As a Radiologist for IRC you will use your knowledge and experience of medicine and technology to diagnose disease and injury with the use of modern imaging devices.
You will have successfully completed a Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology or equivalent. You will have Registration with the relevant State Medical Board as a Specialist Radiologist and recognition by the Health Insurance Commission as a specialist.
Your duties will include the full range of diagnostic imaging services.
At IRC, you’ll assist the Radiologist in the operation of radiographic equipment to produce images. You’ll also be responsible for explaining and performing procedures with patients, who have been referred by a medical practitioner.
You will have completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Medical Imaging Technology or equivalent.
Some of our larger Radiology practices employ a radiological nurse who provides for the physical, mental, and emotional needs of the patient who is undergoing tests or treatment in a radiology department.
Radiologic nurses must have graduated from a Bachelor Degree in Nursing or equivalent and must be licensed under the relevant State Nursing Council.