Physician / Anesthesiology / Utah / Locum or Permanent / Anesthesia needed for locums coverage
Company: Cross Country Locums
Posted on: June 18, 2022
Cross Country Locums is seeking an Anesthesiologist to help with
coverage needs 8/8-8/12 in Price, Utah.
Desired Schedule: 9a-5p - No call
Scope of Work: 55 patients
General diagnostic radiology
- Diagnostic invasive procedures:
- Myelography, image guided fluid aspiration (thoracentesis,
paracentesis, abscess drainage, etc), image guided biopsy,
venography, arthrography and joint injections, Lumbar Puncture
Special Procedures Privileges:
- Percutaneous aspiration and biopsy CT guided, Percutaneous
aspiration and biopsy Ultrasound
- Documentation of the performance and interpretation of a volume
of radiologic tests or procedures commensurate with the
- Successful completion of an ACGME- or AOA accredited residency
in radiology or a subspecialty of radiology.
- Utah License
If you are interested in this opportunity, or would like to explore
other options, please email, call or text me.
4775 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, Suite 300Norcross, GA 30092
Cross Country Locums (CCL), part of one of the nation's largest
healthcare staffing companies, Cross Country Healthcare, has been
providing physician and advanced practice locum tenens, temporary
and temp-to-perm staffing services for almost 30 years. We have
earned the trust of medical professionals and facilities alike with
our dedication to quality and ongoing satisfaction. These
commitments are evidenced by our inclusion in Inavero's Best of
Staffing Lists for both Talent and Clients. In addition, our
in-house Credentials Verification Organization, CREDENT, has been
certified by the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA)
since 2001. Cross Country Locums is also a member of the National
Association of Locum Tenens Organizations.
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