Overall Job Summary
The Consultant Radiologist will required to provide a high standard of individualized medical care based on current best-practice guidelines to guests and their families, and take an active role in working within multidisciplinary teams.
Interpret all imaging procedures independently in a fast-paced environment in all Diagnostic Imaging Areas (i.e., MRI, CT, and General Radiography) independently in a fast-paced environment ensuring patient safety and care is of optimum level.
The Consultant Radiologist provides appropriate patient care, supports members of the Diagnostic Imaging Department, and performs their duties in accordance to their signed clinical privilege.
As per contract
- Professionally Responsible To
Head of Department
- Reports To
Head of Department
- Interpreting and performing all or some of the following studies: fluoroscopy, ultrasound, radioisotopes, CT, and MRI scanning within the limits of their experience and clinical privileges.
- General clinical duties of a Consultant Radiologist.
- Perform specific radiological procedures as designated.
- Continuous medical support to all medical caregivers in the team.
- Leads educational and training programs for employees regarding equipment usage, new protocols, patient safety, and career development.
- Leads programs for performance improvement, efficiency and productivity, employee engagement and patient experience.
- Practices safety measures in radiography and Environment of Care.
- Double checks and confirms patient’s details in RIS/PACS before starting the procedure Ensures that a safe environment is maintained during diagnostic imaging exams.
- Maintain an appropriate level of continuous professional development as per DOH/DHA guidelines.
- Support to improve the operational systems, service processes and policies in support of the hospital mission; specifically support better management reporting, information flow and management, business process and organizational planning.
- Liaise with Diagnostic Imaging team and clinical caregivers on the suitability of clinical equipment and inventory supplies.
- Assists with service improvements in the operational systems and service processes.
- Keep up-to-date with the latest modern developments.
Professional Development and Education Responsibilities
- Maintain professional license as required by DOH/DHA.
- Keep skills up to date and increases knowledge and productivity.
- Demonstrate ability to adapt to varied age-specific patient populations.
- Demonstrate knowledge relevant to their scope and level of practice.
- Practice clinical role in accord with relevant legislation, guidelines and policies and will uphold patient rights derived from those documents to ensure professional standards are maintained.
- Assist in developing a suitable learning environment for caregivers and act as a mentor / preceptor in the supervision and teaching of peers.
- Accept responsibility to identify and meet own learning needs for professional growth by developing and sustaining own knowledge, clinical skills and professional awareness in accordance with Individual clinical registration requirements.
- Contribute to annual appraisal and be responsible for own Personal Development Programme.
- Actively attend mandatory training sessions and other internal education programmes.
- Develop own teaching skills and demonstrate evidence of participating in educational opportunities which meet the individual, service and organizational requirements.
- Complete competencies relevant to area of work.
Research and Development Responsibilities
- Assist in promoting clinical practice in line with relevant research.
- Maintain an awareness of evidence-based practice.
- Contribute to research and development programs within the centre.
Audit, Quality and Risk Management Responsibilities
- Display an effective and efficient use of his/her time.
- Demonstrate a good knowledge of safety policies and procedures; working according to safety rules and regulations as set by the organization towards a safe working environment.
- Contribute to the setting and monitoring of measurable standards of care and be accountable for maintaining standards.
- MBBS or MBChB or equivalent primary qualification.
- Completion of 5 Years Structured Radiology Training from a DOH recognized institution or from the licensing authority of the relevant country of training.
- Fellowship in MSK from Europe, Canada or USA is desirable.
- Minimum 2 years of working experience in a diagnostic imaging department after completion of Radiology Training.
- or 5 Years experienced in a JCIA facility is desirable.
Certification and Licensure
- DOH / DHA license
- FRCR, FCPS, DABR or equivalent.
- ACLS, PALS relevant to area of specialty is preferred
- RSNA, ACR, ESSR or ARRS is desirable.
Job Specific Skills and Abilities
- Proficiency in English is mandatory.
- Maintain knowledge of Diagnostic Imaging trends and education and Evidence Based Practices.
- Strong oral and written communication.
- Being able to speak in Arabic would be preferred.