Aug 092019


– evaluates patient through questions, examinations, symptom review, and medical testing

– performs exercise tests, diagnostic image tests, cardiac catheterizations; may perform or recommend procedures like echocardiograms

– performs analysis of patient’s test results.

– sets patient goals and discuss treatment plan

– establishes timelines, tasks, and medical needs of patient

– develops treatment plans for medications or therapy to help patient reach goal

– prescribes medications and monitoring patient intake

– recommends surgery or other further treatments

– consults with surgeons on patient procedures

– advise and assist on cardiac surgeries when needed

– monitors patient progress post-surgery

– documents patient records and progress including symptoms, medications, and treatments

– provides patient with tools and methods for recovery and better quality of life

– educates patient, patient’s family, significant others, and relevant parties of patient’s progress, treatment, and future goals

– conducts research to better serve patients

– should be updated on the latest heart procedures and studies as new breakthroughs are made in this field on a daily basis as it is one most researched human organ

– designs a healthy diet chart for the patient as diet effects heart the most

– designs a good exercise regimen exercise to help in quick recovery and it makes the heart stronger

– must possess knowledge on various illness of the heart and each of its developments

– maintains detailed reports on each patient and also a report on their progress

– coordinate with any other specialist the patient might be seeing

– prescribes medicines that are compatible with the other medicines the patient is taking

– advice patients on any alternative treatment they might be seeking

– helps the patient to fully recover from their illness and have the patient follow up even after they are okay as it posts recovery treatment is also important

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-08-08
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Medical, Healthcare, and Nursing
Company Industry: Pharmaceutical

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Gender: Male
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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