Joining our organization allows you to work at the #1 largest private practice radiology group in the nation as designated by the Radiology Business Group Surveys in 2018 & 2019. Additionally, you’ll be located in Washington State – the second best state to be a radiologist as declared by Diagnostic Imaging.

Year after year, our radiologists are consistently recognized and rewarded for their experience, competency, client satisfaction, and ability to deliver the best patient care. If you think you have the clinical abilities and the professional drive to join our esteemed team, we want to hear from you.

Why Radia?

Sub Specialization

At Radia, we allow our physicians to practice their expertise. Our positions are tailored with sub specialization in mind. We will work with you to find a role that suits your professional desires.

Partner Track

As a private radiology group, our physicians are our owners. You may enter Radia on a one or two-year partnership track. Your hard work and dedication will earn you a voice in our company’s operations.

Location

Headquartered in beautiful Washington state, with facilities all around the Pacific Northwest, it truly is about location, location, location. Our physicians get to live and practice in some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country.


“The culture at Radia supports smart, motivated physicians who want to make a difference and get involved. I doubt there is another practice with the type of unique ‘training ground’ that I have experienced at Radia.”

Lloyd Stambaugh, MD

“I was excited about the opportunity to live in Seattle, surrounded by lakes, mountains, and a vibrant city. The partners at Radia were not only welcoming, but also provided me with invaluable mentorship that helped me transition seamlessly into my role.”

Hassan Ahmad, MD

“I jumped at the opportunity to practice my subspecialty training full-time, and have no regrets. I enjoy working daily alongside my neuroradiological, neurological, and neurosurgical colleagues advancing the treatment of neurological disease.”

Brian Tryon, MD


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