[–]zlhillMD-PGY3 13 points14 points15 points 2 years ago (2 children). [–]ashernDO-PGY2 11 points12 points13 points 2 years ago (1 child). Ask me in a yr after a 30+hr surgical call and I'll prob say something different. On ERAS you put in your data (if you want and even happen to click that section) and authorize release of your data for research, including CO. Which of those 3 did you end up going into? no. Should you wish to submit your own content, please consider buying a sponsored link from reddit. I wasn’t sure if this was just the particular hospital i was at, but I have heard numerous attending comment on how much IR works in many different hospitals. TLDR fuck the noise and GSWEXLAP all day peace ✌🏻, [–]jqueb29 12 points13 points14 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]drzoidburgerMD-PGY3 15 points16 points17 points 2 years ago (1 child). The University of Mississippi Medical Center Department of Radiology is committed to providing the highest quality education and training. cult of Reddit. And also not like surgery at all. Radiology Residency In the rapidly advancing field of radiology, we are training tomorrow's leaders. Billable procedures are worth way more than consults. Any school that can set you up with these resources will make you succeed, it's up to you to decide on what makes you happy. [–]-QFever-MD-PGY2 4 points5 points6 points 2 years ago (0 children). Nothing, but I'd rather be happy in pediatrics making $200k as opposed to miserable in ENT making $500k (feel free to insert whatever specialties you'd want here, I'm just making these up). Radiology Residency Stipends (2017 - 2018 Academic Year) Year 1 Stipend: $65,744. No bullshit interactions (people there actually have a medical problem, and you can fix it). I want to do a loud slow clap for this. Interesting. They still tend to take call as they go hand in hand with surgeons. IR leadership has to fight for privileges against the political status quo, and regain turf that was taken. One IR guy I spoke to a while back was on call like every other day or something ridiculous like that as an attending. I could go on and on. I don’t think there will ever be starving IR and changing this paradigm only increased the exposure of IR to medical and public communities, which is good for the field. People who do well want to be rewarded. They are productive with numerous contributions to the literature, and they welcome … Firstly, selection bias. Academic versus private practice as well as location also play a large role in physician compensation. [–]Vibez420MD -4 points-3 points-2 points 2 years ago (4 children), You're essentially doing a residency and fellowship. Serious[Serious] Why are med students buying into the hype of IR? most PP jobs require you read a good amount of film, too. Salaries for residents training at NewYork-Presbyterian (NYP) are revised periodically and are competitive with similar northeast programs. (self.medicalschool), submitted 2 years ago * by dikbutkisMD-PGY1. I thought hard about doing surgery but long procedures, complications, hours and my distaste for cutting and seeing wounds/scars just didn’t do it for me. All the opportunities will probably be gone by the time the first IR/DR class finishes up, though. it is rare for an IR physician to earn the meat of their salary off interventional procedures (ports, biopsies, drains are NOT money makers, folks). Side rant but it blows my mind how much people are swayed by the current prestige and income of a specialty. I think arterial and neuro work is kind of lost. Jk now I want derm. As a major teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, the Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center offers superior academic training in a friendly, supportive atmosphere. [–][deleted] 5 points6 points7 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]koolbro2012M-2 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children), the AI boogie man, decreasing reimbursements means you're reading more and more for same money...also fear that radiology/imaging is a commodity and has alot of exposure to efficiency measures by insurances/policies/administrators, [–]masterfox72 -2 points-1 points0 points 2 years ago (0 children). It’s going towards venous, biliary, and IO, also some other things in between like women’s care (UFE, pelvic congestion syndrome). I love the thought of reading films. LOL HOLY SHIT I check this guys username every day for a second just to see if he does anything with this alt of his. Which is silly but medstudents love their prestige. Surgery graduates should be technicians who have mastered surgical and operative techniques, but IR docs are proceduralists who never get this. ~25 years ago there was a similar FOMO into it, and it became competitive, and look at it now. But obviously there is a lot of work to be done to get to that point. I'd never match it and there's more stuff I'd rather do so I'm not even bothering, but doing radiology without sitting in a dark room alone all day is pretty attractive. Resident salary for the past 3.5 years was about $50,000 (working close to 75 hours per week) so I was only able to make close to minimum payments. Also, as for turf wars, yes IR has been in turf war forever. I think everyone still thinking about IR should check it out. 92. The Wake Forest School of Medicine Diagnostic Radiology Residency program is renowned for its superior educational and research components and for the friendly