Canada Diagnostic Centres is seeking skilled and versatile radiologists for a rewarding and well remunerated career as a consultant within our growing outpatient clinic practice in Calgary, Alberta. The start date is flexible between now and October 1, 2021, but we always welcome inquiries from qualified and interested candidates.
Remuneration is monthly and based on a fixed share of fee for service billings. We are also fully committed to work-life-balance and allow for highly flexible vacation time throughout the year. We are currently recruiting for two opportunities available in both General and Breast Imaging Radiology.
The ideal candidate should:
The ideal candidate will have breast fellowship training or a demonstrated interest, focus, and experience in breast imaging, with the following experience:
General outpatient Radiology is an important part of our practice, including:
Onsite training can be arranged for some of these areas, as required. We also offer private MRI in Calgary, so if you are fellowship-trained in a relevant area of MRI, we can offer MRI practice as well.
If you would like to apply for any of the above noted Radiologist opportunities, or if you have any further questions about working with CDC or the CDC corporate culture, you can also reach out (with resume and cover letter) to our Medical Director, Dr. Rob Davies, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dr. Davies would be more than happy to chat with you about the benefits and possibilities inherent in joining the CDC team. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
The following are the requirements we are looking for in qualified candidates:
Canada Diagnostic Centres is the premier outpatient provider of both diagnostic imaging and image guided procedures in Alberta, owning and operating 17 radiologist-led clinic sites in the Edmonton and Calgary metro areas. CDC offers a full range of services including MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Mammography, Xray, Bone Density, GI Fluoroscopy, image guided biopsies, and sophisticated pain management procedures.
We are a contracted provider of services to the Workers’ Compensation Board of Alberta, the official diagnostic imaging provider to the Alberta Ballet, and we contribute to numerous charitable organizations in the communities we serve. We also proudly support both the SAIT and NAIT technologist training programs as part of our ongoing commitment to professional development, and continuous quality improvement through education.