Surgical pathologist sought by private practice group

March 15, 2021

Advanced Diagnostic Pathology Associates, a physician-owned private practice group of four pathologists is seeking a Surgical Pathologist with strong general pathology skills, the ability to handle high case volumes and excellent communication skills to join their rapidly expanding practice. The ideal candidates would have special interest in Hematopathology, Dermatopathology and/or GI/Liver Pathology. Practicing pathologists, as well as current fellows are encouraged to apply.

This position is at Meadville Medical Center, but this candidate may also rotate to the two other facilities staffed by the practice group.

Meadville currently processes approximately 6000 surgical cases, 500 cytology and 30 bone marrow cases per year and is actively growing in volume and scope of cases. There is a moderate frozen section and onsite cytology service. There is no autopsy service.

Meadville is located 40-minutes south of Erie, PA and 1-hour north of Pittsburgh. Set within the picturesque farmlands and rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, it offers lovely residential communities with a highly accredited school system and ample opportunities for outdoor activities, cultural events, and fine dining,

The successful candidate must have a Pennsylvania medical license (or be in the process of obtaining one) and be board certified/eligible in AP/CP, preferably with a sub-specialty board.

A competitive salary, vacation schedule, and benefits package is offered. Partnership is based on experience and length of service with an equitable buy-in.

Interested applicants should inquire by phone or email with an accompanying CV:

David W. Azar, MD

Chief of Pathology

Meadville Medical Center

751 Liberty St.

Meadville, PA 16335

858-344-0595

davidazar23@gmail.com

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