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Radiologist Job Responsibilities
- Position patients to capture appropriate images.
- Work with lab technicians to guarantee image quality.
- Communicate and discuss test results with other physicians.
- Discuss results with patient, and family members if appropriate.
- Troubleshoot equipment errors and work with engineers to resolve malfunctions.
- Process X-rays in a timely manner to assist physicians with the diagnostic process.
- Prepare radiology equipment for use, ensuring that it is working properly for accurate scans.
- Review medical records and interview patients to understand their medical histories in preparation for conducting imaging.
- Instruct patients on properly preparing for imaging in advance of the procedure.
- Administer contrast material, both oral and IV.
- Follow federal, state, and medical center regulations and guidelines at all times when handling patient images.
[Work Hours & Benefits]
Radiologists are in high demand and often find themselves working in fast-paced environments. Most radiologists work longer than eight hours per day, often during evenings and weekends if they’re working in a hospital or other 24/7 medical settings. The quality of the imaging equipment is also an important benefit, so make your radiologist job description more attractive by describing any of the latest technology available for use.
Employers that hire radiologists offer traditional benefits like participation in group health insurance and 401(k) plans. Other benefits may include:
- Insurance: malpractice, basic life benefit, short term/long term disability
- Relocation assistance
- Liberal paid vacation
- Reimbursement for continuing education
- Paid expenses: medical license(s), specialty certification, fluoroscopy permit, board certification dues, specialty society dues
- Quarterly or annual productivity and quality bonuses
Radiologist Qualifications and Skills
In this section of the radiologist job description, share the necessary and preferred requirements so qualified radiologist candidates apply. For example, you may want to state that candidates must be able to:
- Proficiently conduct general radiology techniques, including X-ray, mammography, and ultrasound.
- Work well independently and with the patient’s other medical team members.
- Excellent vision with and strong attention to detail.
- Ability to train medical residents and other radiology staff.
Education & Experience Requirements
- Medical Degree—Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO)
- Valid state medical License
- Board Certified (BC) or Board Eligible (BE) in internal medicine
- 2-5 years related experience
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