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Why choose medfuture for Radiology jobs

With a strong reputation as a leading medical recruitment agency, Medfuture offers numerous benefits and support for Radiologists seeking opportunities in the New Zealand healthcare system.

Medfuture has established connections with a wide network of hospitals, clinics, and healthcare facilities across New Zealand. This extensive network allows them to provide access to a range of job opportunities in various locations, ensuring that Radiologists can find positions that align with their career aspirations. Medfuture ensures a smooth transition and settling into the New Zealand healthcare system.

Furthermore, Medfuture values the professional growth and development of Radiologists. They offer access to educational resources, training programs, and networking opportunities to enhance clinical skills and knowledge.

By choosing Medfuture, Radiologists can benefit from their expertise, extensive network, personalized support, and commitment to their success in starting a rewarding career in New Zealand.

Area of Speciality

Diagnostic Radiology

This is the most common field in radiology. Diagnostic radiologists interpret medical images, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, and ultrasound, to diagnose various medical conditions.

Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiologists perform minimally invasive procedures using image guidance. They use radiological techniques to treat a wide range of conditions, including arterial blockages, tumors, and more.


Neuroradiologists focus on imaging and diagnosing disorders of the nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord. They often work closely with neurologists and neurosurgeons.

Musculoskeletal Radiology

Radiologists specializing in musculoskeletal radiology concentrate on imaging the bones, joints, and soft tissues, aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.

Pediatric Radiology

Pediatric radiologists are experts in imaging children and adolescents. They are trained to minimize radiation exposure and provide age-appropriate care.

Breast Imaging

Radiologists specializing in breast imaging primarily focus on mammography and other breast imaging modalities for the early detection and diagnosis of breast cancer.

Nuclear Medicine

Nuclear medicine specialists use radioactive materials to diagnose and treat various medical conditions, including cancer, thyroid disorders, and bone diseases.

Cardiac Radiology

Cardiac radiologists specialize in imaging the heart and blood vessels, using techniques such as coronary CT angiography, cardiac MRI, and echocardiography.

Abdominal and Gastrointestinal Radiology

These radiologists focus on imaging the abdomen and gastrointestinal tract, helping diagnose conditions related to the digestive system.

Genitourinary Radiology

Radiologists in this field concentrate on imaging the urinary and reproductive systems, diagnosing conditions such as kidney disease and reproductive disorders.

Thoracic Radiology

Thoracic radiologists specialize in imaging the chest and are often involved in the diagnosis of lung and cardiovascular conditions.

Emergency Radiology

Emergency radiologists provide rapid interpretations of medical images for patients in emergency departments, helping guide the immediate treatment of traumatic injuries or acute illnesses.

Head and Neck Radiology

Radiologists in this specialty focus on imaging the head and neck region, assisting in the diagnosis of conditions related to the throat, sinuses, and other structures in the area.

Oncologic Radiology

Oncologic radiologists work closely with oncologists and oncologic surgeons to stage and plan the treatment of cancer patients using various imaging techniques.

International Medical Graduates

International medical graduates (IMGs) who wish to work as radiologists in New Zealand must meet specific requirements and go through a structured process to practice in the country. The requirements and steps may change over time, so it's essential to consult the Medical Council of New Zealand and the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) for the most up-to-date information. 

  1. Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ) Registration:

    • IMGs must first obtain registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand (MCNZ). MCNZ is the regulatory body responsible for the registration and oversight of medical practitioners in New Zealand.
    • To apply for registration, IMGs typically need to provide proof of their qualifications, clinical experience, and English language proficiency.
    • English language proficiency can be demonstrated through exams such as the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).
  2. Competent Authority Assessment:

    • IMGs should request an assessment from the Medical Council of New Zealand's Competent Authority Pathway. This assessment evaluates the qualifications and experience of the IMG, determining their eligibility to work in New Zealand.
    • Successful completion of the Competent Authority Assessment is a prerequisite for further training and practice.
  3. Pre-Employment Assessment:

    • Upon successful completion of the Competent Authority Assessment, IMGs may apply for positions in New Zealand hospitals or radiology departments. Employers often require a pre-employment assessment, which may include interviews and reference checks.
  4. The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) Training:

    • To practice as a radiologist, IMGs typically need to complete specialist training recognized by the RANZCR.
    • RANZCR offers a structured training program in radiology, and IMGs may need to apply and be accepted into the training program.
    • The training program usually takes several years to complete and includes both clinical training and written examinations.
  5. Specialist Registration:

    • After successfully completing RANZCR training and examinations, IMGs can apply for specialist registration with the Medical Council of New Zealand.
    • Specialist registration allows radiologists to practice independently in their chosen field of specialization.


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