Radiology Associates of North Texas is currently seeking board-certified or board-eligible radiologists to join our practice.  Qualified candidates will be proficient in diagnostic radiology and all aspects of their subspecialty.

The positions listed below represent current vacancies within our practice. If you are interested in joining the physician team at Radiology Associates, please e-mail your CV to our physician recruiting department at radjobs@radntx.com

Open Positions

 

Breast Imaging: Fort Worth

We are seeking Breast Imagers to join our well-established Breast Imaging team in Fort Worth, Texas. These positions will bolster the overall Breast Imaging team in support of new business expansion. Qualified candidates will be proficient in all aspects of Breast Imaging and diagnostic radiology.  The positions require skill in digital mammography, Tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, and the full spectrum of breast procedures. Ideal candidates will also be interested in maintaining their general radiology skillset. Locations include various hospital-based breast imaging centers and stand-alone imaging centers. Employment options for these positions are flexible and include employed status with no call/evenings/weekends, or a Shareholder-partnership track positions with associated call.


Breast Imaging: Dallas

We are seeking a Breast Imager to join our well-established Breast Imaging team in Dallas, Texas. This position will support the overall Breast Imaging team and new business expansion. Qualified candidates will be proficient in all aspects of Breast Imaging and diagnostic radiology. The positions require skill in digital mammography, Tomosynthesis, breast ultrasound, breast MRI, and the full spectrum of breast procedures. Ideal candidates will also be interested in maintaining their general radiology skillset.  Locations include various hospital-based breast imaging centers and stand-alone imaging centers. Employment options for this position are flexible and include employed status with no call/evenings/weekends, or a Shareholder-partnership track position with associated call.


Body Imaging: Dallas

Looking to join a practice supporting a level one trauma center with a well-established liver transplant program? Responsibilities would include interpretation of body CT/MR/US, nuclear medicine, emergency radiology as well as general diagnostic studies and fluoroscopic procedures.  Proficiency in hepatobiliary imaging (MR/CT/US), colerectal and prostate imaging as well as interpretation of general oncologic/body CT/MR/US is preferred. This position is for a full-time radiologist dedicating 55% of his/her time Body Imaging and the balance to general radiology. Locations for the position include a large level one trauma center, one community hospital, and several stand-alone imaging centers located in the greater Dallas area. This is a partnership position with all associated call.  However, employed status with no nights, evenings, weekends, or call is an option.


Vascular & Interventional Radiology: Fort Worth

We are looking for practice building, team players to help us build our inpatient and outpatient practice.  Qualified candidates will be proficient in all IR procedures, and diagnostic radiology. The position is a full time, shareholder-partnership track role, with the opportunity to practice approximately 55% Interventional Radiology. The role will be based at several large tertiary care centers and community hospitals in the Western half of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. The IR work will span the entire range of IR procedures. Larger hospital-based locations will include multiple IRs, Physician Assistant service support, and Neuro IR support.


Pediatric Interventional Radiology: Fort Worth

Do you love helping kiddos and their families through tough times? Use your IR skill set to make a difference in Fort Worth.  The ideal candidates will be fellowship trained in Pediatric IR. Those with adult IR fellowship training and significant experience in pediatric IR are welcome to apply. The primary location for this role is the Cook Children’s Medical Center, the flagship hospital facility for the Cook Children’s Health Care System, located in Fort Worth, Texas. This is a full-time, shareholder-partnership track position with associated call. Call specifics will depend on training. This role offers the ability to practice nearly 100% pediatric IR, yet also provides the opportunity to read general pediatric radiology cases as well. The pedi IR case mix is wide, and primed for practice building. We recently brought on a pediatric Physician Assistant to the pedi IR team to assist with rounding, consults, and procedures. The successful candidate will be joining a team of 11 pediatric radiologists including two pediatric neuroradiologists, one additional pediatric interventionalist, and 33 adult interventional radiologists.


Lite IR or Body Proceduralist: Fort Worth

This is an exciting role for those who love percutaneous body procedures and general radiology. We are considering applicants fellowship-trained in Vascular and Interventional Radiology or Body Imaging. The position is a full-time, shareholder-partnership track role. An employed option is also available, without call. The opportunity will afford the successful applicant a practice consisting of approximately 50% procedures and 50% general radiology. The role will be based at several community hospitals in the Western half of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.


