St Helen’s specialist hospital and medi-care centre limited is a newly established healthcare facility with the state of the art medical equipment to revolutionize the healthcare delivery service in Nigeria.

We are recruiting to fill the position of:

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Job Title: Medical Officer

Location: Benue
Unit / Dept.: General Medicine
Reporting To: Various Clinical Heads
Chief Medical Director Responsible For: N/A

Job Summary

  • To provide alongside other clinical colleagues, appropriate and qualitative Primary Care services to Hospital clients/patients in order to diagnose and treat various injuries, illnesses & diseases.
  • This role supports the Hospital’s Mission of total patient management by leveraging modern technology, the best in human capital, robust network collaboration and teamwork to drive the process of excellent care.

Main Duties and Responsibilities
Clinical:

  • Work in close co-operation with and support other clinical & medical professionals and colleagues across the Organization to provide Primary Care Services to the Hospital’s patients and referred clients form other hospitals & clinics as follows: Urgent medical and nursing services (including resuscitation, stabilization and assessment and diagnosis, treatment and referral as necessary); assessing the urgency and severity of presenting problems through history taking, examination and investigation.
  • Participate and support the total management of patients in the wards by assisting with the clerking of cases and performing of minor procedures.
  • Contribute to the timeliness of performing and reporting all patient examinations.
  • Take assigned Call Duty as per Hospital/Department guidelines.
  • Undertake all work in accordance with contractual requirements and the Hospital’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and policies.
  • 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, counselling, psychological interventions, advising and education.
  • Making appropriate referrals for diagnostic, therapeutic and support services as required.

Administration:

  • Timely completion and input of required patient documentation in the Hospital’s Patient Information Record system
  • Attend and participate in various departmental and non-functional meetings as required.
  • Collaborate with Management in the efficient running of St. Helen’s Hospital General Medicine Services and the Hospital in general.

Quality and Standards:

  • Develop and maintain good work practices for their assigned Department and the Hospital in general.
  • Establish, maintain & actively promote quality-related goals and Departmental compliance to Organizational and professional standards of conduct and practice.
  • Provide medical information from the Radiology Department’s experiences for the development of systems to support the Organization’s service delivery quality and standards.

Safety:

  • Consistently exercise a general duty of care for the health, safety and wellbeing of work colleagues, visitors and patients and oneself.

People Management & Personal Development:

  • Actively contribute to the training & development of departmental staff and colleagues when required.
  • Be responsible for own personal development by attending accredited conferences and meetings to update one’s clinical knowledge, coaching and management skills in line with CME requirement.

Education, Qualifications & Experience

  • Education: MBBS/MBBCH from a recognized institution; plus, a minimum of 5 years’ broad post-qualification experience in Radiology including plain film reporting, barium studies, ultrasound, CT and MRI.
  • Previous Experience
  • Knowledgeable of the latest technological advances in Diagnostic & Therapeutic Radiology.
  • Valid Medical Practice Licence.
  • Post Graduate Studies
  • Must be a Fellow of the West African College of Surgeons, NPMCN or it’s foreign equivalent.

Job Title: Head of Department (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)

Location: Benue
Unit / Dept.: Obstetrics And Gynaecology
Reporting To: Chief Medical Director

Responsible For

  • All members of the Obstetrics & Gynaecology Dept.
  • To provide, in consultation with other colleagues, appropriate services & interventions in Obstetrics & Gynaecology to patients of the Hospital & Medi-care Centre. Focusing on the daily oversight of the Department,the Department Head will play an integral role in the Management Team of the Hospital, serving as a mentor and subject matter expert, training medical officers, midwives and other colleagues.

Main Duties and Responsibilities
Clinical:

  • To manage, lead & coordinate the personnel and efficient operations of the Hospital’s OB/GYN Department.
  • Perform and/or direct the Hospital’s OB/GYN Staff to perform a variety of patient examinations, medical interventions and/or procedures including interviewing new patients to assess their symptoms, needs, or problems and the conduct of wellness exams e.g. pap smears, pelvic and breast exams.
  • Record and utilize patients’ medical history for diagnosis; order and analyze necessary tests, screenings, biopsies, scans, etc. to effectively diagnose health problems.
  • Communicate examination/requested test results to patients’ families’ or primary physician(s) through written reports, emails or verbally, either by phone or in person.
  • Monitor and treat patients during pregnancy and childbirth, including prenatal advising up to delivery and postnatal care; occasionally in collaboration with a midwife.
  • Counsel patients on safe sex, Family Planning and preventative medicine practices.
  • Work in close co-operation with and support other clinical & medical professionals and colleagues across the Organization to provide patients with high quality surgical care and services of the highest standard.
  • Take assigned GYN & OB calls per Hospital/Department guidelines.
  • Undertake all work in accordance with contractual requirements and the Hospital’s standard operating procedures and policies.

