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At Logan Hospital, our team of healthcare professionals includes pharmacy and medical imaging.
We provide professional advice and management of medications across all areas of Logan Hospital. Our dedicated team of pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and assistants provide important medication advice and support to our medical and nursing staff, and directly to patients, ensuring that our patients get the best treatment possible.
When you join our team, you can expect to be involved in:
To work as a hospital pharmacist in Australia, individuals must be registered with the Pharmacy Board of Australia.
For people in Australia, this involves completion of a pharmacy program of study approved by the Pharmacy Board of Australia (or a substantially equivalent program) at university. A pharmacist must then obtain provisional registration with the Pharmacy Board of Australia, start supervised practice (in an approved intern training program) and pass the Board’s registration examination. An individual can then apply for general registration with the Pharmacy Board of Australia.
Comprehensive information on the general registration pathway, pharmacy registration types and registration standards are available on the Board’s registration page.
Pharmacists who qualified overseas in a country other than New Zealand are required to pass an examination conducted by the Australian Pharmacy Council (APC) and complete a period of supervised practice assigned by the Pharmacy Board of Australia. As directed by the Board, the pharmacist must complete any further prescribed assessments before applying for general registration. More information for overseas graduates is available on the Board’s overseas practitioner registration page.
Our dedicated team of Medical Imaging staff includes radiologists, radiology registrars, medicalinterns, radiographers, sonographers, nurses, administration officers, medical imaging assistants and environmental services staff.
We believe that the patient and their family are the most important part of our service and we demonstrate this through our empathy and compassion.
At Logan Hospital, Medical imaging technologists have access to state-of-the-art technology with the department providing a range of imaging modalities including:
Individuals seeking employment as a radiographer in Queensland must hold current registration with the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia. Individuals working as a radiographer in Queensland are also required to hold a current radiation safety license.
Sonographers must maintain a listing on the Australasian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR). Sonographers only performing ultrasound duties do not need to be registered with the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia.
International radiographers must have completed a qualification listed on the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia ‘Equivalent Programs of Study’ list in order to be eligible for registration and practise in Queensland.
Radiographers whose qualification does not appear on this list must have international qualifications assessed for accreditation by the Australian Institute of Radiography (AIR).
Internationally qualified sonographers must have their qualifications and experience assessed by the Australian Institute of Radiography (AIR) before applying for entry onto the Australasian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR).