Nyaya Health Nepal (NHN) is seeking Nepali MBBS-trained Staff Physicians with Advance SBA training for our Bayalpata Hospital hub, our full-service community hospital located in Achham.
Nyaya Health Nepal, a Nepal-based NGO, improves healthcare for underserved communities in Nepal, in partnership with the Ministry of Health. Our integrated healthcare approach involves a hospital, a professionalized community health worker network, and strategic use of data and technology to connect patient records from hospital to home.
The opportunity: Are you the right fit?
Staff Physicians with Advance SBA training will be responsible for supporting all clinical services (inpatient, outpatient, emergency care and Obstetric Surgeries), furthering data-driven protocol development, facilitating linkages between our clinical and community health programs, and enhancing the capacity of nearby health facilities through community outreach programs for up to 20% of the time.
- Ability to independently perform C-sections and manage any intra-op and post-op complications.
- Clinical ability to manage common emergency conditions like acute abdomen, poisoning, trauma, and chronic diseases.
- Passion for holistic management of each and every patient
- Ability to work effectively in a team for the patient’s care
- Knowledge and experience practicing evidence-based medicine
- Passion for both learning and teaching, particularly of mid-level providers
- Active NMC license and no present government bond or other legal commitments
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
The Big 3 Responsibilities of the Staff Physician are:
- Independently perform C-sections and manage any intra-op and post-op complications.
- Providing dignified, compassionate, evidence-based care to all patients.
- Leading and participating in organization-wide quality improvement initiatives.
1) Independently perform C-sections and manage any intra-op and post-op complications.
- Decide for the necessity of elective and emergency C-section
- Counsel patients and visitors adequately about operative procedures
- Manage any intra-operative events
- Identify and treat any post-operative complications
- Guide nurses in providing new born care
2) Providing dignified, compassionate, evidence-based care to all patients.
- Provide evidence-based medical treatment of primary care and acute care illnesses;
- Perform basic orthopedic and surgical procedures;
- Supervise routine antenatal care, family planning, and abortion services;
- Provide basic emergency obstetric care;
- Manage childhood illnesses including malnutrition;
- Perform ultrasound exams for evaluation of acute medical and surgical diseases;
- Work as much as is dictated by patient volume and available staff, including after hours for emergency cases;
- Rigorously document all medical services provided;
- Participate in public health and clinical programs designed by Possible.
3) Leading and participating in organization-wide quality improvement initiatives.
- Participate in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Open School lecture series;
- Lead and participate in mortality and morbidity conferences;
- Participate actively in data review conferences;
- Lead and engage in continuous quality improvement initiatives;
- Lead and participate in hospital standard operating procedures, formulary, and strategy development.
- Ability train and educate non-physician staffs in best practices
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