AP/CP Board Certified/Eligible Pathologists
CEDAR RAPIDS / DUBUQUE, IOWA (USA).
Due to an upcoming retirement and expanded business opportunities in Eastern Iowa, Weland Clinical Laboratories is searching for two AP/CP board certified/eligible pathologists to join our busy practice in either Cedar Rapids, Iowa, or Dubuque, Iowa.
Weland Clinical Laboratories (WCL) is a pathologist owned laboratory, performing 700,000 tests annually. WCL provides services to Mercy Medical Center, Cedar Rapids, a 445 bed hospital, which offers a broad range of surgical specialties. Our pathology group provides medical directorships and actively participates in the medical staff at several surrounding smaller hospitals, offering support and consultations for both AP and CP issues, and provides pathology interpretations for a busy independent Gastroenterology practice in Waterloo, Iowa. Our practice includes 24,000 surgicals, 25,000 gyn cytologies, 1,760 non-gyn cytologies, and 100 bone marrow examinations annually, within the Cedar Rapids area. The Dubuque location offers 10,000 surgicals, 6,300 gyn cytologies, 1,400 non-gyn cytologies, and 120 bone marrow examinations annually.
WCL is based in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, a thriving city with a metropolitan population of 185,000. Cedar Rapids boasts excellent schools and a top notch medical community, with convenient access to the Eastern Iowa airport. Cedar Rapids is only a 25 minute drive to Iowa City, an active college town with all the amenities a Big 10 college campus provides, including sporting events, music, cultural events, and a wide variety of excellent restaurants and breweries. In fact, several members of our group live within the Iowa City area. Dubuque is a bustling Eastern Iowa city of 58,000, home to the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium, excellent schools, and nestled within the hills and bluffs of Eastern Iowa, providing beautiful scenic views.
Our group currently consists of 6 AP/CP pathologists with subspecialty training in hematopathology and cytopathology. The successful candidate will provide excellent anatomic and clinical pathology skills and show a willingness to interact with clinicians on a daily basis, including attending in-town and off-site meetings. Subspecialty training in dermatopathology or other specialties would be desirable, but is not a prerequisite.
Please send an up to date CV, cover letter, and list of references to:
Michele L. Cooley, M.D.
[10 August 2020, #9777]