Our client is a growing hospital system in Warri and Benin that places a strong emphasis on the delivery of high-quality patient-centered healthcare. As a result of expansion and strategic initiatives aimed at delivering care at world-class standards, career opportunities exist for high-performing professionals who can contribute and thrive in a rapidly growing organization. The hospital already holds international standards accreditation and is seeking other such accreditations and is looking for leaders who are ready to contribute to the achievement of these goals. This role is responsible for treating all eye illnesses, diseases, injuries, and other eye conditions. He/she will perform vision tests, prescribe corrective lenses, and attend to all surgical eye issues both in children and adults.
- Minimum Qualification: MBA / MSc
- Experience Level: Mid level
- Experience Length: 3 years
- Functionally report to the Branch Lead Clinical Services
- Administratively report to the Managing Director
- Provide routine care such as vision testing, and prescription of glasses and contact lenses.
- Diagnose and treat all eye diseases in children and adults.
- Performing advanced surgical procedures such as repair of eye injuries, corneas, and removal of cataracts.
- Treating medical disorders that affect the vision.
- Using therapeutic procedures and performing biopsies.
- Renewed glasses if necessary.
- Educate and counsel patients on contact lens care, visual hygiene, lighting arrangements, and safety factors.
- Communicate with patients regarding surgeries, follow-up care, tests, and procedures.
- Coordinate the delivery of eyewear products to customers according to specified guidelines.
- Educate patients on how to use the various eye wears especially contact lenses.
- Advise patients on lens and frame selections.
- Manage the administrative requirements of the clinic and patient care including planning and budgeting activities for the clinic.
- Supervise and manage staff and nurses in the department.
- Adhere to all Lily Hospital policies and procedures with reference to best clinical practice.
- Promote health education in conjunction with other health professionals.
- Perform other duties as assigned to you by senior leadership
- Participate in clinical audits and quality programs as appropriate.
- Ensure consistent and accurate medical record-keeping practices.
- Ensure proper credentialing of all patients before going to the theatre for surgery.
- Comply with all the provisions of the Nigeria Data Protection Regulation
- Minimum academic qualification of a Fellowship degree from the West African College of Surgeons or National Postgraduate Medical College or relevant qualification.
- 3 - 5 years relevant cognate work experience as an ophthalmologist.
- Membership of the Nigeria Medical Association
- Member Ophthalmology Society of Nigeria both local and national.
- Knowledge of the Microsoft Office package.
- Outstanding communication (oral and written), interpersonal, and people management skills.
- Possess a high degree of accuracy and attention to
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