Neuroradiology: Dallas

The position is a full time, shareholder-partnership role, with the opportunity to practice upwards of 80% neuroradiology. It’s based in Dallas at a 900-bed referral hospital, two surgical hospitals, and several outpatient imaging centers. The group of neuroradiologists you’d be joining all hold CAQs and are Senior Members of the ASNR. There’s neurointerventional support.  Our neuroradiology section has strong relationships with a panel of excellent neurosurgeons, neurologists, otolaryngologists, and spine surgeons. They see a high volume of neurovascular disease, brain and spine tumors, and trauma, and work closely with specialists in MS, epilepsy, and movement disorders. Advanced MRI work includes vessel-wall imaging, spectroscopy, volumetry, and neurography. Much of the spine work is for a nationally-known orthopedic clinic that treats professional athletes. If you’ve ever aspired to be a neuroradiologist who all the surgeons and neurologists trust, and to be in the middle of a clinical team, this position offers the opportunity to get there.


Overnight Teleradiology: DFW or Anywhere in the Continental US

Would working from home, overnight be an ideal situation for you?  Applicants will ideally be fellowship trained in Body, ER, MSK or Neuro imaging. Candidates need to be able to read a variety of mixed modalities including cross sectional, CT, MR, US, CR, and NM. Volume is estimated at 80-120 cases per shift on average, or approximately 75-95 wRVUs per shift.  The schedule for this position will be working 24-26 weeks per year either one week on and one week off or two on two off.  The shift is from 10pm to 7am CST.  A shareholder-partnership track is available for those choosing to live in DFW. This position is able to be worked 100% from home on a RANT provided work station or from one of many Teleradiology suites located across DFW. The work is managed, and images are viewed on our internally developed and fully customizable worklist, branded as CANVAS.


General Radiology & Lite Mammo: Amarillo    

Interested in supporting small town communities in northwest, Texas? Our position in Amarillo, Texas might be just what you are looking for in a role.  The position is a full time, employee-track role, with the opportunity to practice all modalities of radiology.  Lite mammography is preferred, but not necessary.  The position is based at Northwest Texas Healthcare System, a 495-bed tertiary care, referral hospital in Amarillo, Texas.  Responsibilities would include interpretation of body CT/MR/US, nuclear medicine, emergency radiology as well as general diagnostic studies and fluoroscopic procedures.  Proficiency in hepatobiliary imaging (MR/CT/US), colerectal and prostate imaging as well as interpretation of general oncologic/body CT/MR/US is preferred.


Practice Overview:

For over 80 years, the practice now known as Radiology Associates of North Texas has been synonymous with quality, innovation and collaboration. Our founding radiologists were among the first in North Texas and these physicians worked to establish a practice culture dedicated to providing exceptional patient care. This culture endures to this day. Our physicians are proud of our history and the many relationships we have forged throughout the medical community. It is our determined intent to continue to provide the highest level of service to our patients, referring physicians, and imaging partners throughout North Texas.

  • 100% RANT Radiologist Owned Practice
  • Largest Private Radiology Practice In Texas
  • 200+ Radiologists
  • 90+ Administrative Staff (20+ IT Staff)
  • 15 Advanced Practice Providers
  • 4,300,000+ Exams Annually
  • 58 Texas Hospitals
  • 24 Texas Imaging Centers
  • Remote Reading Opportunities
  • Highly Subspecialized Practice
  • Internally Designed Custom Worklist (CANVAS)
  • Dedicated Quality Team
  • Flexible Vacation Schedule
  • Internal Moonlighting Opportunities
  • Ability To Buy/Sell Call and Vacation
  • Mentoring Program

Physician Benefits:

  • Health Insurance (HDHP), life and Long-term disability – paid for by employer
  • Health Savings Account – HSA (with generous practice contribution)
  • Generous vacation
  • 401K/Roth plan (with match and profit sharing)
  • Cash balance plan
  • Cafeteria plan – Pre-tax dollars plan
  • Voluntary dental, life, vision, and short-term disability
  • Professional expense allowance and CE reimbursement

Radiology Associates is an equal opportunity employer. All job offers of employment are contingent upon pre-employment background screening.