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Breast Imaging Radiologist
Job Title: Mammographer Needed in Indianapolis | Partnership Track
Radiology of Indiana is seeking an on-site, full-time; ABR fellowship-trained Breast Imager to join our expanding private practice group. This is a partnership track position, but other employment opportunities are available, including part-time. One of our largest hospital partners, Community Hospital Network, has a formal affiliation with MD Anderson Cancer Center. Our group has played an integral part in that affiliation, and the breast imagers participate in the multidisciplinary cancer teams and weekly tumor boards at all MDA-affiliated sites. Our breast imagers work closely with our breast surgeons and oncology teams on a daily basis. Workdays consist of breast imaging and breast biopsies, with occasional shifts worked from home doing general radiology. We have also recently acquired the ability to read our breast imaging studies from home and plan with future growth to incorporate a rotating local breast imaging work-from-home slot.
Candidates can expect:
-Call is shared equally and taken from home. No overnight call requirement.
-12 weeks of vacation, with non-seniority-based vacation distribution
-Multiple opportunities for moonlighting with the ability to buy and sell shifts.
-Excellent compensation package, with an extremely competitive base salary
-Excellent partnership bonus compensation, with quarterly distributions
-Thriving physician-led, professional group
-Group-owned URP (Unified Radiology Platform)-one platform from which all studies are read, no matter the site of origin. Allows flexibility for growth.
-Group-owned IT company- our own IT staff run and maintains our PACS allowing for multiple joint ventures that provide substantial passive revenue streams.
-Robust operational support and resources in a collegial work environment.
-Opportunity for all physicians to participate in growth and leadership roles in the practice.
-24/7 support of Reading Room Coordinator (RRC)-helps facilitate contact with referring clinician on call, need for prior films, etc. The instant message system built into the URP makes communication seamless.
Indianapolis is a major Midwestern city with a vibrant downtown and attractive suburbs. It is host to two professional sports teams (Colts and Pacers) and is conveniently located near two Big Ten universities.
Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, and Westfield are a few of the suburban towns with exceptional school systems.
If interested, please submit your CV and cover letter.
Radiologists Needed in the Metro Indianapolis Area -- Partnership Track
Radiologists Needed in the Metro Indianapolis Area — Partnership Track
Radiology of Indiana (ROI) is seeking hires for the 2024 and beyond time frame to join our growing organization. This is an ideal opportunity for someone finishing training in June 2024 and future graduates to secure a partnership track position with one of the largest physician-owned private practices in the country. Any and all generalists and subspecialists are welcome to apply. We are looking for long-term partners who are not only strong radiologists but who are also willing to do the non-clinical work to help maintain and grow our practice.
Candidates can expect:
- Call is shared equally and taken from home. No overnight call requirement.
- 12 weeks of vacation, with non-seniority-based vacation distribution
- Multiple opportunities for moonlighting with the ability to buy and sell shifts.
- Excellent compensation package, with an extremely competitive base salary
- Excellent partnership bonus compensation, with quarterly distributions
- Thriving physician-led, professional group
- Group-owned URP (Unified Radiology Platform)-one platform from which all studies are read, no matter the site of origin. Allows flexibility for growth.
- Group-owned IT company- our own IT staff runs and maintains our PACS allowing for multiple joint ventures that provide substantial passive revenue streams.
- Robust operational support and resources in a collegial work environment.
- Opportunity for all physicians to participate in growth and leadership roles in the practice.
- 24/7 support of Reading Room Coordinator (RRC)-helps facilitate contact with referring clinician on call, need for prior films, etc. Instant message system built into the URP makes communication seamless.
Indianapolis is a major Midwestern city with a vibrant downtown and attractive suburbs. It is host to two professional sports teams (Colts and Pacers) and is conveniently located near two Big Ten universities. Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, and Westfield are a few of the suburban towns with exceptional school systems.
If interested, please submit your CV and cover letter.
Radiologist Assistant (RA)
Radiology of Indiana
The purpose of this position is to perform Radiologist Assistant duties with accuracy and efficiency. This is to be accomplished in accordance with established company policies and procedures.
