Company Name : International Rescue committee(IRC)

Medical doctor

Job Description

Background/IRC Summary: 

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises. We help people to survive and rebuild their lives. Founded at the request of Albert Einstein, the IRC offers lifesaving care and life-changing assistance to refugees forced to flee from war or disaster. At work today in over countries and U.S. cities, we restore safety, dignity, and hope to millions who are uprooted and struggling to endure. The IRC leads the way from harm to home.

Since 2007, IRC has worked with refugees and other vulnerable populations in Jordan focusing on urban and camp interventions addressing health, protection, economic development, and early childhood development for Syrian refugees and host communities. IRC through its health program has been providing essential Primary and Reproductive Health (RH) services to Syrian refugees and vulnerable host communities in Jordan.

Job Overview/Summary: The medical doctor will provide professional medical care of the highest quality and according to national and international laws and standards. Medical doctors will provide clinical treatment to patients at the IRC health facility at Mafraq Fixed clinic refugee camp operating at the primary level of health care. You will also be involved in running the practice, alone or in partnership with other GPs. You will work with a team that includes practice nurses, health visitors, midwives, counselors, and administrative support staff.

Major Responsibilities: GP will perform the following specific activities:

1-responding to medical/health problems presented by patients including history taking, diagnosis, investigation, treatment, and referral as appropriate.

2-Applied international case definition and disease outbreak criteria in the workplace.

3-maintaining confidentiality and impartiality.

4-commissioning healthcare by collaborating closely with medical professionals in the community and Other NGOs.

5-promoting health education in conjunction with other health professionals.

6-organizing preventative medical programs for individual patients.

7-meeting targets set by the IRC and international criteria for specific treatments.

8-Keeping detailed records of all patients and the treatments they receive

9-managing resources to handle targets as effectively as possible, for example, using the NCD criteria and Referral Service.

10-have basic abilities for work, such as maintaining patients’ records using specific packages.

11-keeping up to date with medical developments, new drugs, treatments, and medications, including complementary medicine.

12-Maintaining a portfolio of continuing professional development (CPD) activities.

13-Maintaining NCD management criteria.

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