Administration:

  • Maintain detailed and accurate patient records via the Hospital’s Patients’ Records system(s).
  • Participate in departmental consultant and senior staff meetings; attend other departmental and management meetings as required.
  • Collaborate with Management in the efficient running of the Hospital’s OB/GYN Department services and the Hospital in general.

Quality and Standards:

  • Develop and introduce approved standards and guidelines for the Hospital’s OB/GYN services and programs.
  • Develop and maintain good work practices for the Department and the Hospital in general.
  • Establish, maintain & actively promote the establishment of quality-related goals and Departmental compliance to Organizational and professional standards of conduct and practice.
  • Promptly address, resolve and/or escalate where necessary all complaints and concerns about the Department.
  • Provide medical information from the OB/GYN Department’s experiences for the development of systems to support the Organization’s service delivery quality and standards.

Safety:

  • Work actively to reduce unintended harm to patients.
  • Consistently exercise a general duty of care for the health, safety and wellbeing of work colleagues, visitors and patients and oneself.

People Management & Personal Development:

  • In conjunction with the HR Department, recruit and engage qualified personnel to fill available job openings in the Department as they arise.
  • Actively contribute to the training & development of departmental staff and colleagues when required.
  • Be responsible, with management support, for own personal development by attending accredited conferences and meetings to update one’s clinical knowledge, coaching and management skills in line with CME requirements. Education, Qualifications & Experience

Education

  • MBBS/MBBCH from a recognized institution; plus, a minimum of 8 years’ robust post-certification practice in Obstetrics & Gynaecology.
  • Valid Medical Practice Licence.

Post Graduate Studies:

  • Must be a Fellow of the West African College of Surgeons, NPMCN or it’s foreign equivalent in the relevant specialization(s).

Previous Experience:

  • Clinical experience and knowledge of running a sub-specialty service would be an added advantage.
  • Knowledgeable and familiar with risk management & quality control procedures.

Job Title: Head of Department (Paediatrics)

Location: Benue
Unit / Dept.: Paediatrics
Reporting To: Chief Medical Director

Responsible For

  • All members of the Paediatrics Surgery Dept.
  • To provide, in collaboration with other colleagues, appropriate services, interventions and high-quality care to Paediatric patients of the Hospital & Medi-care Centre for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illness. Responsible for daily oversight of the Department and the direction, coordination, medical management & quality improvement functions of the Business Unit.

Main Duties and Responsibilities
Clinical:

  • To manage, lead & coordinate the personnel and efficient operations of the Hospital’s Paediatrics department.
  • Provide and/or direct other members of the Department in the provision of high quality, cost efficient and timely medical care to patients.
  • Order and analyze necessary tests, screenings, biopsies, scans, etc. to effectively diagnose health problems.
  • Communicate examination/requested test results to patients’ families’ or primary physician(s) through written reports, emails or verbally, either by phone or in person.
  • Perform post-op or follow-up examinations of patients prior to releasing them from care where required to ensure proper healing and continuing health.
  • Work in close co-operation with and support other clinical & medical professionals and colleagues across the Organization to provide patients with high quality surgical care and services of the highest standard.
  • Take assigned Call Duty per Hospital/Department guidelines.
  • Undertake all work in accordance with contractual requirements and the Hospital’s standard operating procedures and policies.

Administration:

  • Develop, receive approval and communicate Standard Operations Policies (SOPs) and procedures for the Department.
  • Timely completion of required patient documentation in the Hospital’s Medical Record system
  • Participate in departmental consultant and senior staff meetings; attend other departmental and management meetings as required.
  • Collaborate with Management in the efficient running of the Hospital’s Paediatrics Department services and the Hospital in general.

Quality and Standards:

  • Develop and maintain good work practices for the Department and the Hospital in general.
  • Establish, maintain & actively promote quality-related goals and Departmental compliance to Organizational and professional standards of conduct and practice.
  • Promptly address, resolve and/or escalate where necessary all complaints and concerns regarding the Department.
  • Provide medical information from the Department’s experiences for the development of systems to support the Organization’s service delivery quality and standards.

Safety:

  • Work actively to reduce unintended harm to patients.
  • Consistently exercise a general duty of care for the health, safety and wellbeing of work colleagues, visitors and patients and oneself.

People Management & Personal Development:

  • In conjunction with the HR Department, recruit and engage qualified personnel to fill available job openings in the Department as they arise.
  • Actively contribute to the training & development of departmental staff and colleagues when required.
  • Be responsible for own personal development by attending accredited conferences and meetings to update one’s clinical knowledge, coaching and management skills in line with CME requirements. Education, Qualifications & Experience.

