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Raymond Montecalvo, MD

Originally from New Jersey, Ray Montecalvo earned his bachelor’s degree from Franklin & Marshall College in 1981. Dr. Montecalvo received his medical degree from The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark and completed his fellowship in US/CT/MRI at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. He was an assistant professor of radiology at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital from 1991-1992. In 1992, Dr. Montecalvo joined Naples Radiologists in Naples, Florida and was chairman of the radiology department at Naples Community Hospital from 1997-2004. In 2005, Dr. Montecalvo joined vRad. He is a practicing member of the vRad radiology staff with the expertise in US/CT/MRI radiology. In addition to reading, as medical advisor for vRad radiologists, Dr. Montecalvo uses his expertise to implement workflow and practice efficiencies.

What Every Radiologist Should Know Before Signing a Contract

For a radiologist exploring new opportunities, here’s a familiar scenario: You’ve had the interview, you've been offered a position and now you're reviewing the contract. But do you know what to look for? Do you know what important points may not be explicitly included in writing? Many factors come into play when a radiologist considers signing a contract for employment. It often comes down to two things: Time and money. Here are some particular points you should consider before you sign.