Radiology Specialist

Physician Al Ain, United Arab Emirates


Position at Kanad Hospital

Kanad Hospital (formerly known as Oasis Hospital) was established in 1960 by Doctors Pat and Mariam Kennedy at ‎the request of HH Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan. The Kennedys were physicians from the United States whose primary ‎goal was to honor God by providing loving healthcare to those in this region. Ever since our launch, Kanad has been ‎known for its excellent obstetric and pediatric care, and we are proud to be recognized as one of the premier ‎healthcare providers for women and children in the Middle East. We are honored to be the birthplace of many of ‎the leaders of our great nation including HH Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. ‎

Kanad Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital that strives to diligently follow the teachings of Jesus in the way that we ‎care for women, children, and their families. We have the privilege of being the first hospital established in the Abu ‎Dhabi Emirate and the first private hospital in the Emirate to attain JCI accreditation. Additionally, we are the first ‎hospital in the world to obtain JCI Clinical Care Program Certifications for our treatment program for Respiratory ‎Distress Syndrome in newborns and for our Natural Birth after Cesarean Section program for mothers.‎

Hope: Healthy communities transformed by the love of the God.‎
Purpose: To honor God by providing exceptional whole person healthcare to the community with the love and compassion of Jesus Christ.

Radiology Specialist Clinical responsibilities

  • Makes and interprets diagnostic images.
  • Reviews requests for x-ray, nuclear radiology, ultrasound, and other diagnostic imaging procedures, and determines applicability of requested procedures.
  • Interview patients as necessary, and records supplementary data.
  • Instructs radiologic personnel in desired techniques, positions, and projections.
  • Interprets images and confers with medical and dental officers regarding diagnoses of cases.
  • Prepares comprehensive interpretive reports of findings.
  • Performs special procedures.
  • Recommends and performs special imaging procedures, including, ultrasound, with limitations of available resources and expertise.
  • Determines need for referral of cases that are not within local capability.
  • Performs and interprets procedures, and prepares comprehensive interpretive report of findings.
  • Manages radiological services.
  • Formulates plans and procedures for radiological services. Coordinates radiological services with other medical activities. Determines capability of available resources, and advises regarding future needs.
  • Assures adequate quality control of images.
  • Establishes and enforces standards for protection of patients and personnel.
  • Schedules examinations and assigns radiologic personnel. Advises on kind and quantity of radiological supplies and equipment.
  • Participates in the delivery of graduate medical education in radiology. Serves as consultant in radiology.
Work Schedule:
  • Weekly 48 hours as contracted.
  • To participate in a clinical schedule that embraces extended hours actual start/finish times to be worked in accordance with the published roster.
Clinical/Technical Competencies:
  • The Radiology Specialist will be required to complete the SAT program as well as attend any computer sessions and/or training courses as appropriate for services within Oasis Hospital.
  • Develop and maintain high standards of competency in skills, knowledge, acquired attitudes and behavior and shall work within current legislative and employers’ frameworks.
  • Actively engage in learning in a constant process of development through the integration of Continuing Professional Development in your day to day practice. CME is a requirement for Renewal of DOH License