Duties & Responsibilities
• Good clinical skills - history taking, physical examination, ordering appropriate laboratory investigations and making appropriate diagnosis. Clinical assessment and
prescription of treatment for all patients.
• Compile and submit all reports required.
• Adherence to scheme rules.
• Provide counselling and psychological support to the patient and relatives.
• Attend departmental meetings to build teamwork, communicate, identify problems and agree on solutions, evaluate departmental performance etc.
• Monitor adherence to the standardized hazardous and other waste disposal techniques.
• Actively participate in projects of quality healthcare such as CME’s, health talks, rational prescription audits, mortality audits, medical camps.
• Lead the Department to achieve local and international quality management standards.
• Work with consultants and medical officers to provide specialized care to clients.
• Manage medical emergencies. Ensure emergency medical preparedness and ensure emergency drills are performed.
• Properly document treatment in patient’s files. Reassess and follow up of patients.
• Follow up for consultation review
• Documentation and implementation of instructions by consultants and medical officers
• Follow up to ensure timely drug administration and laboratory tests
• Any other duties as assigned by the supervisor
• Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery.
• Registered with the clinical officer’s council with Valid Practicing License.
• Minimum 5 years working experience working in health set up.
• Proven leadership, communication, interpersonal, decision making skills.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills (English and Swahili).
• Computer literate
• Basic life Support certifications
• Advanced Cardiac Life Support certifications
• Advanced Trauma Life Support Certification
• Must have proven phlebotomy experience
• Must have a valid motorcycle driving license.
• Must be at least 30 and above years of age.
• Be trustworthy, respectful and professional