19 Mar 2023
Part-Time Radiologist – Attock
Technical aid and support are provided to the physician during percutaneous vascular operations by a Radiologist. It is anticipated that the radiologist would execute scrub and hemodynamic monitoring activities with carotid artery catheterizations in line with professional and departmental standards of practice and regulations. Care evaluation will be provided to patients before, during, and after the procedure. The person responsible for preparing and maintaining all relevant process information.
Job Title : Radiologist
Location : Attock, Punjab, Pakistan
Salary : $ 28.11 per hour.
Company : Northwell Health
Job Type : Part-Time
- Medical and surgical operations are carried out in accordance with aseptic protocols, using suitable infection control measures, etc.
- Patients are greeted and escorted between exam rooms and radiology, where they are put on an x-ray table and given instructions on how to hold their breath and position their bodies for optimum x-ray photographs to be obtained. X-ray technologist
- Prepares and gives out contrast media and/or medications within the accepted scope of practice and state and federal regulations, Watches the patient during the procedure and reports anything out of the ordinary. Monitors protocols and suggests changes or improvements when they are needed.
- 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.
- ensuring that all images taken and transferred to the radiologist are documented in order to ensure that all results are conveyed to both the patient and the physician Radiology images are arranged according to protocol.
- Ensures that patients’ operations are completed in a safe and timely manner. Patients are immobilized if required and radiation safety precautions are followed. Maintains knowledge of cardiac principles and clinical practices.
- Determine whether or not pain is interfering with the imaging procedure, then contact the right physician for assistance and begin the PI process.
- offers diagnostic support by scanning a patient’s organs or body, and it also helps doctors with treatments that aren’t done in a hospital. Before preparing and placing a patient, they accurately figure out what they need in terms of anatomy and technology.
- 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.
- Medical records are properly labeled with the patient’s name and date of birth as well as their technologist’s name and exam time Travel and surgical procedures are covered. Regulations set out by specified agencies, as well as those of states and the federal government.
- Well-versed in every facet of diagnostic imaging, A minimum of two years of prior experience in Radiology, with the latter requirement being highly recommended. Having experience taking vital signs
- You must be registered as a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), or Cardiovascular Technician (CVT)) (RCIS)
- As mandated by the State, a license and/or fluoroscopic permission. Current BCLS and all applicable state and federal rules must be understood (AHA), A minimum of one year of acute clinical radiography is recommended. a JRCERT or ABHES-accredited degree or diploma
- registered with the relevant board and holding a valid license. Should be a member in good standing of the American Board of Radiology, A continuing membership in the Medical Protective Association is required (or equivalent).
- Degree of Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy from an accredited school of medicine or osteopathy, Enrollment in a radiology residency program at the present time