Medical Officer Resume Examples

medical officer

  • Providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis (TB) care. This ranges from diagnosis, counselling, psychosocial support, treatment, disease monitoring and follow-up.
  • Leading a diverse team of professionals that run the HIV/TB clinics, overseeing and supervising lower cadre health professionals.
  • Working directly with the Monitoring and Evaluation team to ensure proper clinical data collection.
  • Analysis of clinic data and using it as a tool to identify gaps and for improving quality of service offered by the HIV clinic.
  • Organising continuous medical education sessions
  • Coordination of outreach (community-based) HIV activities. These include community drug deliveries, HIV testing and prevention campaigns.
  • Preparation of periodic reports.

medical officer

  • Oversaw the financial, logistical, and operational management of a combat support hospital. These typically consist of 5 departments; primary care, patient hold, physical therapy, dentistry, and laboratory services.
  • Responsible for the supervision and professional development of 36 personnel. This includes EMTs, Nurses, PAs, NPs, Physical Therapists, Dentists, and Physicians.
  • Maintained an inventory log for 5.2 million dollars worth of medical equipment. Responsible for coordinating repairs/maintenance, trouble shooting product issues, and improvising solutions when inevitable deficiencies occurred.
  • Direct and coordinate activities of nurses, assistants, specialists, residents, and other medical staff.

senior medical officer

  • Direct, supervise and evaluate the work activities of the technical and clinical team in providing behavioral, biomedical and structural HIV prevention interventions
  • Maintain communication between the senior management team and technical and clinical staff by attending board meetings and coordinating interdepartmental functioning.
  • ensure data quality, assurance and compliance in the use of the electronic medical record system (eMR) to produce reports
  • develop, implement and ensure adherence to standard operating procedures (SOPs), protocols, guidelines and policies 
  • prepare monthly and quarterly technical reports 
  • plan, develop and track progress of terms of reference (TOR) and program budgets
  • oversee the biomedical/clinical components of the RV368 TRUST research study.

medical officer

  • Prepare case histories.
  • Conduct research to develop and test surgical techniques that can improve operating procedures and outcomes.
  • Organizing Health Education campaigns to the clients 
  • ensure the Centre adheres to local, state and federal laws, regulations and statutes.

medical officer

  • Facilitate the outpatient clinic, provide acute clinical care and assess patient need for admission.
  • Conduct ward rounds and provide comprehensive inpatient care.
  • Develop training materials and conduct in-service and external training programs
  • provide primary care and treat patients in line with best practices

junior medical officer

  • Attend to women with general health issues and reproductive health conditions. 
  • Provided medical care for general ward patients. 
  • Undertook ward rounds twice a day and attended to the new patient admissions. 
  • Monitored and followed up the progress of patients. 

medical officer

  • Worked as supervising officer a 60 beds Frontier Corps Hospital, in one of most rugged areas of world.
  • Engaged with extremely poor populace to enhance their awareness towards health issues.
  • Provided free of cost health services by organizing medical camps, in far flung locations, on quarterly basis.
  • In addition to clinical services, portfolio responsibilities required management of administrative services including conduct / administer fiscal operations, direct, supervise and evaluate work activities of medical, nursing, technical, clerical, service, maintenance, and other personnel.   

medical officer

  • Diagnosing the disease as per symptoms
  • Observing the examination of samples for disease diagnose
  • Performed basic medical procedures while working
  • Periodically consulting the patients and observing their improvements and making reports
  • In case of emergency giving the basic treatment to the patients
  • Helping other medical staff in performing their duties

medical officer (doctor)

  • Physical examination of newly admitted patients into the Emergency Department.
  • Responding to clinically deteriorating patients.
  • Conducting phlebotomy and taking blood samples such as utilising venepuncture skills under strict infection control guidelines.
  • Reviewing patients with various medical illnesses along with consultants, medical officers and other disciplines.
  • Conducting post mortems and preparing post mortem reports for medico-legal purposes.
  • Assisting consultants with childbirths and minor surgeries.
  • Teaching of interns and medical students various basic clinical skills such as suturing, life support, venepuncture, nasogastric tube insertion, supra-pubic catheterisation etc.

medical officer

  • Attending to inpatients  and outpatients in Medical, Surgical, Obstetric and Critical Care Units 
  • Conducting major and minor surgeries 
  • Supervising Medical and Clinical Officer Interns 
  • Organizing and Co-ordinating CME activities 
  • Leading departmental morbidity and mortality audit meetings