Women's Imaging Radiology Chief

There is an extremely exciting and rewarding career opportunity available for a Chief of Imaging at a growing acute care hospital in the southern region of Connecticut. This facility has won many awards for their solid commitment to high quality standards and patient satisfaction. 

The Women’s Services Imaging Chief will be a part of this mid-sized, not-for-profit hospital that successfully serves the surrounding communities through the use of cutting edge and advanced medical services. The facility is a Top Performer on several Key Quality Measures and has been the recipient of many quality and patient safety awards. This facility provides the perfect opportunity to grow your skillset as a healthcare professional. 

The Breast Imaging Supervisor will work within the hospital’s Breast Center and will report directly to the Manager of Outpatient Radiology.   The OB/GYN Chief of Imaging will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the Women’s Imaging Departments at multiple locations, along with ensuring that all quality and regulatory standards are being met. The Women’s Imaging Supervisor will act as the Manager in their absence and will help to maintain positive working relationships between staff members. The ideal candidate for this role will have their ARRT and Mammography License, along with some leadership experience in Women’s Radiology. 

The hospital is located in a lively area of Connecticut that offers a high quality of living and a long list of entertaining amenities to enjoy. There are wonderful indoor and outdoor activities to explore, along with superb school systems near by, making it a great place for families. 

This compassionate hospital will move quickly to bring an experienced Women’s Radiology Leader on board. This role will offer a highly competitive compensation package and full array of benefits. 


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