Medical Specialist Grade 1

Directorate: Family Medicine
SALARY : Grade 1 R991 857 R 1052 712 per annum (all inclusive Package) Grade 2R1134069 R1203366 per annum (all inclusive Packages) Grade 3 R 1316136 R1645464 per annum (all inclusive Package)
CENTRE : Ekurhuleni Health District (ESDR)
CLOSING DATE : 11 August 2017

Appropriate qualification that allows registration with the Health Professional Council of South Africa (HPCSA) as a family physician.
Current proof of registration with the HPCSA as a Family Physician.
Postgraduate degree in Family medicine (MMed Family Medicine).
Grade 1: 0-4 years after registration with HPCSA as Medical Specialist in Family Physician.
Grade 2: Minimum of 5 years appropriate experience as Medical Specialist after registration with the HPCSA as a Family Physician.
Grade 3: Minimum of 10 years appropriate experience as a Medical Specialist after registration with HPCSA as Family Physician.
Teaching experience is required as this is a Joint appointment post with the department of Family Medicine, University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) as a lecturer.
Experience in health management, transformation and willingness to make a difference in the district health services.
Expect the incumbent to perform commuted overtime.
Recommendations: Experience in district health service and general medical/family practice.
Experience in PHC services, HAST, EBM and ward based PHC outreach programmes.
Willingness to work in any facility within the sub-district or district.

Improve Patient / client care through implementation of appropriate evaluation methods and tools, improve chronic patient care, improve patient records keeping, enhance accessibility of clinical services to poorest wards and disadvantaged communities in the district , maintain and improve 24 hours clinical services community health centres (CHCs) in the sub-district , improve services for older persons and disadvantaged individuals in the sub-district, improvement in-service training on clinical care services for health care workers, improve antenatal care for pregnant clients attending PHC facilities, improve maternal care services in MOU in the applicable CHC, improve management of paediatric patients in the MOU and clinic, improve emergency medical services, improve performance of minor surgical procedures, provide care for people living with HIV and TB, improve medical student training at the district training complex / campus (DEC), improve supervision and training of clinical associates (BCMP program), contribute to Family medicine registrar training of WITS / UP, undertake research protocol development, presentation & publication, develop proper referrals between clinics and level 2 hospitals, improve DATA collection among doctors and nurses at the clinics, ensure compliance with code of conduct and public service disciplinary procedures, improve on attendance of doctors at work at the clinic and sub-district, ensure compliancy with PMAs and PMDS , and manage internal and external stakeholder complaints & conflicts effectively.

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