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Radiologist 1

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Sam Mandel

on 23 September 2012

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"The science of dealing with x-rays or nuclear radiation, especially for medical uses." Radiologist "Physician specialized in Radiology, the branch of medicine that uses ionizing and non-ionizing radiation for the diagnosis and treatment of a patient." Radiologist Know your job, and know it well Think quick and be able to make logical
judgements Goals of a
Radiologist Keep the patient safe & find diagnosis A Radiologist is in the Diagnostics Services career pathway. Skills Needed: Quick thinker, Problem Solver, Independent, Analytical and Good with technology. Education Graduate High School
Go to an accredited University- 4 years
Make it into Medical School-4 years
Internship- 1 to 2 years (paid)
Residency- 4 years (paid)
Fellowship-1 to 2 years (paid) Residency: Is a stage of graduate medical training. A resident physician or resident is a person who has received a medical degree who practices under the supervision of fully licensed physicians, usually in a hospital or clinic. Fellowship: A physician who enters a training program in a specific area completing residency, usually in a hospital setting. Finished (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Annual Income for a
Radiologist is anywhere
from $300,000 to $500,000.
The average salary is $395,606
and rising. Values: Radiologists have to deal with is the condition of the patient and what other Radiologist's may think. They don't deal directly with the patient, they read the x-rays and analyze them. The only thing they might have to deal with is a rarity, but a patient that's scared to take an x-ray. Future outlook on this job:

In 2012 there have been 291,900 reported jobs.
There has been a prediction of a 28% increase of jobs in this particular career from 2010 to 2020, based on trends of data today.
A day in the life of Richard Levey, MD.

"I arrive at the hospital at 7:30am. I perform fluoroscopy examinations, give epidural steroid injections for back and leg pain, review requests and direct technologists who do CT, MRI, and other scans. I interpret those scans , mammograms, chest x-rays, ultrasounds and other imaging studies. I spend about one hour on administrative tasks. I usually finish up between 5 or 6 p.m., but when I'm on call the day just keeps going." Being a Radiologist means
you'll be serving men, women,
children, the old, the young,
everyone. Working Conditions: Usually in a hospital,
they'll have their own
sector or area where it's
quiet and dark. Also can be in a clinic, too. Works Cited:
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