4 Feb 2023
Full-Time Vascular Interventional Radiologist – Narwar
According to department regulations, the radiologist conducts diagnostic radiographic, scan, mammography, bone density, ultra sound, or special procedures. Serves as the customer’s initial point of contact and is effective in meeting their imaging requirements. In the absence of the Radiologist, the Radiology crew is supervised. Maintains supplies for the department. Encourages collaboration and excellent customer service. Assists with employee discipline and yearly reviews. Maintains supplies and equipment for allocated sub departments, as well as scheduling for them.
Job Title : Vascular Interventional Radiologist
Location : Narwar, Madhya Pradesh, India
Salary : $ 25.14 per hour.
Company : Tal Healthcare
Job Type : Full-Time
- Patients are brought from their examination rooms to the radiology department, where they are placed on an x-ray table and instructed on how to hold their breath and arrange their bodies for the finest possible pictures to be acquired.
- Complies with federal and state regulations in the preparation and distribution of contrast media and/or pharmaceuticals. The narrator observes the patient and notices any unusual behavior. Inspects processes and makes suggestions for changes where necessary.
- Labels all tests with patient ID, date, technologist ID, and exam time. Protects patients during travel and operations Ensures agency, state, and federal compliance.
- Has the capacity to do both basic and complex percutaneous procedures simultaneously, such as peripheral interventions. An external pacemaker and defibrillator must be operated by someone who can recognize cardiac arrhythmias and react to emergency procedures appropriately. Intervenes with proper therapy in cardiac emergencies.
- Monitors records of photos captured and delivered to the radiologist to verify that all findings are provided to the physician and patient, According to policy, save all of the radiological pictures
- Capable of assessing discomfort interfering with an imaging test and contacting the relevant physician for assistance. Comprehends and participates in the PI process.
- Ensures that patients’ procedures are conducted in a timely and safe way. Radiation safety precautions are followed in the event that a patient has to be immobilized. Maintaining an understanding of cardiac principles and clinical methods.
- Adheres to all aseptic protocols throughout medical and surgical procedures, applies efficient infection control techniques, is able to offer a detailed explanation of the universal precaution concept, etc.
- 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.
- diagnostic help by completing organ or body scans and aiding with interventional therapies Determines patient anatomy and technical demands before preparing and putting them.
- Authorization to employ fluoroscopy and a state license Preferably a year of acute clinical radiography and current BCLS, state and federal laws (AHA). The JRCERT or ABHES seal
- Having at least two years of experience in Radiology is a must if you want to know everything there is to know about diagnostic imaging. Experience taking vital signs is needed.
- authorized to practice by the relevant board. Required to have a fellowship with the American Board of Radiology, Be required to maintain their membership in the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).
- a bachelor’s degree from a medical college or osteopathy college that is recognized together with active residency in a radiology training program.
- Required registrations include Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), and Cardiovascular Technician (CVT) (RCIS)