Orthopaedic Nurse Job at AIC Kijabe Hospital

On Monday, April 29th, 2013

Orthopaedic Nurse

AIC Kijabe Hospital has one of the leading orthopeadic facilities in East Africa with a modern, 8-room theatre suite.

Due to the growth of the Orthopeadics services and training program, a need has arisen for an Orthopeadic Nurse.

Purpose: 
To glorify God by providing quality orthopaedic care to patients by assisting medical staff and advising other department staff on the care of patients.

Major Duties and Responsibilities
  • To be a witness of Jesus Christ and to disciple others to God’s greater glory, in the orthopaedic theatres.
  • In collaboration with the orthopaedic team, to care for the health care needs of patients referred by the Kijabe Hospital.
  • To work with all department In-Charges to continually improve the quality of care delivered to orthopaedic patients.
  • To attend orthopaedic consultation clinic in collaboration with the other orthopaedic consultant(s).
  • To take orthopaedic call in rotation as agreed with the consultant orthopaedist(s).
  • To coordinate ward care of orthopaedic inpatients, including an emphasis on efficient admissions process, bed utilization, and discharge coordination.
Qualifications, Skills & Experience
  • Nurse in good standing with the appropriate Kenyan licensing board.
  • Training or experience theatre operations preferably in Orthopedics
  • Interest in orienting students, interns, MOs, and other health care professionals
  • Commitment to working with Kijabe Hospital clinical, educational and spiritual teams to fulfill their respective goals.
  • Good skills in organization, interpersonal and teamwork.
If you qualify for the position, kindly send your CV to [email protected] on or before 10th May 2013. 
Do not attach certificates

To view a detailed job description, log on to http://www.kijabehospital.org careers page
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