|Company:||The Nairobi Hospital|
? Ethically reviewing and instituting appropriate therapeutic interventions for patients admitted to critical care units or requiring critical care across the hospital.
? Reviewing patients in other units where CCU/HDU support is needed and making appropriate decisions on interventions required.
? Assisting in coaching and mentoring of nursing staff on various aspects of critical care and management of critical illness.
? Performing medical procedures expected of a CCU medical officer.
? Ensuring that high standards of diagnostic accuracy and patient care are maintained
? Preparing medical reports and other clinical documents as required
? Ensuring professionalism and timeliness in handling of clients at both individual and departmental level
? Participating in continuous medical education and the development of departmental clinical protocols, quality improvement plans, and initiatives
? Participating in research, clinical audits and review programmes for the department
? Ensuring consistency in the clinical protocols and provision of care.
? Ensuring regular and adequate communication with patients and relatives on clinical progress.
? Advocating for excellent patient care and outcomes.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
? Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
? Valid private practice and annual license
? Advance Cardiac Life Support, Advance Trauma Life Support, Paediatric Advanced Life Support (added advantage).
? Sound diagnostic skills and judgment
? Excellent problem solving and decision making skills
? Effective communication skills
? Detailed oriented and good interpersonal relations.
? Must be well organized and have the ability to plan ahead and deal with care issues as they arise.
? Must be thorough and proactive to ensure quality care and positive outcome.
? Must be able to work closely with a multi-disciplinary team.