The Lady Medical Officer is an appropriately qualified and registered medical professional with knowledge and skills to provide comprehensive primary medical services and care. You will be responsible for providing patient-centered, culturally appropriate and holistic care to a defined population of the mountain-based rural community. Maternal and child health care is one of the focus areas of Aarohi, you will have a good understanding of socio-cultural determinants of women’s health and required skills to impact health seeking behavioral changes. You will be someone who is passionate about living in the mountains with a sense of adventure and a desire to work in the remote and difficult terrains.
• Minimum qualifications MBBS
• You should be registered with the Uttarakhand Medical Council
• Ideally a Gynecologist
The role and Responsibilities
Your roles and responsibilities will be, but not be limited to
1. Provide primary medical services at Aarohi Arogya Kendra
2. Provide primary medical services at Mobile Medical Camps through the Mobile Medical Unit, from the 1st to the 8th of every month
3. Provide urgent medical and nursing services including resuscitation, stabilization and assessment and diagnosis, treatment and referral as necessary
4. Assess the urgency and severity of presenting problems through history taking, examination, and investigation.
5. Recommending and, where appropriate, undertaking treatment options and carrying out/referring for appropriate interventions and procedures, including but not limited to prescribing, minor surgery and other general practice procedures, counseling, psychological interventions, advising and education.
6. Referral for diagnostic, therapeutic and support services as required.
Coordination and management
1. Support the Clinical Health Coordinator in the day to day management of the Aarohi Arogya Kendra
2. Ensure all services provided at the Aarohi Arogya Kendra and at the MMU are charged appropriately.
3. Assist Clinical Health Coordinator to meet various medico-legal compliances.
4. Ensure maintenance of all
5. Ensuring all reports and documentation are completed within agreed timeframes and assist the clinical health coordinator and the community health coordinator with appropriate data and information to compile donor reports, six monthly reports, and annual reports.
6. Assess the training and capacity building needs of the ground staff from time to time; provide those training or organize external resource persons for the same.
You will be reporting to the Clinical Health Coordinator. Hours of work are set out in the Employment Agreement, however, there may be times when you are required to undertake other duties outside of these hours as requested. This may involve attendance at meetings, staff meetings or training sessions.
Salary will be commensurate of your qualifications and experience. Aarohi has a provision of housing allowance and tough this is a remote area, there are a strong organisational support system and that of like-minded professionals who work with Aarohi and have settled in the area.
Please send your CV along with a letter of intent to Dr.Suchita Lohani, Coordinator – Clinical Health Programme at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Aarohi is a registered non-governmental organization (NGO) working the field of Eco tourism, Education & Literacy, Environment and natural resource management, Health & Nutrition, Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Womens Development & Empowerment, etc. The NGO works towards the promotion of sustainable development. The NGO was established in 1992?. The registration number of the organization is: 238/1992?(17-08-1992)?. The organization is operational in Uttarakhand, India.