June 23, 2020 at 12:22 pm #839381ihyvibysMember
The Registrar (Intensive Care Unit) is responsible for diagnosing and administering general medical treatment to patients in a hospital or through extension services at a Clinic or other designated area.
Work may include the supervision of House Officers and duties are performed with considerable independence and reviewed by a professional superior through observations, consultations and analysis of findings and reports.
The Registrar would be required to:
- Examine patients, diagnose, advise and carry out necessary treatment in the investigation, eradication, prevention and control of diseases or refer complicated cases for further professional attention.
- Supervise House Officers and medical interns with a view to building competencies.
- Refer patients to professional superiors for more detailed attention as may be necessary.
- Perform medical examinations on inpatients and outpatients; diagnose and make prognoses; make daily ward rounds; write and maintain up-to-date case records and make necessary medical reports.
- Prescribe and carry out treatment in light of examination findings.
- Examine government employees and other categories of persons as laid down by Government policy.
- Participate in immunization procedures against infectious or communicable diseases as directed.
- Implement other preventative procedures outlined for the protection and promotion of Public Health.
- Provide professional services in the Nutrition services and other specialist fields.
- Undertake medico-legal duties as may be reasonably required to him/her with specialist advice if necessary.
- Perform related work as may be required by the appropriate Authority.
KEY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
- Knowledge of Public Health Ordinances and of medical jurisprudence.
- Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of medicine including the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of preventative medicine.
- Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of preventative medicine.
- Some knowledge of administrative practices and procedures, rules, regulations policies and standards related to medical services.
- Ability to supervise and aid in the development of junior medical staff.
- Ability to examine patients, diagnose disease and to prescribe and administer necessary treatment.
- Ability to gain the co-operation and confidence of patients and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the public.
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
- Post graduate qualification and training as evidence by the possession of a medical degree from a recognized school of medicine.
- At least five (5) years experience in a specialized field of medicine.
- Registration as a medical practitioner by the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago.
- Specialist registration in the field with the Medical Board of Trinidad and Tobago.
- Any equivalent combination of experience and training.
- House Officer
- Unit Manager
- Head Nurse
- Nursing Assistants
- Patient Care Assistants
COMMUNICATION AND WORKING RELATIONSHIP
- Medical Director
- Manager, Hospital Administration
- Manager, Para-Clinical Services
- Specialist Medical Officer
- Nursing Personnel
- Other Heads of Department
- University of the West Indies
- Other Regional Health Authorities
- Private Medical Institutions
- General practitioners in the area
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