Be there for patients who are suffering from various diseases that impact their organs and work in this very important medical sub-specialty of radiology. Interventional radiology physician jobs are available to you today, so start your search on All Physician Jobs now. As an interventional radiologist, you will be diagnosing and treating patients who have different illnesses that are attacking their organs. These diseases could include but are not limited to things such as heart disease, liver disease, or disorders that impact the musculoskeletal system, like your joints, muscles or nerves. Unlike a traditional radiologist, you will be specifically treating patients with diseases using minimally-invasive techniques, instead of seeing patients for both disease and injury. You will use image-guided therapeutic procedures as well as diagnostic imaging to treat your patients, so it’s important to know how to do things like taking x-rays and MRIs in order to work interventional radiology physician jobs.
The path to becoming an interventional radiologist is a lengthy one, with extensive education requirements and long hours of studying. Interventional radiologists must have six to seven years of specialized training after they complete medical school in order to work in the field, and they should also be certified by the American Board of Radiology. The education will pay off though, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The number of jobs for all physicians and surgeons, including radiologists, is expected to grow 14 percent from 2014-2024, the Bureau said. If you are ready to make the long-term commitment to interventional radiology, your search starts here.