Located in beautiful Boise, Idaho, Gem State Radiology is a team of thirty-three radiologists and five Advanced Practice Providers who believe in delivering top-notch, specialized radiology services. Our dedication to excellence has earned us a reputation for providing exceptional service, which is highly valued by hospitals and healthcare providers in Idaho and eastern Oregon.
IMI’s radiologists are trained across a wide range of radiology sub-specialties. We have established a robust relationship with our referring providers and actively participate in a variety of multi-disciplinary conferences and initiatives.
Boise has quickly become a hidden gem for those seeking an outstanding quality of life. It boasts stunning natural scenery and a thriving outdoor recreation scene, making it ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. The city also has a booming economy and a welcoming community, making it an excellent place to settle down. Boise has something for everyone, whether you’re an urban explorer or a family looking for a new home.
Gem State Radiology offers radiologic services to 5 regional hospitals, with a focus on the Saint Alphonsus Health System (SAHS). SAHS’s main Boise campus is a 381-bed TSE facility that provides stroke, STEMI, trauma, and a variety of other sub-specialized medical services. Additionally, we operate a comprehensive outpatient imaging joint venture with St. Alphonsus called Intermountain Medical Imaging that features three locations in Boise and the surrounding area.
Gem State Radiology (GSR) is seeking a fellowship-trained breast imaging radiologist to join the practice. (Partnership track, full or part-time employee positions available – with employee positions negotiable to fit prospective candidate’s desires for work/life balance).
Gem State Radiology (GSR), a privately owned and operated premier radiologist group in Boise, Idaho, is seeking a remote night shift radiologist.
Gem State Radiology (GSR) seeks a fellowship-trained body or cardio-thoracic radiologist to join our privately owned sub-specialized radiology group. The ideal candidate would be interested in practicing general radiology with body or thoracic/cardiac sub-specialization.