Radiologist Job Description
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The Radiologist performs Diagnostic Radiographic, Scan, Mammography, Bone Density, Ultra Sound, or Special Procedures according to department protocols. Functions as the first-line interface with customers and are successful in the accomplishment of their imaging needs. The Radiologist supervises the Radiology staff in the absence. Maintains department supplies. Promotes teamwork and good customer service. Assists in annual evaluations and staff discipline. Does scheduling for assigned sub-departments and maintains supplies and equipment for assigned sub-departments.
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While skeletal x-rays remain the first radiological procedure usually performed on a patient, CT Scans, MRIs, ultrasounds, and other modern diagnostic imaging procedures can now produce a non-invasive, three-dimensional image of nearly any soft tissue body structure. The Radiologist interprets the test results produced by these remarkable instruments and also performs various specialty procedures.
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The Radiologist performs high-quality images and exams on patients while maintaining sensitivity to patient needs. Follows standards of safe radiation practice. Demonstrates leadership abilities and is a role model for other associate technologists. Provides direct patient care including accurate testing, preparing for physical exams, lab draws, assessing and triaging patients, and maintaining clinical supply inventory. Completes and processes appropriate paperwork necessary to conduct business and track patient care. Acts as a clinical resource to unit personnel and assures current standards of practice for the unit.
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We are looking for an enthusiastic licensed Radiologist with a passion for returning the patient to their best possible health.
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Under minimal supervision, the Radiologist performs basic to complex diagnostic radiographic procedures, as requested by a licensed physician. Exercises professional judgment in providing health care services, and applying x-ray energy, to assist in the diagnosis or treatment of patients in all age groups.
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Radiologist performs radiologic images as directed by the physician or physician assistant and assists the clinic nurse with clinical duties as needed.
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We are looking for a Radiologist to join our team.
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Under general supervision, a Radiologist provides technical support and assistance to the physician during percutaneous peripheral vascular procedures. The Radiologist will be expected to perform scrub and hemodynamic monitoring duties with vascular catheterizations using clinical knowledge, technical skills, and professional judgment by professional and departmental standards and protocols. Will provide care assessment before, during, and post-procedural instruction to patients. Prepares and maintains all pertinent information related to procedures.
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We are looking to add a Radiologist to our growing team.
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We are looking to add a Radiologist to our team for our rapidly growing practice.
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Frequently asked questions
What does a radiologist do?
A radiologist is a medical doctor who specializes in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical imaging technologies such as X-rays, ultrasound, CT scans, MRI, PET, and nuclear medicine. Radiologists interpret the images produced by these technologies to help diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions, including cancer, heart disease, and injuries from accidents.
What skills does a radiologist need?
In addition to medical expertise, radiologists need several skills to perform their job effectively. These include:
Attention to detail: Radiologists must have a keen eye for detail to interpret medical images accurately.
Analytical skills: Radiologists must be able to analyze complex medical images and make informed decisions based on their interpretation.
Communication skills: Radiologists often work with other healthcare professionals, so they must be able to communicate their findings effectively to patients, other doctors, and healthcare staff.
Interpersonal skills: Radiologists must be able to work effectively with patients, particularly those who may be nervous or in pain.
Technical skills: Radiologists must be skilled in the use of medical imaging technologies and understand how to operate complex equipment.
Problem-solving skills: Radiologists must be able to solve complex medical problems and make decisions based on incomplete or uncertain information.
Overall, radiologists need a strong foundation in medical knowledge and an array of technical and analytical skills to diagnose and treat patients effectively.