpatients surveyed would recommend our centers and services
• Over 1.5 million studies read annually
• Dedicated team of support staff to include an in-house credentialing department


Living In Charlotte:
 
 
• Charlotte offers expansive culture, nightlife, parks, shopping, dining, entertainment, sports, and businesses, all while offering a lower cost of living than the national average. 
• Charlotte is ranked #14 by U.S News and World Report for Best Places to Live in America for 2017.
• There are a host of unique neighborhoods and suburbs to cater to all walks of life – from historical to family-friendly to urban excitement, there is something for everyone in Charlotte.
• This international gateway to the south is a metro area of over 2 million people.
• Throughout the year there are a vast array of activities offered, including: cultural festivals, concerts, symphony, theatre, and 3 major league sports team home-games.
• Its excellent geographic location in the NC foothills is also just a short drive to two large lakes, the beautiful beaches of the Atlantic, and breathtaking views of the Appalachian Mountains.
• It boasts the 14th largest airport in the nation and is the national hub of US Airways. 60% of the country is only a 2-hour plane ride away!
• Charlotte is an educational hub and is home to over a dozen colleges and universities in and around the city. The Charlotte Mecklenburg public school system is the second largest in North Carolina and 17th largest in the country.  Charlotte also offers many charter and private schools, providing its residents with a variety of education options.

 


 

Requirements:

Position Requirements:

• ABR certified or eligible
• Fellowship trained in Musculoskeletal Radiology
• Highly motivated team player

 

 

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

Position Description:


Charlotte Radiology, the largest private practice group in the Southeast, is seeking a dynamic, partnership-track, ABR certified, and fellowship-trained neuroradiologist to join a busy 12-member daytime neuroradiology section.  The practice includes Carolinas Medical Center (an 874-bed tertiary care, teaching hospital of the University of North Carolina, and flagship hospital of Atrium HealthCare System), Atrium HealthCare System NorthEast (a 457-bed regional hospital), the 234-bed Levine Children's Hospital, a 179-bed rehabilitation hospital, 9 satellite hospitals, and multiple outpatient imaging centers. Our healthcare system has a rapidly growing oncology center (the Levine Cancer Institute) and neuroscience service line, with robust multidisciplinary neuro-oncology, head and neck cancer care, and comprehensive epilepsy programs.  The ideal candidate would have substantial clinical experience, a strong interest in maintaining a state-of-the-art neuroradiology practice, a demonstrated commitment to multidisciplinary patient management, and an interest in taking on future leadership roles.  Our practice includes all imaging modalities, advanced MRI techniques (such as functional MRI, perfusion, DTI, EEG-MRI, SISCOM), CT, CTA, RAPID CTP, carotid Doppler, myelography, and limited diagnostic cerebral angiography. Experience in catheter angiography is considered a plus but would not be required of you for our practice.  We maintain an active 3D advanced visualization lab for post processing complex cases and a strong desire to remain on the forefront of incorporation of AI and machine learning applications into our daily practice.  As a clinical campus of the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, there are also opportunities to teach medical students and residents.  Charlotte, North Carolina is a vibrant and growing metropolitan area with four professional sports teams, and enjoys a great climate year-round.  It offers easy access to the mountains, the ocean, and direct flights to many domestic and major European destinations.  This is an excellent opportunity for someone who desires to practice neuroradiology at the highest level in a stable, well-managed, and progressive group.

Practice Highlights:


Charlotte Radiology, PA is comprised of 98 Board Certified radiologists and 24 physician assistants, serving as the area’s imaging experts since 1967. Over the last 50 years, we have become one of the largest and most progressive radiology groups in the nation.  In addition to offering 24/7 coverage for 14 hospitals, we also own and operate 13 breast centers, 3 mobile mammography units, 3 vein centers, a cosmetic center and several vascular and interventional clinics.  We also jointly own and read for 4 Carolinas Imaging Services locations. Our physician team is active in research and clinical trials and has authored many scientific papers and presentations in multiple sub-specialties of radiology. 
• Largest private radiology practice in the southeast
• 98% of outpatients surveyed would recommend our centers and services
• Over 1.5 million studies read annually
• Dedicated team of support staff to include an in-house credentialing department


Living In Charlotte:
 
 
• Charlotte offers expansive culture, nightlife, parks, shopping, dining, entertainment, sports, and businesses, all while offering a lower cost of living than the national average. 
• Charlotte is ranked #14 by U.S News and World Report for Best Places to Live in America for 2017.
• There are a host of unique neighborhoods and suburbs to cater to all walks of life – from historical to family-friendly to urban excitement, there is something for everyone in Charlotte.
• This international gateway to the south is a metro area of over 2 million people.
• Throughout the year there are a vast array of activities offered, including: cultural festivals, concerts, symphony, theatre, and 3 major league sports team home-games.
• Its excellent geographic location in the NC foothills is also just a short drive to two large lakes, the beautiful beaches of the Atlantic, and breathtaking views of the Appalachian Mountains.
• It boasts the 14th largest airport in the nation and is the national hub of US Airways. 60% of the country is only a 2-hour plane ride away!
• Charlotte is an educational hub and is home to over a dozen colleges and universities in and around the city. The Charlotte Mecklenburg public school system is the second largest in North Carolina and 17th largest in the country.  Charlotte also offers many charter and private schools, providing its residents with a variety of education options.

Requirements:

Position Requirements:

• ABR certified or eligible
• Fellowship trained in Musculoskeletal Radiology
• Highly motivated team player

Click here to express an interest in this position

Duties:

• Examines orders and verifies the patient request for accuracy. Addresses any questionable orders with the Radiologist before performing the procedure(s). Operates Computerized Tomography and injector equipment to make quality images of designated portions of the body under the direct order of a physician and in accordance with radiation safety procedures.
• Operates x-ray equipment to make quality images of designated portions of the body under the direct order of a physician and in accordance with radiation safety procedures.
• Completes required paperwork/orders, email order request and authorization in a timely and accurate manner. Accurately records patient medical history on designated history form. Correlates test results and other lab data with exam being performed.
• Performs IVs, give patients oral contrast, completes lab work, if needed
• Monitor supplies/stock room/equipment.  Proactively initiates ordering or repairs, as needed.
• Effectively communicates with Radiologist for protocols, as needed.
• Effectively communicates with PACS/IT for imaging distribution, as necessary
• Various duties as they arise

Requirements:

• Must have a HS diploma/GED and be a graduate of an accredited school of radiology technology (Associate’s Degree preferred), current AART certification, and 2 years of relevant experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Must be able to perform procedures in accordance with the CR departmental protocols and standards
• Must be up to date with local and federal regulations that apply to their licensure and role
• Must be able to review the patient history and identify any allergies that could interfere with the patient’s test
• Must be able to communicate with the Radiologist or referring MD if a protocol needs to be obtained or a test needs to be altered
• Must be able to report malfunctioning equipment to the Radiology engineer
• Must have positive communication skills
• Must be able to stand/walk for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift 50-75 lbs.
• Must be competent to start IVs
• ARRT certified; CPR certified

Click here to express an interest in this position