The medical officer will be responsible for providing clinical and management leadership in the Health and Wellness Center as well as health services primarily to students but also extended to staff to facilitate their optimal physical, mental, emotional, and social growth and development.
The Medical Officer is appointed as a surge staff for areas of staff health and safety while providing hygiene and safety training, personal first aid training, review of medical and casualty response, assessment of health, safety and environmental issues of WFP staff and offices during COVID-19 Pandemic.
The goal of the PTSD TONIX study is to test the effectiveness and safety of an investigational product in treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), a psychiatric condition that can occur in persons who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event.
Preparing and responding to emergencies and disasters, participating in management of medicines, medical instruments and equipment.
The ideal candidate will be responsible for providing and coordinating clinical care to ensure desired patient care outcomes, high quality service and best practice standards.
Order and interpret diagnostic tests; and provide information regarding patient conditions whenever required; communicate effectively with patients and clients.
Attending to patients in the Outpatient and Inpatient departments in line with Standard Treatment Guideline