0 - 15 Years
Ward rounds and ward work
Reading and responding to patient
Discussions and meetings with care givers and patient’s research and study related to the treatment of a specific patient.
Multi-disciplinary meetings, case conference and reviews
Community health promotion activities
Telephone and other ad hoc consultations preparation of police, coroner, legal, ACC and similar reports
Clinical Duties: General Duties
Provide efficient and effective assessment and management of the department’s patients following accepted professional guidelines patients in the inpatient setting and ED
Work with other Team members to mutually agreed work schedules and waiting list management processes, in consultation with the Head of Department / Service Manager.
Conduct regular ward rounds and ward work at a time that facilitates efficient patient flows and meets treatment objectives
Carry out investigative and treatment procedures within the Organisation where possible.
See and advise on inpatients referred by hospital specialist colleagues for assessment, within a timeframe appropriate to the clinical circumstances.
Be responsible for the referral of any patients under their care to other centres for specialist treatment when appropriate.
Maintain comprehensive and accurate records for all patients seen
Provide verbal advice to GP’s who telephone for assistance.
Ensure that discharge summaries are completed by the team, ideally at time of discharge but otherwise within 24hrs of discharge.
Agreed clinical throughput targets
Compliments and complaints
Patients will be given a full explanation of all procedures and treatments.
Informed consent will be obtained from all patients before undertaking any test or procedures in accordance with the organization’s policy
Family or significant others will be kept informed, where possible with the patient’s consent.
Effective interpersonal relationships will be maintained
|Salary||4 Lac To 8 Lac P.A.|
|Industry||Medical / Health Care / Hospitals|
|Work Experience||0 - 15 Years|