Education

  • MBBS/MBBCH from a recognized institution; plus, a minimum of 6 years’ robust post-graduation practice in Paediatrics.
  • Valid Medical Practice Licence.

Post-Graduate Studies:

  • Must be a Fellow of the West African College of Surgeons, NPMCN or it’s foreign equivalent.

Previous Experience:

  • Experience and knowledge of running sub-specialty service would be an advantage.
  • Knowledgeable in and familiar with risk management & quality control procedures.

Job Title: Head of Department (Surgery)

Location: Benue
Reporting To: Chief Medical Director

Responsible For:

  • All members of the General Surgery Dept.
  • To provide, in consultation with other colleagues, appropriate Surgical services & interventions to patients of the
  • Hospital & Medi-care Centre designated with responsibility for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of illness.
  • Focusing on the daily oversight of the Department of Surgery, the Head of Surgery will play an integral role in the
  • Management Team of the Hospital, serving as a mentor, working & training new surgeons and surgical residents.

Main Duties and Responsibilities
Clinical:

  • To manage, lead & coordinate the personnel and efficient operations of the Hospital’s Surgical Department.
  • Perform and/or direct the Hospital’s Surgical Staff to perform a variety of surgical procedures to treat illnesses and injuries.
  • Thoroughly counsel patients about the risks of any potential surgical interventions and/or potential complications during post-op; communicate surgical results to patients’ families’ or primary physician(s) through written reports, emails or verbally, either by phone or in person.
  • Perform post-op examinations of patients prior to releasing them from care; scheduling follow-up visits with patients where required to ensure proper healing and continuing health.
  • Work in close co-operation with and support other clinical & medical professionals and colleagues across the Organization to provide patients with high quality surgical care and services of the highest standard.
  • Take assigned surgical calls as per Hospital/department guidelines.
  • Undertake all work in accordance with contractual requirements and the Hospital’s standard operating procedures and policies.

Administration:

  • Develop, receive approval and communicate Standard Operations Policies (SOPs) and procedures for the Department.
  • Timely completion of required patient documentation in the Hospital’s Medical Record system
  • Participate in departmental consultant and senior staff meetings; attend other departmental and management meetings as required.
  • Collaborate with Management in the efficient running of Hospital’s Surgery Department services and the Hospital in general.

Quality and Standards:

  • Develop and maintain good work practices for the Department and the Hospital in general.
  • Establish, maintain & actively promote quality-related goals and Departmental compliance to Organizational and professional standards of conduct and practice.
  • Promptly address, resolve and/or escalate where necessary all complaints and concerns about the Surgical Department.
  • Provide medical information from the Surgical Department’s experiences for the development of systems to support the Organization’s service delivery quality and standards.

Safety:

  • Work actively to reduce unintended harm to patients.
  • Consistently exercise a general duty of care for the health, safety and wellbeing of work colleagues, visitors and patients and oneself.

People Management & Personal Development:

  • In conjunction with the HR Department, recruit and engage qualified personnel to fill available job openings in the Department as they arise.
  • Actively contribute to the training & development of departmental staff and colleagues when required.
  • Be responsible for own personal development by attending accredited conferences and meetings to update one’s clinical knowledge, coaching and management skills in line with CME requirements. Education, Qualifications & Experience

Education

  • MBBS / MBBCH from a recognized institution; plus, a minimum of 8 years’ robust post-graduation practice in General Surgery.
  • Valid Medical Practice Licence.
  • Must be a Fellow of the West African College of Surgeons, NPMCN or it’s foreign equivalent.

Previous Experience:

  • Clinical expertise in General Surgery; experience and knowledge of running a sub-specialty service would be an added advantage.
  • Knowledgeable in the latest technological advances in Surgery and familiar with the performance of risk management & quality control procedures.

Job Title: Account Officer

Location: Benue
Unit / Dept. Accounts & Finance
Reporting To: Chief Accountant

Job Summary

  • This position is responsible for efficiently processing various Head Office payments and other accounting activities such as Accounts Payable, reconciliation of relevant sub-ledger(s), control accounts to the General Ledger and maintenance of Head Office petty cash.

Main Duties and Responsibilities
Reporting and Financial Statements:

  • Timely processing of Head Office accounting ledgers and sub–ledgers by verifying and posting all account transactions to the accounting software on a daily basis.
  • Ensure the proper documentation of the Company’s financial records to aid the preparation of the Company’s financial statement against agreed timelines.
  • Efficiently maintain and manage the Head Office petty cash.
  • Review and process Head Office Cash Advance requests; receive & review Advance retirements against supporting documents

Accounts Payable:

  • Timely Processing of Head Office payments to suppliers, contractors and employees were necessary.
  • Monthly reconciliation of Vendor/Supplier statements and related transactions.
  • Daily processing of Head Office accounts payables and raising of accurate payment vouchers as/when required.

