27 May 2023
Full-Time Medical Director – Hail
A radiologist assists the doctor during percutaneous peripheral vascular treatments. The radiologist will scrub and monitor hemodynamics during vascular catheterizations utilizing clinical knowledge, technical skills, and professional judgment. Care evaluation before, during, and after procedures. Maintains procedure-related information.
Job Title : Medical Director
Location : Hail, Hail, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 25.3 per hour.
Company : Integrity Locums
Job Type : Full-Time
- 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.
- Can properly comprehend the universal precaution concept and maintain medical and surgical aseptic procedures.
- While accompanying the patients between exam rooms and x-ray, the radiographer instructs the patients on how to hold their breath and position their bodies for the best possible x-ray images. X-ray techs.
- Prepares and dispenses contrast media and/or drugs in accordance with the approved scope of practice and relevant state and federal laws. Observes the patient during the surgery and notes any unusual behavior. Monitors protocols and proposes modifications or improvements as needed.
- Ascertain if the patient is feeling any discomfort that might interfere with imaging and get help from the relevant physician before continuing the PI procedure.
- logging all images provided to the radiologist to ensure all results are given to patient and doctor. Procedure organizes radiology images.
- 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.
- Sophisticated percutaneous surgeries such as peripheral interventions may be performed at the same time. For an external pacemaker and defibrillator to work well, it must be operated by someone who is competent to recognize cardiac arrhythmias and react to emergency procedures appropriately. Intervenes with the necessary therapy in cases of cardiac emergencies.
- Labels all tests with patient ID, date, technologist ID, and exam time. Protects patients during travel and operations Ensures agency, state, and federal compliance.
- Adheres to the department’s exam protocols, adapts patient treatments based on the patient’s physical and cognitive abilities, and appropriately invoices for all exams performed.
- Board-licensed. Must be an ABoR fellow MPA membership required (or equivalent).
- Being well-versed in every facet of diagnostic imaging requires, Having at least two years of experience in Radiology is greatly recommended. Vitals taking experience
- Eligibility for registration as a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist (RCIS), a Registered Radiologic Technician (RT(R), or a Cardiovascular Technician (CVT), or a Registered Cardiovascular Invasive Specialist is required (RCIS)
- Residency in a radiology program, bachelor’s degree from a recognized medical or osteopathy institution
- State-mandated certification or fluoroscopy permit, Current BCLS certification, familiarity with state and federal standards (AHA), Preferably one year of acute clinical radiography experience, Graduate of a JRCERT or ABHES-accredited program