Medical Officer Grade 1 (arv)-

PROVINCIAL ADMINISTRATION: KWAZULU NATAL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
REF NO: PCHC 09/2019
SALARY : R821 205 per annum Benefits: (All inclusive package) (This package consists of 70% basic salary and 30% flexible portion that can be structured in terms of the applicable rules.
CENTRE : KZN Health -Phoenix Community Health Centre
CLOSING DATE : 18 October 2019

REQUIREMENTS :
Standard10/Senior certificate/Grade 12 plus MBCHB Degree or equivalent Current Registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa as a Medical Practitioner, Certificate of registration with HPCSA as a Medical Practitioner Proof of current and previous work experience stamped and endorsed by HR must be attached Recommendations: Certificate/Diploma in ARV Management Knowledge, Skills, Training and Competencies required: Knowledge of current Health Legislation and policies at Public Institutions Sound knowledge of ARV PMTCT and National TB programme Good research and presentation skills Information management and quality assurance programs Ability to function with multi-disciplinary team Sound knowledge and clinical skills in Adult and paediatric Care Excellent human, communication and leadership Good Team builder and problem solver.

DUTIES :
Provision of quality patient centered care for all patients Maintenance and continuous improve professional and ethical standards Provide ongoing medical management of patients with acute chronic conditions, ARV Management and PHC Clinics Handle disability grants assessments Maintain accurate health records in accordance with Legal Ethical consideration Provide medicine related information to clinical staff as may be required Train and guide junior staff and other health associated Professionals.
Provide and manage antiretroviral treatment for both 79 adult and children Participate in communicable Health disease programs and ensure that relevant patients statistics are maintained to facilitate proper decision making Conduct Orientation and induction programs for junior colleagues and Community service Medical Practitioners.

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