vRad Careers


Our values reflect what is important to us and guide our daily behavior. We believe in our people. We respect our clients. And above everything else, we focus on providing exceptional patient care. And we’re proud that vRad was recognized as one of the 100 Best Companies to Work For by Minnesota Business magazine.


At vRad, you make a difference.  Our team members’ skills, energy and passion for results drive us to achieve strategic growth objectives and deliver quality patient care across the U.S. and around the globe.


We are currently seeking talented people to further our commitment to extending radiology and improving life. Please review our available radiologist and team member opportunities and submit your resume/CV for consideration.


About vRad

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vRad Snapshot

  • Founded 2001– an affiliate of MEDNAX (NYSE: MD)

  • 350+ U.S. board certified and eligible radiologists, 75% subspecialty trained
  • 2,100+ hospital, health system and radiology group facilities served in all 50 states
  • U.S.-based 24/7 operations and technical support center
  • World’s largest and most advanced PACS
  • The largest – and only – radiology patient care benchmarking platform (vRad RPC Indices) for statistically significant national peer performance comparisons 
  • 15 issued patents highlighting innovation in telemedicine workflows; additional patents pending on data normalization, and deep learning applications for computer assisted diagnostics
  • Nationally recognized for innovation and clinical leadership, including Frost & Sullivan Visionary Innovation Award Winner: Medical Imaging Analytics - North America
  • ICD-10 ready and 100% radiologists trained by October 1, 2015
  • Standard-setting Quality Assurance program emphasizing performance improvement since 2004 – delivers 99.7% accuracy
  • Trusted by stroke and trauma centers around the country – patent-pending stroke and trauma workflows increase the speed of high-quality radiology reports for patients