Department: Radiology



The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center (AMC) seeks a board-certified or board-eligible veterinary radiologist for a faculty position in our ever-expanding Department of Diagnostic Imaging. The hospital currently staffs three full-time radiologists and four diagnostic imaging residents. Our animal hospital performs approximately 50,000 imaging studies per year. Equipment includes: two digital radiology suites, two ultrasound suites (Canon Aplio i700), Toshiba 64-slice CT, and a brand new 1.5T in-house Siemens Soma MRI. Voice recognition software is available hospital wide.  The hospital is currently undergoing a $100 million expansion and renovation project to include a larger, up-to-date Diagnostic Imaging department, slated for completion by 2025.

This exciting career opportunity provides a unique setting of service, teaching, and research opportunities. AMC supports a dynamic and stimulating teaching institution nestled within a rich biomedical and cultural environment with an endless variety of exciting activities, from the cultural to the culinary.  The high caseload, support from other radiologists, and constant interactions with other specialists create the perfect environment for professional growth.


A board-certified or board-eligible veterinarian in the American College of Veterinary Radiology or European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging is required. The candidate must have or be able to obtain a license to practice veterinary medicine in the State of  New York.  Strong interest and clinical competence in small animal radiology, diagnostic ultrasound, CT and MRI are crucial skills for the job. The candidate must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills and be able to work as part of a team in a collegial teaching environment.

Clinical and Service Responsibilities

Duties include performing and interpreting diagnostic imaging studies for the teaching hospital and referral veterinarians.  We are currently on a 4-day/week schedule with one work-from-home day.  The applicant is expected to work some weekends. Service responsibilities may also include institutional committee work, continuing education, and contributing to professional organizations.

Teaching and Research

Clinical teaching includes instructing and supervising interns and residents in internal medicine, critical care, and surgery. Participation in research is encouraged and many opportunities are available, both at AMC and through the biomedical community of New York City. Teaching duties are centered on resident training and preparation for the ACVR board exam.  We collaborate often with the Bronx Zoo!

Join a dynamic team with great career opportunities in our state-of-the-art facility, and enjoy museums, sporting events, restaurants, and theater in the greatest city in the world.


  • Competitive salary
  • Generous sign-on bonus
  • Four-day work week
  • Health insurance with medical, dental, and vision benefits
  • Very generous PTO
  • Continuing education time off and stipend
  • 403b retirement play with employer match
  • Possibility of housing in an AMC apartment building or assistance to find housing
  • School loan debt forgiveness opportunity as a non-profit hospital with 10 years of non-profit employment under the federal loan forgiveness program for nonprofits
  • Non-corporate practice with no percentage pay
  • Collegial work with colleagues in a non-competitive structure with strong teaching and mentoring opportunities as well as opportunities for research


Salary range for this role is $230,000-$275,000.


Interested applicants should contact Dr. Anthony Fischetti, DVM, MS, DACVR, Service Head of Diagnostic Imaging, for further information. Email: Address: 510 East 62nd St., New York, NY, 10021-8314