The system here boasts a very strong private sector, with around 60-70% of Radiology services owned and operated by private companies within corporate networks.Most roles in the private sector will allow you to be able to work a standard 38 hour week with minimal on-call requirements.
We have successfully recruited a number of high quality medical staff through IMR and have always found their service to be highly professional, efficient, and effective, with timely responses to our enquiries The practice of Radiology in Australia and New Zealand is very similar to that in any other first class medical system country such as the UK or Ireland.
Having said this, over the last 10 years Radiology services have become increasingly sophisticated with the large expansion of Interventional Radiology.
Facilities in Australasia are state-of-the-art, and with a very strong financial backing, they continue to undergo reviews and upgrades on a consistent basis.
This, along with the overpowering public need for additional services at their fingertips, will ensure that Radiology in both Australia and New Zealand remains cutting edge far into the future.
Please contact us today, and a representative from our dedicated Radiology team would be happy to provide further advice on your personal situation and requirements.
As technology progresses, so does our ability to detect and respond to diseases in a timely and effective manner.
Medical imaging, or radiology equipment, has drastically improved over the years, thanks to technological advances.
Hospital based roles would usually involve some level of on-call requirement however this is quite minimal, and these roles give Radiologists the opportunity to be involved in the teaching and development of trainees.
Hospital based fellow positions also arise, providing the opportunity for advanced training and sub-specialisation.
With preferred supplier status amongst the majority of private and public facilities in both Australia and New Zealand, you can be assured that IMR will offer you the widest choice of opportunities possible.
At IMR, we have a dedicated Radiology division, meaning that our Medical Recruitment Specialists can offer unmatched knowledge and advice on: The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) often views the following international qualifications as favourable and may allow international medical graduates to work as Consultant Radiologists in Australia or New Zealand without having to initially complete any examinations: There are other international qualifications that may allow you to practice as a Radiologist in Australia or New Zealand.