Oasis Healthcare Medical Officer Job in Kisii, Kenya

Oasis Healthcare is currently looking for qualified and dedicated individuals to fill the following vacancy in their Kisii Branch.

Job Title: Medical Officer (1 Post)

Work Type: Full time

Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • He/She will attend to the outpatients in the O.P Department, Wards and Casualty as the case may be and prescribe necessary medicines as available in stock and the required investigations.
  • Whenever necessary he/ she will obtain the approval of Director of Clinical Services for carrying out investigations or prescribing non-stock drugs etc.
  • He/She will issue Medical Certificate for sickness or fitness to join duty as per prescribed procedure.
  • He/She will assist Director of Clinical Services whenever called upon to do so for any patient or hospital related work.
  • He/She will attend his work with punctuality and dedication and not give room for any complaint from the patients.
  • He/She will report non-attendance, late attendance or any other misconduct of the Staff working in his/her area to the immediate superior officer.
  • He/She will attend to any other work as assigned by Director of Clinical Services and the CEO.

Job Requirements:

  • Degree in Medicine and Surgery (MBChB) from accredited school.
  • Registration by Medical practitioner and dentist board.
  • Successfully completed one (1) year internship
  • Strong administration, communication and organisational skills
  • Ability to organise people and tasks
  • Reliable team member

How to Apply

Courier and hand delivered applications can be dropped at the Oasis Specialist Hospital, Kisii and addressed to:

The Human Resource,
Oasis Specialist Hospital,
P.O. Box 1574 – 40200

Online applications to be sent to hr@oasishealthcare.co.ke with the position being applied for and salary expectations clearly indicated on the subject line, attach CV only.

The Applications should reach the undersigned before 10th February, 2018.

Health and Medical
Updated: February 3, 2018 — 11:20 pm