atmosphere in the radiology department. Ports aren't money makers? do you see DR compensation going down further? But as long as think you will be happy doing what you see being done as a MS3/MS4, just go for it. Man, I really want one of those "$1mil" out in the middle of nowhere jobs. [–]strangerminds 3 points4 points5 points 2 years ago (5 children). It is no coincidence that the top students have somehow all become interested in the same handful of surgical subspecialties and derm. [–]attitudegratitudeMD-PGY1 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]MacKittanun 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (3 children), A lot of those folks go for EM, anesthesia. On the flip side they all hate their jobs, so there's that. It has happened before and will happen again. Graduates of our program have excelled in both academic and private practice. Why do you keep saying 265? EM is usually shift work and very little call. Our department is fantastic, and is really a large part of the reason we as a tertiary referral center have a last trick up our sleeves for all of these horrifically sick weird cases. it honestly doesn't make sense. 30 year old resident doctor with $310,000 in student debt just accepted my first real job with $230,000 salary. In a few years there will be almost certainly be a saturation of the IR market and then compensation will trend down. Heme-onc is even pushing into interventional oncology. Now dialysis centers are corporate owned and most nephrologists are someone's employee, [–]spartan039MD-PGY2 6 points7 points8 points 2 years ago (4 children). IR has become this big sexy field attracting some of the brightest of med students, yet i feel like very few understand the realities of IR. At my school only two people who had AOA out of the 10-15 did something other than something like derm, ENT, ophtho, vascular, etc. staying the fuck away from that. Just want to add that all GI residents will do procedures - upper and lower endoscopy - and that the additional procedural fellowship isn't called intervention GI but rather advanced endoscopy. I think the difference is although IR has been a thing since the 80s, in the last 10-15 years IR has gone through a bit of an internal tech revolution which has changed a lot of the politics about it. The national average salary for a Radiology Resident is $49,475 in United States. So much of this sub craps on surgery and while I will count myself first in line to say "different strokes..." I do wish GS folks were shown the same courtesy as well. How did you notice these trends? Filter by location to see Diagnostic Radiology Resident salaries in your area. Join. Until then, yes -- good on you and wow and all that, but still, yikes. He's only been an attending for 5 years and his already loving life. It's not even 1 year earlier. Plus some of the procedures IRs do (TIPS, TACE, etc.) El Paso, TX Area area . Most IR specialists are now under 50, and it seems that half of rads fellows are going into IR. Residents in diagnostic radiology in the United States make an average salary of $56,024 per year or $26.93 per hour. It could absolutely be a shift-based specialty with decent hours (like EM/hospitalist) or at least not 100 hours per week for years. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Its a good field, but the fundamentals of it did not change recently except for the fact that you can enter into it 1 year earlier. [–]GoljansUnderstudyMD-PGY3 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]YoungSerious 12 points13 points14 points 2 years ago (0 children), I like that a lot better than "Look, we had a 99% match rate!". The 95th percentile students bought "high.". Ironically, I think the DR lifestyle is worlds better than IR. General surgery makes about what psych does and for way more work. Or IR if they have a 265. [–]PleaseCoughSirM-4 88 points89 points90 points 2 years ago (10 children). That's no moon. [–]bubbachuckMD/PhD 40 points41 points42 points 2 years ago (2 children), Med school: we want people with a lot of research experience, Hospital: we want people who can see a lot of patients, [–]JanglesST1-UK 35 points36 points37 points 2 years ago (1 child). But that's just me. It's boards, grades, and research. [–]koolbro2012M-2 55 points56 points57 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]AventusManM-4 37 points38 points39 points 2 years ago (2 children), thats why my pussy is dry when i think of FM, [–]micmac1125MD-PGY1 13 points14 points15 points 2 years ago (1 child). This IRC channel is an entity that is independent of this subreddit listed here for the convenience of the community. So yeah, I'm not saying you're completely wrong but your perspective seems like limited to the small slice of the field that you've been exposed to. [–]PoorAuthor9 13 points14 points15 points 2 years ago (5 children). Mind letting me know what your background is? It's different from school to school. He didn't really even have a short list of interests. Which isn’t to say they aren’t important or what they do isn’t hard - but ask any vascular surgeon what the “easiest” procedures are and they’ll tell you endovascular... same for nsgy. The emphasis is on day-to-day residency information that is not covered on most educational sites. Its always been competitive and will always be competitive due to several reasons. Just working hard to try and get into those other fields doesn't necessarily cut it and the chance factor is higher. Sorry