9 Feb 2023


Alpha Medical Group – Posted by JobsTeam Doha, Ad Dawhah, Qatar

Job Description

Patients may expect high-quality photos and examinations from a Radiologist who is also sensitive to their individual requirements. Radiation safety guidelines are adhered to. Leads by example and serves as a role model for the other associate technicians in the department. Accurate testing, preparing for physical examinations, blood draws, evaluating and triaging patients, and keeping clinical supply inventory are just some of the responsibilities of a medical assistant. Appropriate documentation is completed and processed for business and tracking patient care. Serves as a clinical resource for the unit’s staff and ensures that the unit’s practice standards are up to date.

Location : Doha, Ad Dawhah, Qatar
Salary : $ 25.81 per hour.
Company : Alpha Medical Group
Job Type : Full-Time


  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Has understanding of fundamental and advanced percutaneous treatments, such as peripheral interventions. Must be competent to identify cardiac arrhythmias and react according to emergency procedures, operate external cardiac pacemaker and defibrillator. Intervention in cardiac crises.
  • Monitors records of pictures captured and sent to the radiologist to verify that all findings are communicated to the physician and patient. According to procedure, save all radiological photos in accordance
  • Diagnostic help involves doing organ or body scans and aiding with interventional therapy. Determines anatomical and technical patient requirements before preparing and putting.
  • Makes sure all exams are correctly labeled with the patient’s name, the date, the technologist’s name, and the time of the exam. covers patients while they are being moved and while procedures are being done, Makes sure that all deemed agencies, State, and Federal rules are followed.
  • Follows the department’s exam procedures, makes changes to the procedures based on the patient’s physical and mental abilities, and bills for all exams done in the right way.
  • Assessing discomfort interfering with imaging procedures and contacting the relevant physician for help is possible.
  • Offers all the services needed to safely and quickly finish a patient’s procedure. Keeps up-to-date on cardiac concepts and clinical practices, immobilizes patients as needed, and follows safety procedures for radiation.
  • Maintains aseptic standards throughout the duration of medical and surgical operations, employs appropriate infection control measures, etc.


  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited medical college and radiology residency.
  • Accredited by the right board. Should be a member of the American Board of Radiology, Must keep their membership in the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).
  • Diagnostic imaging expert Radiology experience desired (minimum 2 years), Vitals experience
  • State-required certification and/or fluoroscopy permit Current BCLS, as well as state and federal laws and regulations, must be mastered (AHA), Radiographers with at least one year of acute clinical experience are desirable. Graduate of a JRCERT or ABHES-accredited program.
  • Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), or Cardiovascular Technician (CVT)) or RCIS is required (RCIS)

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Job Categories: Radiologist. Job Types: Full-Time.

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