Pathology Surveyor, Day Shift | Permanent |

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Client Overview:


Our client is a prestigious regulatory healthcare organization located within minutes of Chicago. This area offers unparalleled residential living among beautiful parks, safe quiet streets and a wealth of upscale community amenities. Whether you're planning a vacation or a move to the Chicago area, this town is considered one of the best places in Illinois for families to live, work and play!


Position Overview:

We are seeking several pathologists to join our client's team as Pathology Surveyors. This is a unique opportunity to work remotely from home, however at least 50% travel is required. Must be both an A/P and C/P board certified pathologist.      




Travel to labs and hospitals nationwide inspecting lab operations to identify deficiencies in areas such as procedures,equipment, manuals, supplies, storage and testing that are not in compliance with applicable guidelines. Meet with the lab and hospital management team to discuss problems, recommendations and improvement plans and return back later to reinspect to make sure they are compliant.


Skill Requirements:

  • Prior experience in a leadership role, preferably as a medical director with very strong knowledge of lab regulations, guidelines and accreditations

  • Excellent communication/verbal/written/computer/people skills. Job requires compiling a lot of reports and writing on computer tablets onsite while walking around facilities performing inspections

  • Physically able to move around the lab and hospital and pick up, move or lift objects for inspection

  • Willingness to travel (planes, trains and automobiles including rural areas)



Must be both an A/P and C/P board certified pathologist


HealthCare Connections, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, pregnancy, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or other protected status pursuant to law.

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