Specialist in radiology
Specialist in radiology
Helgelandssykehuset, avd. Mosjøen
Helgelandssykehuset consists of three local hospitals, has about 1260 man-years and serves about 75 000 inhabitants. Helgelandssykehuset Mosjøen has a total of approximately 300 man-years. It serves a total of 17,000 inhabitants in the three municipalities Vefsn, Grane and Hattfjelldal.
Mosjøen is part of Vefsn, and has about 10,000 inhabitants. The city lies at the foot of the 800 meter high Øyfjellet and is known for its old wooden houses in Sjøgata. Mosjøen has a rich cultural life, especially in music and crafts. A wide range of recreational is offered, such as trekking in the scenic surroundings, downhill and cross country skiing, swimming pool, fitness center, café life, cinema, music, art and cultural environment.
The radiology department has a vacant permanent position as a licensed specialist in radiology. Accession by appointment.
Our hospital in Mosjøen can offer a wide spectrum of medical services to the inhabitants, and is supplemented with offers from the two other hospitals in our company. We have internal medical services with non-invasive cardiology, pulmonary diagnostics, gastroenterology and dialysis. We have outpatient surgery including urology, plastic surgery and orthopedics, and our neurological outpatient clinic has a sleep lab. The hospital also has a skin clinic and an eye clinic. The hospital has a midwife managed delivery room and a gynecologist.
It is a good working environment both within the department and hospital in general.
The applicant must master all types of radiological examinations including MRI. Exceptions are conventional angiography and mammography.
The radiology department consists of two radiologists, 6 radiographers, and 3 secretaries.
We have an MRI Phillips Achieve 1,5 T (2006), a GE Optima 660S, 64 slice (2012), a Accuson Sequoia UL (2003), and a Phillips Didi (2003) with direct digital image recording (bucky and stand) in addition to an analog Phillips universal workplace with fluoroscopy and image recording on the picture disc and camera. All images are stored in an AGFA PACS with two modern diagnostic works stations. Our department has a good interdisciplinary cooperation with other departments in the hospital, and also with GPs in the region. There is also a good working relationship with Nordlandssykehuset in Bodø and the University Hospital of North Norway (UNN), including tele-radiological services from UNN.
• Daily imaging
• Contribute to the maintenance and development of quality and service in the department
• Contribute to the preparation and updating of the department's practices and procedures
• Guide to Medical Specialization
• Participate in the department's daily operations
• Works well with patients and staff
• Solution oriented
• Arrangements for personal and professional development
• Opportunities for research work
• Assistance in obtaining housing and day care
• Good course and leave conditions
Appointments shall be made in accordance with applicable laws, rules and agreements. Beneficial retirement pension scheme in the KLP. Approved health certificate will be required for appointment. Salary by arrangement.
Helgelandssykehuset is an inclusive activity and urges eligible persons regardless of age, gender, disability, national or ethnic background to apply.
Further information about the position can be obtained by contacting head of institution Bjørg Rossvoll, ph: +47 75 11 52 04, head of department Kitty Holen, ph: +47 75 11 51 19 or radiologist Klaus Becker, ph: +47 489 39 177
Application deadline: August 26th 2012
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