McMaster University

McMaster University

INTRODUCTION

Diagnostic Imaging at McMaster University is based out of Hamilton Health Sciences and St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton. There are three large teaching hospitals at Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS), including McMaster University Medical Centre, Hamilton General Hospital and the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre, as well as the Chedoke site. Combined with the Diagnostic Imaging department at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton (SJHH), there are approximately 64 radiology faculty members, 4 Nuclear Medicine clinical faculty and 11 basic scientists. The regional Juravinski Cancer Centre (JCC) provides comprehensive cancer for the region. All sites are affiliated with McMaster University. Combined HHS, SJHH and JCC have over 1500 inpatient beds, as well as many active and varied outpatient programs. As a large tertiary referral centre for the Central West Region of Ontario and its population base of 2.3 million people, our facilities, programs and faculty members in Hamilton offer a comprehensive spectrum of health and disease expertise.

All of the clinical centres affiliated with McMaster University Diagnostic Imaging provide strong educational opportunities for residency training, post-residency fellowships, undergraduate electives, as well as the graduate program for Medical Physics. There are rewarding opportunities for faculty who are interested in education, clinical excellence, research and multi-disciplinary team experiences. We are committed to making a difference in people's lives and the future of our community, through integrated health services and internationally recognized programs.

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