AP/CP Pathologist with Cardiothoracic Pathology
Expertise in Central Florida
ORLANDO, FLORIDA (USA), sunny home of Disney World, Universal Orlando and SeaWorld Orlando. Central Florida Pathology Associates (CFPA), P.A., a single specialty group of thirteen pathologists, is recruiting a full-time pathologist to replace a retiring partner. Subspecialties represented in the current group include hematology/transfusion medicine, cytopathology, dermatopathology, neuropathology, molecular pathology and microbiology.
CFPA has been providing services to Florida Hospital (FH) Orlando (http://www.floridahospital.com/) for more than 30 years. A preeminent comprehensive healthcare facility primarily serving residents in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties, FH now includes six other campuses, FH for Children and FH Cancer Institute with a total of 2,188 beds. Clinical centers of excellence include cardiovascular disease/surgery, lung/breast cancer care, gynecologic oncology, neuro-oncology/neurosurgery, robotic surgery, orthopedics, and organ transplantation. The setting presents a diverse spectrum of diagnostic specimens of varying complexities. In 2010 about 61,300 surgical pathology cases, 1,900 FNA/B cases, 1,400 bone marrow biopsies, 2,500 flow cytometry specimens, and 40 autopsies were examined.
Candidates must be AP/CP board certified, have excellent communication skills and demonstrate expertise in general surgical pathology and cardiothoracic pathology, preferably with fellowship training. Post-training practice and experience in heart and lung transplantation biopsy interpretation are desirable. The position is created with the intention of progression to partnership over time and upon approval based on established bylaws. CFPA offers a competitive compensation package.
Interested individuals may send their application (including current c.v. and a list of three references) and inquiries to Dr. Robert Randell (FH Pathology Departmental Chair and CFPA President) at and Dr. M. Joe Ma (Recruitment Committee Chairman) at .
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