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Physician - Breast Imaging at St. Louis University
Radiology, Diagnostic | MO-SSM Health Drummond Hall | Saint Louis, MO | Req #: R145234

Saint Louis University is currently seeking a breast imaging and interventional radiologist to join our breast imaging division. Join an experienced team of 4 breast radiologists in a department of 40 attending radiologists, recognized for its focus on lifelong learning and friendly collaboration. Work with and teach 36 radiology residents - this program is renowned for fostering independence in participants through hands-on learning.

We are an ACR Designated Comprehensive Breast Imaging Center (formally called ACR Breast Imaging Center of Excellence, providing state of the art, comprehensive care, with the following:

  • Tomosynthesis / 3D mammography equipment with experienced mammography technologists
  • Prone tomosynthesis / 3D biopsy table
  • 2 dedicated breast ultrasound units with Elastography and experienced 2 full-time experienced breast sonographers
  • 3T Magnet for breast MRI and MRI-guided breast biopsies. MRI utilizes Dynacad software.
  • Magseed for image-guided localizations prior to surgery
  • Breast Imaging Fellowship, starting July 2024
  • Nurse navigators, biopsy nurses, and High Risk nurse
  • Volpara breast density software, CRA Health risk assessment software, and experienced genetic counselors
  • Experienced breast surgeon directly adjacent to our breast imaging office
  • Transpara AI software for mammography

Position Details

  • 0.8 to 1.0 FTE breast imaging
  • No nights, no weekends, no holidays, and no call on breast imaging schedule
  • Competitive salary, commensurate with experience, plus additional bonus potential and excellent benefits
  • Potential for a hybrid schedule with some remote work
  • Generous vacation
  • Administration days
  • Interpretation of digital mammography and tomosynthesis, breast and axillary ultrasounds, breast MRI, and perform all image guided breast and axillary procedures and localizations
  • Participate in biweekly breast tumor board
  • Participate in Breast Imaging Fellowship Consortium with weekly virtual lectures
  • Be engaged in breast imaging fellow, radiology resident and medical student education
  • Opportunities for research


Candidates should meet the following requirements:

  • M.D. or D.O. (or foreign equivalent) and eligibility for full medical licensure in Missouri
  • Board certified or eligible in Diagnostic Radiology
  • Breast imaging fellowship preferred (experience considered in lieu of a breast imaging fellowship)
  • Proficient in all aspects of breast imaging, including mammography, tomosynthesis, ultrasound, MRI, and image-guided breast procedures, and localizations
  • MQSA compliant
  • Have a compassionate bedside manner
  • Be a team player

Community Details

  • Work in the heart of a bustling and diverse Midwest metro area at a brand-new $550 million academic medical center
  • New state of the art academic Pediatric Hosptial under construction
  • This city of 3 million people is home to tremendous architectural variety. Live in a historic neighborhood with tree-lined streets, a downtown loft with expansive skyline views, or a spacious and family-friendly suburb... all at a cost of living well below the national average
  • Choose from highly-ranked public and private schools for your children - this city is known for having more independent schools than most other similar sized cities
  • The ultimate location for convenient travel: International Airport just 20 minutes from the hospital
  • Find your fill of culture with public access to award-winning art, history, and science museums, or spend an evening attending the theater or listening to a concert from the city's Grammy-award winning Symphony Orchestra
  • Great sports town with major league baseball, hockey, and soon to be, soccer

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