The ideal candidate is proficient in:
- High quality therapeutic and diagnostic services to include the following, but not limited to:
- Using imaging modalities such as fluoroscopy, x-ray, MRI, CT, and ultrasound to treat a variety of diseases.
- Interpretation of medical images and invasive diagnostic imaging
- Administering treatments to patients to include biopsies, drainage catheter placements, port and PICC line placement, nerve block, and bone/joint injections.
- Providing clinical evaluation, consultation and management of patient
- Interpreting results, completes final reports/documentation, and communicates to the referring physician within 48 hours.
- Establishes good rapport with patients, staff, and administration
- Provides oversight of technicians and other ancillary staff involved in the interventional procedure and operating suite.
Opportunity to support the Chief Medical Officer
- Provides leadership in the Radiology Department
- Collaborates with hospital and system leaders in the planning and implementation of future goals
- Participates in Medical Staff/Quality Improvement committees and their respective activities
- Assists with appropriate training for staff
- Graduate of an accredited School of Medicine or EC FMG Certification
- Current unrestricted medical license in the State of Hawaii
- Residency training in Diagnostic Radiology completed
- Board certified in Diagnostic Radiology; completed a fellowship in Interventional Radiology with extensive training in both diagnostic and interventional therapy
- Certificate in Diagnostic Radiology and Vascular and Interventional Radiology
- During period of employment, shall be and remain a member of the QNHCH medical staff in good standing with appropriate privileges without restriction
- Demonstrated expertise in radiation safety, radiation physics and the biological effects of radiation and injury prevention
- Two (2) to three (3) years of inpatient and outpatient Interventional Radiology experience
- Five (5) years of inpatient and out patient Interventional Radiology experience preferred
- Two (2) to three (3) years of inpatient and outpatient experience in a multi-hospital health system setting preferred
- Experience in working in a rural healthcare community
- Qualified for an appointment on the faculty of the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine
The Queen's North Hawaii Community Hospital is a 35-bed rural acute care hospital located in Waimea, Hawaii Island. More than 300 employees and over a dozen employed physicians staff the main hospital, as well the outpatient clinics located in the Lucy Henriques Medical Center and at our Primary Care Clinic located near Longs Drugs.
The Queen's North Hawaii Community Hospital holds the following recognitions:
- The Joint Commission accreditation
- Level III Trauma Center designation
- Kohala Home Health Care – TJC accredited; designated Top Agency of 2016/HomeCare Elite
- Baby-Friendly designated birth facility by Baby-Friendly USA, Inc.