Job Opportunity Details

Job ID Specialty Geographic Location City State Recruiter
2427072 Radiology (Vascular and Interventional) Tamuning GU NP Now

Company Name: NP Now
Recruiter Name: David Wolfe
Contact Phone: 843-494-1253

Job Title: Interventional Radiologist - Great Pay, No Call/No Weekends, No State Income Tax

In HouseID:
1591513
Recruiter Email: david@nowhealthcare.org

Job Description

This is a Radiology (Vascular and Interventional) Opportunity Only!

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A privately owned, tropical healthcare group is seeking an Interventional Radiologist to work in Tamuning, Guam!!

Contact: Jon Crosby 843-806-3186 jon@nowhealthcare.org for more information!

About the Group:

  • Founded in 1999
  • 1 main location
  • 160 total employees with 12 physicians
  • 9 Radiologists and 3 Interventionalists
  • Lots of outdoor activities from hiking to scuba diving to hunting

Benefits: Interventional Radiologist

  • Competitive Compensation based on experience....$550k-$750k
  • Comprehensive benefits package - health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, and more
  • 8 weeks of PTO plus 7 holidays...Over 9 weeks of time off!
  • Malpractice Coverage
  • Relocation assistance
  • No state income tax
  • Housing and rental car provided for 1 month

About this role: Interventional Radiologist

  • Position is open due to a growing practice and patient base
  • Clinic sees 200-250 patients per day
  • Mon-Fri 8-6
  • No Call & No Weekends
  • Broad talent interventionalist who is looking for various types of procedures

Background Desired: Interventional Radiologist

  • MD/DO
  • BC/BE Interventional Radiologist

About the Area:

  • Guam is an island territory of the United States located in the western Pacific Ocean. It is the largest and southernmost of the Mariana Islands, a chain of volcanic islands. The capital of Guam is Hagåtña, also known as Agana. It is the island's political and administrative center. English and Chamorro are the official languages of Guam. English is widely spoken, and most education and government activities are conducted in English Guam is an unincorporated territory of the United States. Its residents are U.S. citizens by birth. While Guam has a certain degree of self-governance, it is ultimately subject to the authority of the U.S. federal government. It is home to several U.S. military bases, including Andersen Air Force Base and Naval Base Guam. These bases play a strategic role in the defense of the Western Pacific region. Guam attracts visitors with its beautiful beaches, water activities like snorkeling and diving, historical sites such as Spanish forts, and cultural events. Tumon Bay is a popular tourist area with many hotels, shops, and restaurants. The country has an international airport, Guam International Airport (A.B. Won Pat International Airport), which serves as a major hub for travel to and from the island. Roads and highways are the primary means of transportation within Guam




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