A Radiologist, Therapeutic earns an average salary of $97,296 per year.

$48,345 - $309,126
MEDIAN: $97,295

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$48,345 - $309,126  
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$39,255 - $302,012  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 12 Jan 2016 | Individuals Reporting: 15

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Job Description for Radiologist, Therapeutic

A therapeutic radiologist is responsible for administering the correct amount of radiation to patients that are in need of radiotherapy, which includes planning the frequency and dosage of radiation for patients. While planning the best course of treatment, a therapeutic radiologist works closely with an oncologist. It is the therapeutic radiologist's responsibility to make sure the patient fully understands their treatment and answer any questions that patients may have. Therapeutic radiologists also need to maintain accurate, up-to-date records related to treatment, including patients' progress. These professionals mainly work in a hospital, although they may work in a smaller clinical setting as well.


Radiologist, Therapeutic Tasks

  • Inform patients undergoing testing about procedures, risks, and benefits.
  • May consult with physicians from other departments to develop a treatment plan for the patient.
  • Treat, cure, control or alleviate symptoms of cancer with radiology.

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Common Health Benefits

medical benefits
Medical: 91%
dental benefits
Dental: 73%
medical benefits
Vision: 45%
dental benefits
None: 9%