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Positions available in various US locations for Dermatology MD's who
are fellowship trained Dermatopathologists!

Work Environment – Healthcare (Fast Growing Diagnostic Pathology
Facility)

Fulltime / Permanent Position


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Overview:


The Dermatopathologist will provide diagnostics expertise and
clinical
analysis on specimens.


Specifically, this individual will be responsible for diagnosing
Dermatologic disorders and diseases utilizing clinical pathological
diagnosis.


Requirements:


Significant experience in Dermatopathology is required, and
leadership
experience is preferred


Knowledge of diagnostic equipment and software applications.


Medical Doctor or equivalent medical professional degree


Board Certified or eligible in AP or AP/CP by the American Board of
Pathology


Fellowship training in Dermatopathology; candidates should be board
eligible or board certified in Dermatopathology


Hold or eligible to obtain unrestricted medical licensure in Texas,
Arizona, Massachusetts, and other states


Strong scientific skills in surgical pathology


Effective at collaboration, documentation & presentation of findings,
both written and oral.


Duties & Responsibilities:


Conduct routine pathologic examination of Dermatological biopsies


Evaluate Dermatological pathology specimens and render insightful and
comprehensive diagnoses to enable clinicians to best treat their
patients


Consult with peer Pathologists on cases as requested or needed


Participate in Quality Assurance programs, review cases, and
participate in intradepartmental conferences to insure and improve
accuracy of diagnoses and quality of care


May be involved in research activities


Follows established policies, procedures, and objectives, continuous
quality improvement objectives, and safety, environmental, and/or
infection control standards
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