Reputed Hospitals in Dubai And Abu Dhabi are looking for a caring, talented A Consultant Critical Care Medicine to care for our patients who are dealing with critical conditions. The Acute Care Nurse Practitioner may work in inpatient or outpatient care and will speak with our patients about their conditions, order and interpret diagnostic tests, and work with patients, families, and physicians to establish care plans. You should be a skilled nurse practitioner with comprehensive knowledge of acute conditions, diagnostics, and treatments.
To succeed as a Consultant in Critical Care Medicine, you should be focused on providing high-quality care and support to patients and families. You should be sympathetic, analytical, and knowledgeable.
Critical Care Medicine Responsibilities:
Speaking with patients to better understand their concerns, needs, conditions, and medical histories.
Admitting, discharging, and doing scheduled rounds to check on patients.
Performing examinations ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests, and going over results with patients or the physician, if necessary.
Establishing care or condition management plans, including prescribing medications or other treatments.
Educating the patient and family members about medical conditions and courses of action.
Keeping records regarding patient history, condition, treatments, and progress.
Alerting physicians when conditions worsen or if abnormalities arise.
Consultant Critical Care Medicine-requirements:
Master s degree or Doctorate and a state license.
Experience, additional certifications, or fluency in a second language may be preferred.
Knowledge of acute conditions and treatments.
Understanding of diagnostic tests and the ability to interpret test results.
Excellent verbal and written communication, analytical, interpersonal, and active listening skills.
Strong computer and data entry skills.
Alert, thorough, reliable, and calm under stress.
Organized and attentive, especially when multitasking under pressure.
Passionate and committed to providing high-quality, sympathetic care, and service to patients