THE EASTERN REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
2. DIVISION 3. DEPARTMENT
4. ORGANISATIONAL RELATIONSHIP
The House Officer will report to the designated Registrar/Specialist Medical Officer in his/her area of assignment.
5. NATURE & SCOPE
The House Officer is responsible for diagnosing and administering general medical treatment to patients in a hospital or through extension services at a clinic, school or clinic mobile or other designated place. Work involves the examination of patients, diagnosing, advising and carrying out necessary treatment in the investigation, eradication, prevention and control of diseases, or referring complicated cases for further professional attention. He/She performs under the general supervision of a professional superior who is available for consultation and is reviewed through observation, consultation and analysis of findings and reports.
6. SPECIFIC ACCOUNTABILITIES
The House Officer would be required to:
7. KEY KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
8. MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
9. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
Medical Interns – reviews all patients seen by them.
10. COMMUNICATION AND WORKING RELATIONSHIP