Arkana Laboratories is seeking a full-time renal pathologist to join our growing practice in Little Rock, Arkansas.
The private practice is comprised of 22 board-certified renal pathologists supported by more than 140 technical and administrative staff. Each year Arkana Laboratories accessions thousands of adult, pediatric, and transplant kidney biopsies from 46 states. You will find a highly supportive environment with challenging diagnostic material, an interesting daily case conference, journal club, and multiple teaching opportunities. Arkana Laboratories is also dedicated to the scientific investigation of kidney disease and many of our physicians participate in patient-centered research.
Located in the center of the state, Little Rock is Arkansas’s capital city. It offers a low cost of living with a plethora of cultural and outdoor activities, without many of the inconveniences of other major cities. The Arkansas River borders Little Rock and is where the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains begin to rise. Fittingly, the state’s diverse cultures converge in Little Rock, which is home to a thriving downtown entertainment district, a wide array of restaurants, trails, riverside parks, golf courses, and the Clinton Presidential Library.
Applicants must hold an MD or DO degree, be certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic Pathology, and have fellowship training and experience in the interpretation of native kidney and renal allograft biopsies to apply for the renal pathologist position. The ability to obtain a medical license in the state of Arkansas is required. In addition, applicants must bring a strong work ethic and a good sense of humor. Compensation, benefits package, and vacation are highly competitive.
How to Apply
Applicants should submit a letter of interest and CV to Cynthia Sizemore at email@example.com.
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