The Department of Paediatrics and Child Health is committed to providing state-of-the-art clinical services to children. It imparts high quality undergraduate and postgraduate training and carries out community oriented research of public health importance. The Department consists of a group of dedicated full-time and part-time faculty. Besides the outpatient clinics, the inpatient set-up consists of a paediatric ward with two units comprising of 84 beds, a dedicated 5-bedded area for paediatric neurology, a neonatal unit with facility of admitting 18 neonates along with ventilator support at a time, a dedicated paediatric ICU and post cardiac ICU and round the clock critical care looked after by fully trained paediatric medical and nursing staff.
You will be responsible to:
- provide assistance in in-patient and out-patient services to senior faculty members
- perform daily team rounds, formulate cure plan and expedite discharges on a daily basis in consultation with senior faculty members
- develop and practice a system that is quality based and has an academic and service model imbibed in it
- teach and train undergraduates and postgraduates according to the defined standards and curriculum
- formulate the objectives of a course and appropriate instructional strategies, teach effectively and evaluate the recipients and the courses
- conduct clinical research related to Paediatrics
- be a part of patient complaint and case review system / root cause analysis
- participate in departmental and organizational performance improvement activities.
You should have:
- an MBBS degree and a valid PMDC license
- completed structured postgraduate training in Paediatrics from a reputable institution
- cleared or eligible for FCPS part II or MRCP
- excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- excellent teaching and training skills
- excellent clinical skills
- ability to provide patient care in a perse setting and satisfy and retain patients in clinical practice
- ability to work effectively in teams.