Aug 102019

– meets patients who visit their medical practice, making them feel comfortable and asking questions to determine the nature of their visit

– conducts examinations and asking further questions to help diagnose their    medical condition/or illness

– orders, performs, and interprets tests and analyzes records, reports, and examination information to diagnose patient’s condition

– orders additional medical examinations where necessary, including blood tests, laboratory tests, x-rays and other diagnostic procedures to gain a precise diagnosis

– analyzes test data or images to inform diagnosis or treatment

– prepares and issues medical reports, conducting eye test (visual acuity, color vision, near vision test)

– explains procedures and discusses test results or prescribed treatments with patients

– prescribes medication and correct dosage for patients

– administers basic medical treatments, such as injections, immunizations, and carry out minor procedures like wound dressing and stitches, incision & drainage of abscesses etc.

– carrying out common procedures like urinary catheterization, nasogastric tube insertion, phlebotomy (peripheral vessel), I.V. fluids infusion

– performs primary care procedures & management including otoscopy, epistaxis control, minor burn care, removal of simple foreign bodies from eye, ear and nose

– provides health education and gives recommendations to patients on diet, nutrition, exercise and other lifestyle habits to prevent or recover from illness

– monitor patient’s conditions and progress and reevaluate treatments as necessary

– keeps a detailed, up-to-date records of all patient treatments and interactions for their own medical practice and medicare

– performs emergency care and resuscitation including airway management and cardiorespiratory resuscitation

– refers patients to specialist doctors if they determine necessary

– arranges admission of patients to hospital where necessary

– coordinates work with nurses, social workers, rehabilitation therapists, pharmacists, psychologists, and other health care providers

– provides patient’s consultations at home with excellent possible home services

– keeps up to date with the latest medical treatments and medications relevant to general practice primary healthcare

– keeps a detailed records of all patients and the treatments they receive

– understands and follows mission statement, ethics, organizational policies and follows established guidelines

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
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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Tipical Questions
“What are your strengths and weaknesses?” It’s easy to talk about your strengths; you’re detail oriented, hard working, a team player, etc.–but it’s also easy to get tripped up when discussing your weaknesses, Teach says. Never talk about a real weakness unless it’s something you’ve defeated. “Many hiring managers are hip to the overused responses, such as, ‘Well, my biggest weakness is that I work too hard so I need try to take it easy once in a while.’ The best answer is to discuss a weakness that you’ve turned around, such as, you used to come in late to work a lot but after your supervisor explained why it was necessary for you to come in on time, you were never late again.”
Questions to ask
Do you offer continuing education and professional training? This is a great positioning question, showing that you are interested in expanding your knowledge and ultimately growing with the employer.