ProPath, the largest 100% physician owned nationwide pathology practice, seeks an exceptional gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology fellowship trained pathologist to join our thriving practice. Board certification or eligibility in anatomic and clinical pathology is required. ProPath is a nationally recognized practice founded in 1966 and based in Dallas. We have over 50 physicians and PhD’s on the team. Our nearly 500 team members are based in 10 different states with physical facilities in three.
Requirements: Fellowship training in gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology is required. Candidates must possess a medical degree and be able to obtain a license to practice medicine in the State of Texas. Additional subspecialty training in other areas and/or experience signing out gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology is a bonus. Qualified candidates ideally should be able to perform general surgical pathology in addition to the gastrointestinal/hepatic subspecialty. Beyond superior diagnostic skills, in order to fit with the ProPath culture, successful candidates must have excellent communication skills, a pleasant personality, and a strong work ethic centered around being a team player.
Salary commensurate with background and experience. Benefits include medical, dental, profit sharing, a matched 401K plan and more. Be a part of the nation’s premier pathology practice. EOE M/F/Disabled/Veteran Accessibility Accommodations
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