2 years of experience as Radiologist Assistant preferred.
Graduate of approved Radiologist Assistant program. RAs must be certified as radiographer by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and have passed the RA certification examination offered by the ARRT. Must fulfill continuing education requirements to maintain (ARRT) registration. ACLS certification required.
ARRT license and Indiana State license required
Chief Operating Officer
Listed below are major duties and responsibilities of the Radiologist Assistant. The person hired for this position is delegated the authority, responsibility, and accountability to carry out his/her assigned duties. Even though the job description is broad, every effort has been made to make it as complete as possible. However, it must be emphasized that this position may be required to perform other duties and activities.
- The RA takes a leading role in patient management and assessment. Duties in this area include determining whether a patient has been appropriately prepared for a procedure, obtaining patient consent prior to beginning the examination, answering questions from the patient and his or her family, and adapting exam protocols to improve diagnostic quality. The radiologist assistant also is expected to serve as a patient advocate, ensuring that each patient receives quality care while in the radiology department or clinic. Call coverage on a rotation basis through several hospital is required.
- The radiologist assistant performs selected radiology examinations and procedures under the supervision of a
radiologist. The level of radiologist supervision varies, depending on the type of examination. These primarily include, but not limited to.
- Fluoroscopy barium studies (geriatric, adult, and pediatric patients)
- Joint injections/aspirations/arthrograms
- Lumbar Punctures/Myelograms
- Nasoenteric tube placements
- VCUGs/Cystograms (adult and infant bladder catheter insertions)
- Modified Barium Swallows
- The RA may be responsible for evaluating image quality, making initial image observations, and forwarding
those observations to the supervising radiologist. The supervising radiologist remains responsible for providing
a final written report, an interpretation, or a diagnosis.
- Image acquisition and communication of image evaluation reports.
- Document clinical history and physical examination, informed consent, and procedural notes in patient’s electronic medical record.
- Appropriately document and record procedure(s) following policy and procedure guidelines for quality assurance and safety standards.
- Perform imaging procedures under direct/personal supervision of the radiologist, make initial observations, and communicate those observations to the radiologist.
- Provide physician-prescribed post-care instructions to patients.
- Communicate radiologist’s report to referring physician following ACR communication guidelines.
- Performing follow-up patient evaluation and communicating findings to the radiologist.
- Write discharge summary as directed for review and co-signature by the supervising radiologist.
- Act as a liaison between the supervising physician and ancillary staff to ensure quality of patient care. Create initial dictation of bone densitometry and calcium score exams for radiologists to interpret and finalize.
- Provides direct patient care
- Works with the hospital’s technologists, speech therapists, and imaging administrative staff.
- Uses universal precautions while completing procedures.
- Provides on-call services as directed by the Radiologists and/or Chief Operating Officer
- Completes histories and physicals.
- Provides acute and chronic care per protocol.
- Triage’s patient phone calls to facilitate patient care delivery.
- Responds to medical emergencies.
- Completes procedures within their scope of practice under the supervision of the Radiologists
- Communicates effectively with colleagues, patients, physicians, and administration.
- Demonstrates positive and effective verbal communication skills with patients, families, and co-workers.
- Demonstrates effective written communication skills.
- Documents clearly and concisely.
- Documents clinical information in the patient record.
- Maintains, interprets, and applies basic clinical practice statistics.
- Educates patients and families.
- Provides staff education formally and informally.
- Demonstrates efficient management of time and resources.
- Adheres to practice standards and RA code of ethics.
- Utilizes and conducts research/inquiry appropriate to clinical setting.
- Provides leadership.
- Serves as role model and resource.
- Attends and participates in required meetings.
- Formulates appropriate professional goals.
- Evaluates goal attainment and revises goals on an on-going basis.
- Acts as a patient advocate by maintaining patient confidentiality.
- Ability to develop health education and marketing programs and materials.
- Cooperate and upholds the policies and procedures of Radiology of Indiana and hospitals.
- Comply with all HIPAA Privacy and Security Policies and Procedures.
- Perform other related duties as may become necessary or as directed by the Radiologists.
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