Salary: Gross 30-40k (Preferably open to working on a commission basis)
Possess a Diploma in Clinical Medicine and Surgery.
Registered member of the Clinical Officers Council with a valid practice license.
Minimum of 3 years of clinical experience after qualification, preferably in a busy hospital setting.
Ability to work effectively as part of a team.
Hold a certificate in Computer Application Skills from a recognized institution. Clinical Officer Responsibilities:
Deliver comprehensive and high-quality clinical services to patients, including history taking, examination, assessment, and treatment prescription.
Order and interpret investigation results for diagnosis, explaining the findings and proposed treatment to patients.
Attend to emergencies that arise in the clinic.
Perform minor surgical procedures according to schedule.
Ensure all necessary observations, vital signs, prescribed treatments, and procedures are accurately documented in patients' charts.
Provide exceptional patient experiences through counseling, health talks on preventive and promotive health, and patient sensitization.
May be assigned additional tasks by the Human Resource Director or Senior Clinical Officer.
Foster a positive team environment, going above and beyond to ensure colleagues enjoy their work and collaborating effectively. Medical Officer Responsibilities:
Consistently review and examine patients, taking case histories, conducting physical examinations, and ordering diagnostic laboratory and radiology studies in line with evidence-based practice and established protocols.
Regularly monitor the progress of acute and chronically ill patients.
Engage in discussions with patients and caregivers to enhance diagnostic and therapeutic medical care and services.
When necessary, perform privileged and potentially life-saving emergency surgical and medical procedures.
Provide evidence-based screening, wellness examinations, risk assessment, and education on illness prevention.
Initiate timely consultations with relevant consultants/departments to develop optimal treatment plans for specialized cases.
Establish connections with clinic management and the main hospital to facilitate smooth and efficient patient referrals.
Collaborate closely with clinical and non-clinical team members to deliver patient-centric, coordinated care, reduce errors and waste, and optimize resource utilization.
Actively participate in clinic quality initiatives in coordination with clinic management and the Quality and Patient Safety team.
Requirements:Hold a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) or equivalent.
Successful completion of at least 2 years of post-graduate internship.
Registration with the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board.
Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Advanced Trauma Life Support (ACLS & ATLS) certifications.
To apply, please send your personal job application to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org.