bro. On an IR away I did (at a place with 100% IR), the fellows I worked with were getting job offers to start their own IR departments. use the following search parameters to narrow your results: Please keep all topics germane to current medical students. [–]not_a_legit_source 5 points6 points7 points 2 years ago (0 children). vascular? Is their work easy? He did more due diligence than most people applying to the speciality. Do what you love don’t fuckin explain to anybody why you picked what you picked. Insurance pays $1200+ for a port. Damn this new IR thingy is the most sought after now???? A lot of those folks go for EM, anesthesia. So in that respect, it's satisfying. However, the people interested in surgery who swap to IR are going to be disappointed eventually. [–]zlhillMD-PGY3 22 points23 points24 points 2 years ago (5 children), Nephrologists used to own dialy$i$. ... We aim to become the reddit home of radiologists, radiographers, technologists, sonographers and lay-users interested in medical imaging. Those who aren't doing the hours aren't going to talk about it. He submitted that 5 months ago. IR is a brand new niche speciality that is still in flux and overlaps a ton with DR and the turf is still being fought over. [+]tank2kw comment score below threshold-9 points-8 points-7 points 2 years ago (0 children). Meh people say this all the time but it's a lot easier to get into med school than majoring in finance at a target/ivy league school and getting into exclusive hedge funds that are rife with nepotism. They just arent bred to drop their ego. [–]whinyanesthesiaM-4 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]To____A____ 109 points110 points111 points 2 years ago (21 children). [–]BiasPointer 15 points16 points17 points 2 years ago (5 children), He says as he applies for IR hoping to have all the options, [–]FucktheMcat22M-2 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (4 children), [–]BiasPointer 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]Shoompee 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children). Am one of the EM people, and I do like procedures. Should b more, [–]Middleofnowhere123 5 points6 points7 points 2 years ago (3 children). ...I think you might be doing your Schirmers on the wrong orifice, friend. Resident Salary and Benefits 2020-2021 Annual Resident and Fellows Stipend I feel that this will help navigate IR into becoming a specialty that can stand on its own i.e. Get an ad-free experience with special benefits, and directly support Reddit. Consolidation starts ramping up in the inpatient sector now since the outpatient market is getting eaten up. In the end, IR will always make new things up and (hopefully) hold on to it as long as they expand on less inhabited fields and require more of their imaging expertise. For example, in Minneapolis, MN you might make $213,571 per year. [–]-PM_ME_YOUR_PUNSM-4 16 points17 points18 points 2 years ago (13 children). Everybody wants to operate, but nobody want to lift no heavy ass surgical residency.... [–]AUPD111 133 points134 points135 points 2 years ago (14 children), [–]zlhillMD-PGY3 64 points65 points66 points 2 years ago (13 children). [–]spartan039MD-PGY2 4 points5 points6 points 2 years ago (6 children). I think it’s harder to get the relatively more lucrative medical career than it is to crush it in K-12 and land at a top ten undergrad business program that will provide you with the name and connections needed to pad your wallet. Those crazy earnings are probably only available to DR if you work crappy hours. IRs can open up their own practices. step is a 265 with research and connections in IR. I heard there is more RVU for reading images but they need IR guys to make contracts with hospitals and everyone splits the profits probably depending on seniority so doesn’t matter if IR has less RVU. Vascular has taken over most of the endovascular procedures that applied to them and virtually crushed IR in that turf war. IR fellowship right now is 1 year. 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And he not only did, BUT HE MENTIONED ME TOO. These companies just buy out the nephro practices right and left? Every surgeon everywhere throwing up their hands and saying "No clue what to do here"? The happiest 8 weeks of my 3rd year were doing exlaps, and I was thrilled to be doing them on sub-I. Yes, I get that it is probably different when you are the one doing it, but was I willing to bet on that being true after 20 years? Anesthesia can be a lot in terms of call, but no where near some of the specialized surgeons (at my hospital the Neuro guys take a week at a time) Average Radiology Resident Salary By Location While a radiology resident can average a salary of $153,575 per year, or $73.83 per hour, there are many opportunities for radiology residents to make more. For neuro IR, neurologists and neurosurgeons will see the stroke/aneurysm first and keep the patient. Institutional Information. I'm sure if I did interventional cards or ortho then I'd make more but that's just as hard as getting a Wall Street gig. The average salary for a radiology resident is $60,700, according to a new report published by Medscape. Call today to schedule an appointment or fill out an online request form. The only thing I'm searching for is looking forward to going to work. [–]PreMedinDreadM-3 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children). Yes agreed... and biopsies and drain placements don’t pay, so why would we take those back? Honestly man, if salary divided by work is important to you, this is a no brainer. [–]michael22josephMD-PGY1 16 points17 points18 points 2 years ago (0 children). Well spoken. Letters matter a lot for some specialties. 