Screen approximately 80-100 patients, both in person and telephone calls; assess need for medical intervention daily.
Prepare and set up for minor surgical procedures, e.g., mole removals, vasectomies, etc., and assist physician as required.
Conduct various physical examinations (routine physicals: weight, height, blood pressure, pulse, urine, eye chart, color vision, hemoglobin, prenatal examinations: weight, blood pressure, urine; babies: head circumference, weight length).
Prepare necessary requisitions for various laboratory tests to be carried out at hospitals (primarily x-rays); advise patients regarding preparation for tests.
Provide counseling and advice to patients on a number of matters (students, prenatal patients, mothers with newborns, planning for birth control, diet counseling, etc.).
Maintain adequate stock of medical supplies; reorder through Clinic Manager.
Conduct various immunization or related clinical sessions annually.
Maintain current level of skills and knowledge through readings, attending lectures, workshops etc., as required.
Registered Nurse. Clinic experience and proficiency in Nightingale preferred, but not essential.
As an employer of choice, Dalhousie University offers an attractive total compensation package, including a defined benefit pension plan, health and dental plans, an employee and family assistance plan, and a tuition assistance program.
This competition closes June 22, 2012.
Salary Range: $46,758 - $57,022 per annum (32.5 hours per week) (Technologist T-9)
This position is part of the Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union Local 77 (NSGEU). Dalhousie University - 11 months ago