The Physician Otolaryngology performs clinical care, education and research for the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology and the Department of Surgery.
The Physician Otolaryngology is expected to perform at a high level to provide excellent care for patients and families.
The incumbent demonstrates leadership for the other members of the Otolaryngology team.
The Physician Otolaryngology is responsible for Care for patients in the outpatient setting, inpatient consultations, emergency call coverage, surgical care and surgical teaching, teaching of residents, fellows and other members of the staff, participation in otolaryngology meetings and patient rounds, and participation in individual or team research projects.
The Physician Otolaryngology may be required to develop a multidisciplinary clinic.
KEY ROLE ACCOUNTABILITIES
Works on : Upper airway pathology, congenital and acquired head and neck pathologies, Rhinology, Otological and hearing related pathologies, experience in surgically implantable hearing devices as well as the usual secondary type pathologies related to pediatric otolaryngology practice.
Responsible for ensuring a high standard of service is continually provided to all patients, their families and other hospital staff as prescribed in the patient care and facility standards set down by Sidra Medical and Research Center.
Works as a full-time appointment to Weill Cornell Medical College Qatar and collaborates with the Medical School, to provide teaching support for instruction regarding the otolaryngology curriculum (both general and pediatric specific) by the members of the division for the undergraduate medical students and surgical residents as required for an ACGME curriculum.
In conjunction with the Division Chief, Identifies and articulates the vision, strategic direction, and growth of the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology Surgery providing excellent patient clinical and surgical care
Provides excellent patient clinical and surgical care
Covers emergency and call duties as determined by the Division Chief
Participates in clinical care at offsite locations such as the Hamad General Hospital as required
Works collaboratively with Weill Cornell Medical College Qatar to provide teaching support for instruction regarding the Otolaryngology curriculum (both general and pediatric specific) by the members of the division for the undergraduate medical students and surgical residents as required for an ACGME curriculum
Works in a congenial, supportive, collaborative and equitable environment.
Works collaboratively with other physicians and all other division staff to ensure that cohesive, cross functional teams are maintained.
Promotes mentorship and academic career development for junior team members.
Participates in clinical research projects
Actively participates in graduate medical education and in education for nursing, technical staff, and other physicians as necessary
Communicates effectively, consistently, and in a timely manner with colleagues and other staff members
Keeps excellent and complete electronic medical records.
Participates actively in departmental meetings, retreats, journal clubs, and other agendas
Performs departmental duties as requested by the Division Chief
Scope of clinical responsibilities
Provides pediatric otolaryngology care for the patients in the Sidra-Hamad Joint Pediatric Program. This includes clinic and outpatient consultations, operative procedures for routine, urgent and emergent care.
Develops and runs multi-disciplinary teams required for optimal care of the otolaryngology Surgery patient population.
Provides clinical services as required to maintain, as much as possible, continuous coverage for the population. This may include rotations at partner institutions such as Hamad Medical Center;
it will require participation in on call roster. All scheduling for on call is done by the Division, under the overall direction of the Chief of Surgery.
Participates in medical research / academic projects for the Division of otolaryngology. This includes the participation in joint programs, collaborations and primary projects of the Division, under the overall direction of the Chief of Surgery.
Is accessible and available to referring physicians and allied health care providers.
Works cooperatively with other members of department to ensure that high standard of patient care services is maintained.
Facilitates patient access to medical care by recommending appropriate referrals to other health care providers in accordance with policies and regulations of the facility.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE
MD degree / MB BCH Degree
Completion of residency program in the specialty area from an accredited Western Board.
Sub specially Fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology (or equivalent training or certification).
2+ years of post-certification / residency in clinical care or education in the relevant field