Mutaz Ibrahim Yasien Ahmed

  • Riyadh Riyadh

Radiology Technologist

Work History

Work History
Jun 2011 - Apr 2015

KhalidAlajaji Medical clinic

KhalidAlajaji Medical clinic

Position: Radiology specialist Duration: Work description: Perform X-Ray exams and supervise the technicians working in my department, produce Patients reports and status. Perform all Ultrasound exams and reports. Control the quality of the medical imaging outcome.

May 2008 - Jun 2011

Radiologic Technologist

Wad Madani teaching Hospital, The Modern Diagnostic Radiology Center

Department Conventional Radiology and Computerize Tomography(CT SCAN) Position Radiologic Technologist

Jan 2006 - May 2008

Head of Radiology

Abu Aushar Teaching Hospital

Position Head of Radiology Department Duration Responsibilities § Position Commitments Performed routine diagnostic imaging procedures according to departmental protocol, policy and procedures. Established standards of practice, operated radiographic equipment, developed film, prepared room, equipment, supplies and medications. Provided patient care services utilizing general and specialized imaging modalities under the direction of a physician but not requiring constant technical supervision. Provided radiology services to patients of all ages. Applied ionizing radiation in the performance of a variety of technical procedures for radiological diagnosis. Responsible for patient care safety. Assisted physicians in the performance of procedures and the administration of contrast media. Assumed responsibility for designated procedures and equipment. Participated in orientation of Radiology Department staff. · Worked cooperatively with members of the health care team to maintain standards for professional Radiological Technologist practice in the clinical setting. Complete diagnostic radiographic procedures in the radiology department of a 500-bed teaching hospital. Perform ultrasounds, MRIs, CT scans, X-ray imaging, portable radiography and fluoroscopic procedures. Serve a diverse caseload including newborns, infants, children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients. Interpret data and provide recommendations for optimal patient care. Manage 12 to 15 procedures per shift, while maintaining high quality of care. · Mastered radiology/hospital information systems including RMS, IDX Carecast(scheduling/registration/admitting) and TDS Order Entry.

Oct 2004 - Dec 2005

Ct Technologist

Giad Specialized Hospital
  • Take x-rays of trauma patients, pediatric and geriatric
  • Using portable machine on the floors and ICU. CT training
  • Work in OR running C-Arm for surgery and special procedures
  • Maintained and prep exam rooms .
  • Perform radiographic techniques, position and operate conventional and special equipment for the purpose of performing mammographic examinations.
  • Perform administrative work and quality assurance to facilitate the scheduling of patients and the accuracy and completeness of records in the Diagnostic Imaging Division.
Apr 2003 - Jun 2004

Rad Tech

Alobied Military Hospital
  • Take x-rays of trauma patients, pediatric and geriatric
  • Using portable machine on the floors and ICU. CT training
  • Work in OR running C-Arm for surgery and special procedures
  • Maintained and prep exam rooms .
  • Perform radiographic techniques, position and operate conventional and special equipment for the purpose of performing mammographic examinations.
  • Perform administrative work and quality assurance to facilitate the scheduling of patients and the accuracy and completeness of records in the Diagnostic Imaging Division.

Education

Education
Mar 1997 - Apr 2003

Bachelor's Of Radiological Sciences And Medical Imaging

AL-Zaiem AL-Azhari University

Students generally complete 120-134 semester credits to fulfill degree requirements. This usually takes four years. Depending on the type of program, a portion of this time may be spent at an offsite radiology education center. Students may also be expected to participate in clinical exposure experiences, such as practicums or fieldwork. In addition to program coursework, students must typically complete university graduation requirements, including classes in liberal arts, such as English, history, math, science, sociology, psychology and government. Typical classes within the program could include the following:

  • Patient professional interaction
  • Radiographic technique
  • Physics of radiation protection
  • Ethics in medicine
  • Radiography physics
  • Procedures in imaging
  • Evaluating film
  • Clinical training
  • Equipment maintenance
  • Anatomy and radiation biology
  • Advanced Imaging procedures (CT,MRI.PET....etc)

