17 Mar 2023
Full-Time Cardiothoracic/Chest Imaging Radiologist, Assistant/Associate – Duba
While bone x-rays are still the most common radiological treatment, CT scans, MRIs, ultrasounds, and other advanced diagnostic imaging technologies may now create a non-invasive, three-dimensional picture of practically any soft tissue bodily structure. The radiologist not only analyses the data of these incredible devices, but also performs a variety of specialty treatments.
Job Title : Cardiothoracic/Chest Imaging Radiologist, Assistant/Associate
Location : Duba, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 25.34 per hour.
Company : Mount Sinai Health System
Job Type : Full-Time
- the time, date, patient ID, and technician ID are all clearly indicated on all examinations, When transporting and executing treatments, it provides protection for patients. Complies with all deemed agencies, state and federal regulations, as well as all applicable laws.
- 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
- Basic and complicated percutaneous operations, such as peripheral interventions, may be performed by this individual. Caretaker of patients’ well-being, including the ability to operate an external pacemaker or defibrillator, and notice and react appropriately to irregular heartbeats in accordance with established emergency procedures. Treatment for cardiac crises is provided by a trained professional.
- Patients’ physical and cognitive capacities must be taken into consideration while modifying assessment procedures for each individual.
- Provides diagnostic assistance to doctors by doing organ or body scans on patients and assisting them during interventional procedures. Accurately determines patient needs in terms of anatomical and technical characteristics before preparing and positioning them.
- 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.
- Greets patients and walks them from the exam room to the radiology, Positions the patient on the x-ray table so that x-rays can be taken. Tells the patient how to hold their breath, hold their body in the right place, etc.
- employs effective infection control strategies, and can adequately explain the global precautionary principle
- The nurse does operations on the patient in a safe and effective way. Radiation safety rules are always followed to the letter when they are needed. Keeping a good understanding of how the heart works and how clinical procedures work.
- Assessing discomfort interfering with imaging procedures and contacting the relevant physician for help is possible.
- 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
- Diagnostic imaging expert Radiology experience desired (minimum 2 years), Vitals experience
- It is required to have a registration in either the field of Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), or Cardiovascular Technician (CVT)) (RCIS)
- 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.
- gotten permission from the right people to do it. To work, you must be a fellow of the American Board of Radiology. Always be a member of the Medical Protective Association (or equivalent).