Financial Control:

  • Review invoices for consistency with purchase/service orders and process.
  • Call over daily entries against originating/supporting documents.
  • Monthly reconciliation of the Hospital’s fixed assets and inventory to the General Ledger.
  • Proof branch expense entries per branch returns to ensure accuracy and validity and forward to the Accounts Manager for final review authorization/approval to post.

Miscellaneous:

  • Update knowledge and keep abreast of new regulations or policies that may affect the Hospital financial processing and reporting methodology.
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by the Chief Accountant.

Education, Qualifications & Experience

  • B.Sc. in Accounting, Finance or other related disciplines.
  • Certification ICAN/ANAN/ACCA/CIMA will be an added advantage
  • Post-Graduate Studies
  • 3-5 years of experience in an accounting/finance setting
  • General ledger experience
  • Handling a variety of month-end responsibilities within generally accepted
  • Accounting principles.

Job Title: Chief Medical Director

Location: Benue
Unit / Dept: Executive Management
Reporting to: Board of Directors
Responsible for: All Hospital Employees

Job Summary

  • This role will oversee the effective management of the Hospital and its’ operations.
  • As Chief Medical Director, you are responsible for managing the Hospital’s clinical operations, hospital budgets, recruiting and training physicians and other healthcare professionals, liaising between administration and medical staff, ensuring that all staff adhere to safety standards and that patients receive the highest standard of medical care.

Job Descriptions

  • Work with the Operations Manager to develop appropriate performance goals, key performance indicators and benchmarks for the Organization.
  • In collaboration with the Operations Manager and the Chief Accountant, effectively allocate available resources in accordance to the Board-approved Annual Budget.
  • Monitor Organization’s clinical performance and continually find ways to improve it both administratively and clinically
  • Maintain mutually beneficial relationships with customers, partners and vendors.
  • Monitor the various Department & Unit Heads to guarantee agreed turnaround times of all services are adhered to, including the transportation of samples and send-out of tests.
  • Prepare / provide timely, accurate and complete reports on the operating condition of the Company for the Board of Directors as required.
  • Attends Hospital Board meetings, bringing concerns, requests and challenges to the Board as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.

Main Duties and Responsibilities
Administration:

  • Supervise and co-ordinate the activities and performance of all Department Heads, Hospital physicians and other clinical staff to ensure patients receive the highest standard of medical care.
  • In conjunction with the Chief Accountant, develop and manage the Hospital’s Annual Budget.
  • Ordering of new hospital equipment, consumables, machinery and supplies.
  • Act as a liaison between Operations (Support) and Medical Staff.

Sales & Marketing:

  • Work with the Operations Manager and other members of the Executive Team to initiate plans, strategies, procedures, regulations and programs to benefit the Hospital’s patients and increase revenue generation and the achievement of business goals for the Hospital.
  • Develop branding and communications plans, programs and budgets to increase awareness of the Hospital’s service offerings and enhance the Organization’s image.

Customer Satisfaction:

  • Champion a corporate culture of excellence in customer service delivery and continuous improvement in service delivery across all departments and functions.
  • Where necessary, Investigate and resolve customer service issues promptly.
  • Provide appropriate coaching and support to Hospital personnel to ensure delightful service delivery.

People Management:

  • Provide high-level leadership to the Organization in ways that reflect the Mission and Core Values of the Organization.
  • Recruit, train, advise and mentor physicians; train and motivate other health care professionals and support staff of the Hospital as required.
  • Ensure that all Hospital practices adhere to the it’s standards and code(s) of medical ethics, local healthcare regulations and safety standards are constantly met and staff are kept up-to-date on all new healthcare regulations or any changes in the Facility’s Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Participate & direct the development and implementation of effective policies for the Organization.
  • Address concerns, grievances and requests posed by Hospital staff.

Operations:

  • Provide leadership in creating a success-oriented, responsive and accountable environment within the Organization.

Education, Qualifications & Experience
Education:

  • MBBS or MBBCH from an accredited institution plus broad medical knowledge with specialized training in a particular field, such as Family Medicine, Cardiology or Emergency Care.
  • Valid Medical Practice License
  • Post Graduate Studies
  • A Masters’ in Business Administration (MBA), Public Health, Health Administration (MHA) or its’ equivalent from a recognized institution would be an advantage.

Previous Experience:

  • 10 – 12 years’ robust clinical experience with at least 4+ years’ experience in managerial roles
  • Experience with Clinical Risk Management and safety protocols.
  • Familiarity with electronic Patient Information Management systems is a definite advantage.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their CV to: careers.sthelens@gmail.com using the job title as subject of the mail

EJES GIST NAIJA

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