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Radiographer Job at Hospital Assist Nigeria (HAN)

Hospital Assist Nigeria (HAN) is one of Nigeria’s leading pioneer healthcare management consultancy company incorporated in 2005.
HAN is motivated by the inherent opportunities and challenges in developing a market that has good potential for continuous growth. Our goal is to make the difference wherever we are and whatever we are into.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Radiographer
Location: Lagos State

Job Description
Evaluate patients’ medical condition and history to determine most suitable radiographic technique for diagnosis
Interact with patients to offer them psychological support and address their concerns regarding an imaging procedure
Operate complex medical instruments such as CT scanners, X-ray, ultrasound, and several other imaging devices
Direct and supervise the activities of radiography assistants and trainee radiographers
Maintain proper records of patient details ensuring confidentiality of sensitive information
Explain to patients and their family the details of a procedure and ways to manage possible side effects
Regularly inspect diagnostic equipment to ensure they are functional and operate efficiently
Ensure compliance with health and safety guidelines to minimize risk of exposure to ionizing radiation
Correctly position patients prior to CT scanners, X-ray and ultrasound imaging in order to obtain high quality films

Key Requirements
Hold the Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Radiography or the Diploma of the College of Radiographers and be validated by the Department of Health.
At least 2 years’ experience of working in a Radiography Department.
Ability to manage in a rapidly changing environment and a willingness to undertake such additional duties within the Diagnostic Imaging Department as may be assigned from time to time
Strong awareness of Radiation Safety
Knowledge of Health & Safety
Demonstrate up-to-date knowledge of current theory & practice in Diagnostic Radiography

Application Closing Date
20th March, 2020.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their Cover Letter with CV attached to:
careers@hospassist.com
using the Job Title as subject of the email.

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