Interventional Radiologist

Location US-NJ-Camden
Job ID
Full Time
Department Name
Interventional Radiology

About Us

Rapidly growing, clinical Vascular and Interventional Radiology practice in New Jersey is seeking a permanent, full-time Interventional Radiologist to add to our division of 5 full time IRs and 3 APNs.


We are in search of a qualified, driven individual who wants to join in the continued growth and development of a comprehensive Vascular and Interventional Radiology practice dedicated to delivering the highest quality medical care available. The ideal candidate would have experience both in clinical evaluation and management as well as advanced interventional therapies. Current/new initiatives include dedicated cancer outpatient service at the MD Anderson Cancer Center, new outpatient center in Moorestown, and creating a PAE practice.


Responsibilities would include outpatient/inpatient evaluation and treatment alongside dedicated IR advanced care providers. A highly competitive compensation package is being offered based on the experience and skill set of the candidate.


Cooper University Hospital (CUH) is located approximately 3 miles from Center City Philadelphia and serves a diverse patient population. CUH is a Level 1 trauma center and a >600 bed tertiary care academic medical center. The Cooper campus includes the new state-of-the-art MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper with a rapidly expanding Interventional Oncology Service and a new outpatient center in Moorestown, NJ.



Interested candidates should forward their resume to Section Chief Sabina Amin MD (

Short Description

The Ideal Candidate:

  • Residency/Fellowship Trained in Interventional Radiology.
  • Board Certified by the ABR; ideally DR/IR certified
  • Licensed in the State of New Jersey or the ability to obtain Medical License in this State.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Experience with or ability to teach medical students and residents. CUH has an accredited residency program with an established ESIR track; administrative initiative to transition the ESIR program into an Interventional Radiology Residency


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