Job Opening – Interventional Radiology Clinic
Location: Little Rock, ARKANSAS
Company: RADIOLOGY CONSULTANTS
Job Code: 20885149
Posted On: 12/25/2016
Become part of our growing IR Clinic with leading edge medicine and technology! Radiology Consultants is seeking a Registered Nurse for Outpatient Interventional Radiology Clinic in Little Rock, Arkansas. Applicant must have excellent communications skills & computer skills, as well as an accomplished team player. We offer excellent pay & benefits.
Make excellence your goal by joining the Radiology Consultants Interventional Radiology Clinic!
HOW TO APPLY
Email Resume To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax Resume To: 501-978-5417
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Our Interventional Radiology practice provides comprehensive services to refer and track patients. We have a full service clinic, so we can perform pre-procedure consultation and post-procedure follow up. To schedule a consultation with one of our Interventional Radiologists call: 501-227-5240 or the Clinic Direct Line 501-303-8566
WHAT IS A RADIOLOGIST?
Our radiologist are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating disease and injury through the use of medical imaging techniques. Our radiologist have gradated from an accredited medical school, passed a licensing examination and completed a residency of at four years of unique postgraduate medical education.
MRI & PROSTATE CANCER
According to Radiology Today, MRIs can provide highly accurate scans that can also precisely guide biopsies to help plan treatments that result in a better quality of life for patients. When a biopsy is needed, those guided with MRI or MRI/transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) Fusion techniques are increasingly seen as superior to conventional biopsy.