Full-Time Radiologist – Musculoskeletal Radiology – Samundri
The radiologist provides high-quality pictures and examinations while respecting patient requirements. Safely uses radiation. Leads by example for other associate technicians. Direct patient care includes testing, preparing for physical examinations, lab draws, evaluating and triaging patients, and monitoring clinical supply inventory. Completes business and patient care documents. Assists unit staff and ensures current practice standards.
Job Title : Radiologist – Musculoskeletal Radiology
Location : Samundri, Punjab, Pakistan
Salary : $ 25.38 per hour.
Company : WorkatHome-JobBoard
Job Type : Full-Time
- It’s important to ensure that each and every image is noted so that both the patient and the physician know exactly what was found. Images in radiology are categorized by process.
- Follows all aseptic protocols throughout medical and surgical procedures, uses efficient infection control measures, and can explain the universal precaution principle thoroughly, among other things.
- It is required that you have the capacity to charge correctly for all tests done while also conforming to the norms governing exams in the department.
- The nurse performs patient treatments in a safe and efficient manner. When radiation safety regulations are required, they are scrupulously followed. Keeping a good understanding of cardiac principles and clinical practices.
- provides diagnostic help by scanning patients’ organs and aiding with interventional therapies Before preparing and putting patients, evaluates anatomical and technological necessities.
- Has knowledge and abilities in simple and sophisticated percutaneous treatments, such as peripheral interventions. Responsible for patient safety, including the ability to diagnose cardiac arrhythmias and react according to emergency procedures, as well as operating an external cardiac pacemaker and defibrillator. In the case of a cardiac emergency, intervenes with appropriate treatment.
- Ascertains that all exams are labeled with the patient’s name, date, technologist’s name, and exam time. Patients are covered while in transportation and throughout surgery. Compliance with recognized agencies, as well as state and federal regulations.
- Assess discomfort interfering with imaging procedure, call appropriate physician for help, and engage in PI process.
- In the production and delivery of contrast media and/or drugs, adheres to federal and state requirements. While watching, takes note of the patient’s unusual conduct. Examines procedures and provides ideas for improvements as needed.
- Accompanied by an assistant, patients are escorted from their exam rooms to the radiology department, where they are put on an x-ray table and trained on how to hold their breath and position their bodies for the best possible images to be obtained.
- Preferably, a year of experience in acute clinical radiography, as well as knowledge of current BCLS, state, and federal laws.. Authorization for fluoroscopy must be obtained (AHA). Seals of approval from JRCERT or ABHES may be shown.
- Permission was granted by the appropriate authorities. To practice, you must be a fellow of the American Board of Radiology. Always be a member of the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).
- Diagnostic imaging experts who know about everything, A minimum of two years of experience as a radiologist, though more is better, Training in taking vital signs
- Doctorate in Radiology with residency in Radiation Oncology from an authorized med college
- It is essential to register as a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), or Cardiovascular Technician (CVT)) or Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS) (RCIS)