43.4k. Pay attention to what has happened over the past 10 years. Certain fields still have incentives and the financial means to own your own private practice (all those ambulatory surgery centers). The second triple bypass was meh. This puts radiology in the middle of the pack among all specialties. Do we join the AMA? Wasn’t bad, [–]AUPD111 52 points53 points54 points 2 years ago (33 children). Most IRs I've talked to love their job and are happy with their lifestyle. I think the tumor and vascular stuff is pretty cool but outside of specialized practices that’s not really the bread and butter. Yes, the jobs are not all 100% IR except for academic jobs and it can range from 50%-100% IR, and there are plenty of jobs that are majority IR. People suck at figuring out what will make them happy in the future, and we are no exception. Is the hardcore X-games redbull mentality helping anything? The average EM physician usually works like 35-45 hours a week but they can be at pretty obnoxious times; holidays, nights, weekends. [–]SorpalityMD-PGY2 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children). [–]strangerminds 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (1 child), [–]bitcoinnillionaireMD-PGY2 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (0 children). [–]JPLoseman7 14 points15 points16 points 2 years ago (18 children). The job market for IR right now is pretty lucrative. Since interest has been accruing while I was in medical school and residency, I have not even begun to dig into the principal debt. specialty where things don't necessarily get better or easier when you become an attending, neurosurgery is in this category as well right, [–]nerfedpandaM-3 25 points26 points27 points 2 years ago (0 children), [–]To____A____ 23 points24 points25 points 2 years ago (1 child). I missed the mark on that one. [–]poorlytimed-erection 12 points13 points14 points 2 years ago (1 child). We go into lecture by an ENT and he goes on for about 5 minutes about how they are the cream of the cream, prestige, hard to get spot. If you love cutting and title of surgeon than I think surgery is better for you. Work Hours/Call Frequency. if we weren't bent over some diabetic foot wound or some dead gut, who the fuck would be? You get to balance reading and procedures and if you want to be aggressive, can also think about seeing pts/building outpt practice. They think procedures = $$$ but oftentimes you're forced to do DR to finance your IR practice. Dunno why you are getting downvoted. [–]koolbro2012M-2 11 points12 points13 points 2 years ago (20 children). Moderation issues related to the IRC channel should be directed at the mods of the respective channel. I know a new grad who just got a job in SoCal between 300-400k which is pretty good. You're going to do a lot of DR. [–]CoastalDocM-4 32 points33 points34 points 2 years ago (0 children). Our IR department is fantastic. [–]FONClBrISCHMD-PGY3 7 points8 points9 points 2 years ago (0 children). should be directed to the PREMED subreddit. I think if you really want it though you can get a piece of the pie since everyone seems to have a full plate but just don’t expect hand outs. Transjugular biosy and after path comes back Y-90 coming right up. And as a larger point, I don’t really know any surgeons interested in learning it? I think OP is right. The program offers a varied practice, as well as active basic science, translational, and patient-centered research training, providing a broad range of experiences for our residents. Just chill all day and do fun, very brief, procedures all day. All submissions are required to include a tag so that they can be flaired and sorted. People follow bullshit heresay from this guy or that guy to form their ideas - half the time their source just heard it from another BS source...and the cycle continues until the stock plummets or rises. Most of us don't know 100% what we are going into and everybody will have some sort feelings of unease. Created Dec 1, 2008. Call IR. Most stuff IR does we have pretty willingly given up because it’s low yield relative to other things we could do with our time (biopsies, ports/lines, abscesses, drains). I went to med school straight after undergrad and started residency right after med school. Some of the places I went to had both IR/DR and ESIR with enough IR spots for both, but yea for the ones that have to go elsewhere, I could definitely see them not being as appealing to PD's as a 2-year fellowship DR applicant. It's in contrast to non-surgical specialties - like, why I picked EM over IM or something. A lot of the CT guided biopsies, etc, can easily be done by a surgeon. And at many institutions(particularly community b/c IR is cheaper than vascular for the same procedure). I'm sure I have a biased perspective, I'm from a successful area and everyone tends to do well on average, but that's probably pretty normal for med students. That being said, I think people doing IR likes it probably bc some of them didn’t know this field existed and it has procedures, technology, variety and minimally invasive approach (also good lifestyle, if you want it to be that way). [–]i_need_coffee_M-4 27 points28 points29 points 2 years ago (2 children). Topics will