Skills

Skills

License

Saudi Commission for Medical Specialities

Licensed

Sudanes Medical Proffessionals Council

APPROACH

• Sudan-licensed Radiologic Technologist who takes X-ray images for all patient ages (neonatal, children, adults, Geriatrics) and a variety of body structures. • Radiography exams included spine, head, chest, abdomen, extremities, facial bones, paranasal sinuses, bony thorax • Participated in executing fluoroscopic exams, such as UGI, small bowel series, barium enema, arthrography, hysterosalpingraphy, myelography, and lumbar puncture • Assisted physicians in the O.R. for ORIF of extremities and pelvis, vascular exams, permcather and med port insertion, ERCPs, and brain stimulation exams with the C-arm (mobile fluoroscopy) • Obtained patient’s cooperation and helped reduce patient anxiety by explaining procedures and establishing a comfortable environment • Safeguarded patients by performing all measures to protect from unwarranted radiation exposure and infection; provided them with care and comfort while complying with safety, health, and sanitation standards • Administered diagnostic nonradioactive materials into patients' bloodstreams • Conducted necessary quality assurance procedures on all images before and after taken; • Thoroughly organized and maintained accuracy of patient’s orders and files; entered, started, completed, and put in ICD-9 codes for each exam in the computer with keen attention to detail • Conformed with department policies, procedures, and regulations. • More than Ten years experience as Radiologic Technician. • Uncommon ability to operate diagnostic radiology equipment under the direction of radiologists or other medical officers to produce radiographic studies used in medical diagnosis and treatment. • Great knowledge of relevant regulations and policies, and ability to accurately interpret and apply these to work performance. • Excellent knowledge of radiation physics and dosimetry, chemistry and use of hazardous substances. • Deep knowledge of test methods and instrument use. • Remarkable knowledge of laboratory policies and procedures. • Uncommon knowledge of anatomy and physiology, radiological positioning, radiology protocol and standing orders, CDC protocols, radiation safety procedures. • Deep knowledge of preventative maintenance and troubleshooting for radiographic equipment. • Excellent ability to keep accurate and precise records related to services. • Profound ability to assess the quality of and verify the results of testing prior to reporting results. • Sound ability to communicate effectively with public health staff, patients and other members of the public. • In-depth knowledge of routine medical office procedures and administration related to the operation of clinics. • Remarkable skills in the use and maintenance of radiographic equipment. • Profound skill in patient positioning for radiography and in producing high-quality images. • Unmatchable ability to effectively maintain records library and to purge records according to regulations. •

Diagnostic Radiological

Diagnostic Imaging Expert Currently used Computerized Tomography (CT) Scans Intermediate Currently used/4 years Fluoroscopy Procedures Expert 6 years Ultrasounds Expert Currently used/6 years X-rays Expert Currently used/10 years Radiation Protection Expert Currently used Film Evaluation Expert Currently used

Cover Letter

 

 

 given my qualification:

(bachelor degree in Radiological sciences and medical imaging).

My experience start in working at:

1/ Giad specialized hospital (MO H)

2/ Abu Ausher Teaching Hospital(MOH)

3/ Wad Madani Teaching Hospital, CT Center (MOH)

4/ Gezira Scan , CT Technologist (Private Medical Center)

5/ Agagi Medical clinic (KSA-Private medical clinic)

I would appreciate your consideration for this job offering my skills are on ideal match presented position your requirements responsible for RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST.

  • Responsibilities: General radiology, general fluoroscopy, OR with fluoroscopic C-arm, orthopedics, portables, pediatrics, arthrograms, angiography
  • Worked independently in the Outpatient X-ray department late evenings daily
  • Assisted patients with education, exam preparation
  •  Assigned to various SF Bay Area hospitals, doctor offices, and clinics helping fulfill staffing needs per diem.
  • Perform routine and specialized x-ray exams including Fluoroscopy Procedures (Upper GIS, Lower GIS, ERCP, Mylography
  • Provided on call service for days, nights, weekends, and holidays.
  • Adapted and learned new protocols quickly while substituting for other Radiographers.
  •  Per Diem position; First, Second, Third and call shifts
  • Diagnostic, trauma/ER/OR, portable x-ray and fluoroscopy examinations
  • Assist radiologist with upper/lower GI, Esophagram, Cysto/Cystourethrography


supervisors regarding training performance

I appreciate your taking the time to review my credentials and experience, again thank you for your consideration.