Unrivalled flexibility – find out more about working for MEDICA.
MEDICA is a Designated Body which means it can support the Appraisal and Revalidation process
UK Reporting Centres operating 24 hours a day
We are passionate about building an exceptional team of Radiologists. Find out more about how to join us today.
Some Frequently Asked Questions…
You will have the same access to the radiology history of the patient, including previous reports, as the local radiologist does. The relevant prior images are also automatically presented for comparison at the time of reporting.
Yes. In fact we prefer our radiologists to retain a connection with the NHS. MEDICA adopts a flexible approach to working patterns allowing you to adapt sessions to fit around your availability and with consideration of your other non-MEDICA work commitments. We would be happy to discuss these points with you as we know that each radiologist has different circumstances.
We are in the process of developing Reporting Centres across the UK. Please get in touch if this is of interest to you – we may already be developing a new location near you.
We provide a full PACS workstation, including dual colour 3MPs DICOM monitors – at least the same standard as the NHS and Independent Sector. Voice recognition is standard.
Yes. Due to the flexibility that we can offer, as long as you let us know in advance then you can take breaks of up to 6 weeks if you care to.
Contact us today and we will be more than happy to talk through any questions you may have about working for MEDICA.
What Our Radiologists are Saying:
“I have worked for MEDICA for a number of years and have seen the business grow from strength to strength. Work flow processes have improved, largely in response to suggestions from reporting radiologists. I am constantly impressed by the IT infrastructure and in particular by the 24/7 technical support given to both the reporting radiologist and the client site. There is a real ‘can do’ attitude from all levels of the organisation, which comes as a refreshing change.”
Dr Simon Smith – MRCP (UK) FRCR