include surviving a radiology residency, radiology residency learning materials/books, financial tips, jobs, among other subjects that residents and other visitors may be afraid to ask or unable to find out. Only notes are basically prepopulated H&Ps. I'm not talking about 2018...I'm saying with the new fellowship structure that is happening in a couple of years, there will be many more spots. So I can totally respect the decision to do this, and I actually would like to do this if it weren't for the, I miss my wife, and my dog, and my life most days. so what is it then that is making IR so appealing? We get it: you don't like the OR. You only need one year of IR “fellowship/independent residency” however you wish to call it if you do ESIR. Patient with never before seen lymphatic destruction and widespread fluid collections? Senior Resident Engineer, Urgent Openings For the Private Medical Colleges, Resident Care Specialist and more! You only really see interventional cards/IR doing peripheral work at places that doesn’t have enough vascular coverage. By the third I was bored as fuck. Year 4 Stipend: $76,009. [–]BigRedReppin 9 points10 points11 points 2 years ago (1 child). [–]Chippewa18MD-PGY3 57 points58 points59 points 2 years ago (21 children). Time for a schirmer’s test. The moderators of the /r/MedicalSchool subreddit do not officially sanction/endorse any channel or take responsibility for any happenings within any channel. Thankfully, I just accepted an offer as an emergency physician with a starting salary of $230,000. Salary estimates are based on 3,319 salaries submitted anonymously to … Becuase there really isn't any standard, and there won't be for years. But— in my estimation— the road getting to that position was easier in comparison. [–]zlhillMD-PGY3 315 points316 points317 points 2 years ago (19 children). Edit: the bureaucracy is everywhere. Somewhere in the middle? For more extensive information on residencies at BIDMC, visit the Office of Graduate Medical Education. 9am-4:49 More and more big money started investing into healthcare, meaning more and more need to get the government on their side. One of the guys in the group I had talked to a number of times about this. (saw this last month). Had to check and make sure I wasn't reading one of my own posts. "Really, you would just sit and look at pictures? Life threatening Noseblood? Everyone has a story about getting shit on during their surgery rotation, and unfortunately they come here to vent and take it out on surgery people. No. Dear Applicants: Thank you for your interest in the Cleveland Clinic Diagnostic Radiology Residency program! Yep. EM does not take call unless its sick call. Hepatic mass? From no idea to entirely committed based on 5 minutes of salesmanship to your ego. Yah I miss my wife, and my dog, and my life most days, but honestly bro, if we weren't bent over some diabetic foot wound or some dead gut, who the fuck would be? Pardon my ignorance but where did you get this number from? Definitely truth. ENT attending says patient too unstable to go to OR without possible massive transfusion and permanent sinus damange, call IR, one sphenopalatine embolization later bleeding stopped. Me if my super old attending brings up politics today. What should I plan to do in the next couple year? [–][deleted] 3 points4 points5 points 2 years ago (1 child). And for the first time in nearly 2 decades, IR has leverage that they didn't always have in academic hospitals. Today's On-Call Contact Info (M-F 5pm-8am, Weekends, Holidays): For those covering contrast, please post at which site and your name, location, phone, and pager. [–][deleted] 1 point2 points3 points 2 years ago (0 children). For information about resident benefits and stipends, please visit the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Graduate Medical Education website. Had to do it either way, it was the perfect set-up. I can only speak from my experience, which is that many of my friends from high school will out earn me unless they decide to change careers, as will many of my relatives. 9 Senior Residents Radiology jobs available on Indeed.com. They need to see past the current climate and current $$$. Then why'd you go to med school???" Vascular surgery will see acute limb ischemia and AAAs. I think they'll be disappointed in those fields if they really wanted to operate but hey what do I know. that is a MAJOR red flag, imo. This guy has been ENT since. Recent Salary Reports Below are the most recent diagnostic radiology resident salary reports. [–]Middleofnowhere123 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (2 children), [–]lostgreyhounder 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago (7 children). Im sure IR will become less competitive over time and other specialities with equilibrate, [–]SorpalityMD-PGY2 4 points5 points6 points 2 years ago (4 children). [–]zlhillMD-PGY3 2 points3 points4 points 2 years ago (0 children). Posts not following this rule will be deleted. An attending told me that IR will probably be saturated in a couple years with everyone buying in at the top right now. From medical students to residents and fellows, learners follow a multidisciplinary and resource-rich curriculum that help them become future leaders in radiology and radiological sciences. My experience probably differs from yours. Bad job market basically. It will remain at a constant baseline as a speciality. 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