Ophthalmic Clinical Officer – St Francis Community Hospital

Provide consultations at the eye clinic
Diagnose, manage and refer cataract cases appropriately
Increase community awareness to participation in eye care especially cataract identification and referral
Perform cataract surgeries and refer complicated cases appropriately
Take part in planning and participating in eye camps
Ensure that all assessments and treatment provided are properly documented on patients files
Maintain an accurate and updated records keeping system in the health unit keeping in mind that any significant changes seen with regards to cases seen in health unit should be reported to the Doctor in charge and other relevant authorities
Admit patients to the wards when necessary and ensure that M.O. in-charge is promptly informed.
Maintain equipment in good condition and submit regular inventory report of the same
Compile and submit quarterly inventory return/ requisition of all drugs and supplies

Qualifications and Skills
Diploma in Clinical medicine and Higher Diploma in Ophthalmology from a recognized Institution
Registered with the Clinical Officer’s Council- Kenya
Minimum 3 years’ experience in a similar role (Post specialization)
Must be willing to work during odd hours and on weekends/holidays
Committed to work in multidisciplinary team

Method of Application
Only qualified candidates are encouraged to email their applications with detailed curriculum vitae, names and contacts of three referees, current and expected salary to hr@stfrancishospital.or.ke on or before 15th November, 2021.