30 Jan 2023
Part-Time Breast Imaging Radiologist – Suez
The Radiologist conducts simple to sophisticated diagnostic radiography procedures under the direction of a qualified physician with little to no supervision. Provides health care services, using x-ray energy, to aid in the diagnosis or treatment of patients of all ages, using expert judgment.
Job Title : Breast Imaging Radiologist
Location : Suez, Al-Suways, Egypt
Salary : $ 28.39 per hour.
Company : Health + Hospitals – Coney Island
Job Type : Part-Time
- While accompanying the patients between exam rooms and x-ray, the radiographer instructs the patients on how to hold their breath and position their bodies for the best possible x-ray images. X-ray techs.
- ensuring that all pictures collected and sent to the radiologist have been logged to guarantee that all findings have been communicated to both patient and physician. Radiology pictures are organized in accordance with procedure.
- Ensures that all examinations are appropriately labeled with the patient’s ID, date, technician’s ID and examination time, Transport and surgical operations are also covered by this blanket. Ensures that all designated agency, state and federal rules, and policies are met.
- Assessing discomfort interfering with imaging procedures and contacting the relevant physician for help is possible.
- offers diagnostic support by doing organ or body scans on patients and assisting doctors with interventional treatments, Accurately determines patient needs in terms of anatomical and technical aspects before preparing and placing them.
- The nurse ensures that patient operations are carried out safely and efficiently. In the event that radiation safety regulations are required, they are scrupulously followed. Maintaining a working knowledge of cardiac principles and clinical practices.
- Basic and complicated percutaneous operations, such as peripheral interventions, may be performed by this individual. Caretaker of patients’ well-being, including the ability to operate an external pacemaker or defibrillator, and notice and react appropriately to irregular heartbeats in accordance with established emergency procedures. Treatment for cardiac crises is provided by a trained professional.
- Maintains compliance with the department’s exam protocols, modifies patient procedures in accordance with the patient’s physical and cognitive capabilities, and accurately bills for all examinations carried out.
- 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.
- Prepares and dispenses contrast media and/or drugs according to state and federal laws. Reports odd patient behavior during operation. Monitors protocols and suggests updates/refinements.
- Permission to use fluoroscopy and a state-issued license Preferably a year of acute clinical radiography and current BCLS, state and federal regulations (AHA). The JRCERT or ABHES accreditation
- A minimum of two years of experience in Radiology is highly recommended in order to become well-versed in all aspects of diagnostic radiology. Experience taking vital signs is necessary.
- Got a license from the right organization. To work, you need to be a fellow of the American Board of Radiology. Always be a part of the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).
- Residency in a radiology program, bachelor’s degree from a recognized medical or osteopathy institution
- Required registrations include Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), and Cardiovascular Technician (CVT) (RCIS)