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Diagnostic Radiologist in Maywood, IL (Perm)

Maywood, IL 60153

Specialty: Doctor of Osteopathic, Medical Doctor, Physician (MD or DO), Radiology Job Number: 4057

Job Description

Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine is seeking a Board Certified, MSK Fellowship -Trained faculty member to join the Department of Radiology and Medical Imaging with primary location at Loyola University Medical Center (LUMC) located in Maywood, Illinois, approximately 12 miles from downtown Chicago.

Job Description:
• The candidate will join a growing Radiology Department of over 50 subspecialized radiologists supporting clinical services across Loyola University Medical Center, Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, MacNeal Hospital, and associated ambulatory care centers.
Candidates must be Board Certified in Radiology and fellowship-trained in Musculoskeletal Radiology (MSK)
• Exhibit strong clinical skills to work effectively and efficiently across the
full spectrum of imaging modalities/procedures relevant to MSK imaging.
This is an on-site position with participation in interventional procedures including MRI, CT, joint injection/aspiration, bone marrow sampling, and soft tissue/bone biopsy
• Practice setting is hospital-based
• 2 Types of Call: Weekday 4pm-11pm call from home (only with no day shifts on those days) about on average once a week. Also, weekend call about 7 calls per year.
Intermittent evening shift and weekend call duties are fulfilled remotely from home with fully functional PACS/Voice recognition systems.
• In addition to clinical work, strong interest in clinical and formal resident education is essential.
• Average Number of Cases Per Day: Mix plain film and cross sectional. 110 xrays, 20 MRIs/CT/Ultrasound
• Trauma Level/Designation: Loyola = Trauma 1, MNH and GMH = Trauma 2
• Number of Radiologists in Practice: Specific to MSK is 4.8 FTEs, in department 41 FTE
• Teleradiology is not used for MSK
• Patient Age Demographic: All ages, but pediatrics not required
• EMR: Epic, Powerscribe 360, Interad PACs, Softek Illuminate
• Credentialing timeline: usually 2-3 months (depends on if physician has IL license in hand or not)

Compensation and Benefits:

• Faculty rank and compensation will be commensurate with experience and qualifications 

• Accident and Critical Illness Insurance

• Dental Insurance

• Employee Assistance Program

• Flexible Spending Accounts

• Health Insurance

• Health Savings Account

• Leave of Absence and Disability Insurance

• Life Insurance

• Long-Term Care Insurance

• Retirement 403(b) Plan

• Tuition Benefit

• Vision Insurance

• Wellness Program

• Work-Life-Benefits

Certification Requirements


• Board Certified

State License Requirements

• Illinois

Additional License Requirements

• MSK Fellowship-Trained, Required Procedures

About the Facility
About Loyola University Medical:
Loyola University Medical Center (LUMC) is a 61 acre medical center campus conveniently located in Maywood, 13 miles west of the Chicago Loop. LUMC is a quaternary care facility with 547 licensed beds, a Level I Trauma Center, nationally recognized Burn Center, renowned Transplant Center and a special 20-bed unit for patients undergoing stem cell transplant. The center provides top hospital care in all medical specialties, including orthopedics, nephrology, cardiology, cancer, ophthalmology and surgery.
LUMC's Stroke Center has been honored by the American Stroke Association for its expert collaboration of professionals from emergency medicine, neurology, neurosurgery, rehabilitative services, social work, nutrition, pharmacy and other specialties.
The medical center was again designated a Level III Perinatal Center by the Illinois Department of Public Health, a designation recognizing centers that have demonstrated the highest level of expertise in caring for women with high-risk pregnancies, their unborn babies and critically ill newborns.
LUMC has a close partnership with Edward Hines, Jr. VA Hospital. Most faculty members have joint appointments at Hines and Loyola students and resident physicians rotate through Hines as part of their training. Researchers from Loyola and Hines collaborate closely on many federally funded studies
Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine (LUCSSOM) is committed to scholarship and the education of medical professionals and biomedical scientists. The school, including its faculty, trainees, and staff are called to go beyond facts, experimentation, and treatment of disease to prepare people to lead extraordinary lives and treat the human spirit in an environment that encourages innovation, embraces diversity, respects life, and values human dignity.
LUCSSOM believes that thoughtful scholarly excellence, service, stewardship, and continuing reflection advance our ability to contribute high-impact research and provide the highest-quality education.
Loyola University Health System (LUHS) is a private, Catholic-Jesuit healthcare provider based in the western suburbs of Chicago. With 800 licensed beds and over $1B in revenues, LUHS is a nationally recognized academic medical center with a rich tradition of going beyond the illness to treat the whole person. LUHS believes that its Catholic heritage and Jesuit traditions of excellence, leadership, inclusiveness, respect and concern for others, and desire to help those who are less privileged in life advances the healing mission in the communities it serves. LUHS also believes that thoughtful stewardship, learning and constant reflection on experience improves all it does as it strives to provide the highest quality healthcare.
LUHS includes a core academic hospital (Loyola University Medical Center) located on its main campus in Maywood, a community hospital (Gottlieb Memorial Hospital) located three miles from the main campus in Melrose Park, and an extensive network of more than 28 specialty and primary care centers in Cook, Will and DuPage counties. LUHS is home to approximately 7,000 staff members, 650 full-time faculty members, and 600 residents and fellows. LUHS is a member of Trinity Health, one of the largest Catholic Health Systems in the United States.
For more information on Loyola University Health System, please visit
About the Community:
Chicago, Illinois is the third most populous city in the United States, after New York City and Los Angeles with 2.7 million residents. Chicagos top sights bustle with activity all year round - ice skating in Millennium Park, sightseeing through Lincoln Park Zoo, playing at Navy Pier, shopping along the Magnificent Mile. For more action, take in a professional game like the Bulls, Blackhawks and Bears or make it a fun night out at a piano bar or comedy club like The Second City.
The season is ripe for arts and culture as well. Immerse yourself in the vibrant theater scene at Steppenwolf, Goodman or Broadway in Chicago. Explore museums and galleries of every variety, like the beloved Shedd Aquarium and esteemed Art Institute of Chicago. Take in sensational performances from live music, comedy, dance and opera.
Indoors, unwind at a leisurely pace with the stellar skyline in view. Chicagos restaurants are destinations in themselves too, lining the landscape with star chefs and racking up culinary awards on a regular basis.
The city buzzes year-round with energy both downtown and in the vibrant neighborhoods. Whether you're visiting for business or pleasure, you will find world-class dining, shopping, entertainment, and hotels and accommodations here in the largest and most-visited city in the Midwest.
For more information on Chicago, visit

Meet Your Recruiter

Jordyn Zwanziger

Jordyn Zwanziger joined Wapiti Medical in September 2022 as a Recruiter. She has a background in working with families in the Child Protection Services Division.

Jordyn is married and has 3 children and enjoys reading, cross stitching, and quilting in her spare time.

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  • PALS: Pediatric Advanced Life Support