17 Mar 2023
Full-Time MD Radiologist – Nadiad
Radiologists provide patients with high-quality pictures and examinations while being sensitive to their requirements. Follows safe radiation practice guidelines. Leads by example and serves as a role model for other associate technicians. Direct patient care includes precise testing, physical exam preparation, lab draws, patient assessment and triaging, and clinical supply inventory management. Completes and processes the required documentation to conduct business and keep track of patient care. Serves as a clinical resource for unit staff and ensures the unit’s current practice standards.
Job Title : MD Radiologist
Location : Nadiad, Gujarat, India
Salary : $ 28.51 per hour.
Company : LocumLeaders
Job Type : Full-Time
- Determine whether or not pain is interfering with the imaging procedure, then contact the right physician for assistance and begin the PI process.
- making sure that all of the pictures that were taken and sent to the radiologist were written down so that both the patient and the doctor knew about all of the findings. The way radiology pictures are put together is based on procedure.
- 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.
- Has knowledge and abilities in simple and sophisticated percutaneous treatments, such as peripheral interventions. Responsible for patient safety, including the ability to diagnose cardiac arrhythmias and react according to emergency procedures, as well as operating an external cardiac pacemaker and defibrillator. In the case of a cardiac emergency, intervenes with appropriate treatment.
- 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.
- Federal and state regulations govern the manufacturing and distribution of contrast media and/or medications. The doctor notices the patient’s odd behavior. Reviewing and making changes to processes as appropriate.
- 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.
- Patients are taken to the radiology department after their exams are done. There, they are put on an x-ray table and told how to breathe and position their bodies so that the best pictures can be taken.
- Assists doctors in performing interventional procedures and offers diagnostic assistance by doing organ or body scans on patients. Prepares and places patients, and precisely chooses anatomical and technical parameters.
- Makes sure that operations on patients are done in a safe and effective way. Patients are put to sleep if needed, and safety rules for radiation are followed. Keeping up with the principles and clinical practices of cardiac care.
- Permission was granted by the appropriate authorities. To practice, you must be a fellow of the American Board of Radiology. Always be a member of the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).
- Knowing everything there is to know about diagnostic imaging, A minimum of two years’ experience as a radiologist, though more is better, Practice taking vital signs
- Registration as a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), or Cardiovascular Technician (CVT)) is required (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
- Residency in a radiology program, bachelor’s degree from a recognized medical or osteopathy institution