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Basic Function

To interpret and perform diagnostic and therapeutic imaging procedures within the Scope of Radiology Services Division.


Radiology services are provided in Dhahran Health Center, Ras Tanura, Abqaiq, Al-Hasa, Udhailiyah, and Tanajib. On site, radiologist coverage is provided in Al-Hasa, and Dhahran. The total examinations performed annually approximate 155,000. The service includes: plain films, fluoroscopy, GI studies, angiography, invasive procedures, CT, ultrasound, MRI, and nuclear medicine. Administrative support is provided by the Chief Radiologist. Professional supervision and monitoring is performed through a structured Quality Improvement Program, encompassing peer review and conferences.

Principal Contacts

Principal contacts are within JHAH including: referring physicians, radiology staff, other hospital staff and direct patient contact during the performance of imaging examinations. Daily contacts are made as consultations to ensure a high standard of medical care and to fulfill the Mission of JHAH.

Principal Duties

  • Serves as a diagnostic radiological consultant to Saudi Aramco physicians. When specifically requested through appropriate channels may consult with non-JHAH physicians.
  • Interprets all types of general radiological examinations. Interprets and performs those requiring fluoroscopy, special procedures, angiography, ultrasound, radioisotopes, CT, and MRI scanning within the limits of his/her training, experience, and clinical privileges, and with the approval of the Chief of Radiology.
  • Participates in physician conferences and rounds.
  • As requested may need to travel to Abqaiq, Ras Tanura, Al-Hasa and 'Udhailiyah for discussion of problem cases, clinical rounds or lectures. Will liaise and provide support for the clinics outside of the DHC when requested.
  • Works with other physicians on special projects and research programs as suggested or approved by the Chief Radiologist.
  • Responsible to work with tehnologists and when appropriate to instruct the technologists in specialized views and positioning of patients when unusual or difficult problems arise.
  • Participates in the Quality Improvement Program of the Service to meet JCAHO and ACR standards.
  • Participates in the teaching of technologists and medical education of physicians and those in training.
  • Performs other miscellaneous related duties as requested by the Chief Radiologist.


 Specialized training or 4 years’ experience as a practicing radiologist.

Other requirements as applicable

  • Good command of oral and written English.
  • Must have the ability to adjust to group practice in an industrial environment involving an understanding of corporate organization, personnel administration.
  • Must be able to work with a positive attitude with colleagues of varying training background.
  • Capable of seeking solutions.
  • Must have a thorough knowledge of medical ethics.