Emergency Medicine Doctor – Vietnam – AR-018

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Posting
:  AR-018
Title
:  

Emergency Medicine Doctor – Vietnam – AR-018

Country
:  Vietnam
Profession
:  Emergency Room A&E Doctor
Job Type
:  Two Years' Commitment
Relocation
:  Perhaps a little
Salary
:  US$7,000 per month net after taxes
Start Date
:  90 days after offer acceptance

Job Posting Number AR-018
Job Title: Emergency Room Doctor
Open to: All English Speaking Currently Board Certified in Emergency Medicine Doctors
Location:  Vietnam
Job Type: Permanent, Direct Hire
Commitment: Minimum two years please
Relocation: Yes there will be some financial help with some relocation costs
Salary: US$7,000 net, after taxes are paid by the clinic, per month, depending on level of experience;
Start Date: Within 30 days after registration and work visa are approved. (Note: Registration takes around four months *after* the successful candidate provides all of the required documents. Physicians are expected to comply with all requests for information on a priority basis and submit the necessary documents within 30 days after offer is accepted. The Clinic will advise what documents are required for both registration and the work visa.)
Certification: The Medical Clinic will sort out your medical registration/license for you.
English Exam: All Doctors whose native language isn’t English must pay for their own travel costs to Hanoi to take a government administered English language exam. This is required before your medical license will be issued.
Work Status: The Medical Clinic will provide all of the necessary documents. You will apply and apply for your work visa at the nearest Vietnam Embassy;
Benefits: One-way airplane ticket for the Doctor to Hanoi;
Housing for seven days upon arrival. (Note: They do not provide accommodations beyond the seven days);
Free health care for you and your family;
Medical registration;
Visas for you and those who may be coming with you;
Work approximately 44 hours per week, 5-1/2 days a week with no night duties;
Paid time off is approximately 21 days plus 14 local public holidays;

Exceptional opportunity to experience multi-cultural diversity and grow your professional and personal skills;
Be part of a team of western educated, trained and experienced physicians who have been with the clinic for a number of years and are part of a highly professional, collegial team; and
Reasonable cost of living.

Introduction:
This is a privately held healthcare organisation in Vietnam which provides primarily health care to expats who reside in Hanoi and others parts of Vietnam. They are the largest and first established foreign, privately held, international health care provider in Vietnam. They are building more outpatient clinics and also will have built a hospital for inpatients within 24 months to supplement fix clinics in major cities. They take pride in providing personalised support, excellent customer service and comprehensive medical care for the best value targeted to expats and local populations. Their team of physicians come from diverse locations such as the US, Canada, Israel, France, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, UK, Japan, Philippines, Australia, Argentina and Vietnam. This is a growing and thriving health care organisation with big growth potential and plans.

All contracts include a four months’ probationary employment period.

It’s important to understand that we are looking for more long-term candidates who can commit at least two years after passing your initial probationary employment period. Although the contracts are one-year contracts, all of their physicians have been with them for a number of years. The ongoing, continuation of Physician’s work is crucial from their perspective and that of their patients as the patients always sees the same doctor. Therefore, the clinic takes pride in creating long-term relationships amongst their physicians as well as with their patients.

Last but not least, the work permit and the doctor license processes in Vietnam can take up to four months from the time the Physician has provided all of the required documents to approval of the medical license. Typically, it takes overseas Physicians one to three months to provide needed dossiers. Therefore, with this kind of time and effort invested on behalf of the Physicians to obtain their vocational registration/license and the necessary visas, a minimum two years’ commitment is required.

Primary Requirements Include:

a) Must be currently board certified in your specialty;
b) At least or five or more years’ experience in your specialty;
c) Basis to advanced knowledge of emergency medical procedures and treatments;
d) Must hold a Medical Degree or equivalent from a Medical School that is listed on wdoms.org;
e) Fluent in English, ie reading, writing, speaking and listening;
f) Able and willing to commit at least two years;
g) Able and willing to work for five weeks on a trial basis to see if you and they are a fit;
h) Able and willing to work under pressure;
i) Good computer and MS Office skills;
j) Able and willing to work with medical software;
k) Excellent team orientated work skills;
l) Good patient facing skills;
m) Able to work under stressful conditions;
n) Have current practicing licence in your home country;
o) Able and willing to work in a multi-cultural environment with team members from all over the world; and
p) Clinical and/or hospital experience desired.
Responsibilities include but aren’t limited to:
a) Assess patients’ conditions to determine the severity of the problem;
b) Collect, record and maintain patient information including medical histories, reports and examination results;
c) Treat patients in an emergency, accident setting ensuring proper injury care and disease diagnosis, treatment and recovery is prescribed;
d) Request necessary tests and follow-up visits;
e) Refer patients to specialists, as required;
f) Prescribe or administer therapy, medication and other specialised medical care to treat or prevent illness;
g) Analyze records, reports, test results and/or examination information to diagnose medical condition of patient;
h) Explain procedures and discuss test results or prescribed treatments with patients;
i) Monitor patients’ conditions and progress while re-evaluating treatments as necessary;
j) Advise patients and community members concerning diet, activity, hygiene and disease prevention;
k) Refer patients to medical specialists or other practitioners as necessary;
l) Direct and coordinate activities of nurses, students, assistants, specialists, therapists and other medical staff;
m) Consult with or provide consulting services to other physicians; and
n) Read ECG, tread mill stress test, cardiac ultrasound, cardiac Doppler ultrasounds.

Job Posting Number AR-018
Job Title: Emergency Room Doctor
Open to: All English Speaking Currently Board Certified Emergency Medicine Doctors
Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
Job Type: Permanent, Direct Hire
Commitment: Minimum two years please
Relocation: Yes there will be some financial help with some relocation costs
Salary: US$7,000 net, after taxes are paid by the clinic, per month, depending on level of experience;
Start Date: Within 30 days after registration and work visa are approved. (Note: Registration takes around four months *after* the successful candidate provides all of the required documents. Physicians are expected to comply with all requests for information on a priority basis and submit the necessary documents within 30 days after offer is accepted. The Clinic will advise what documents are required for both registration and the work visa.)
Certification: The Medical Clinic will sort out your medical registration/license for you.
English Exam: All Doctors whose native language isn’t English must pay for their own travel costs to Hanoi to take a government administered English language exam. This is required before your medical license will be issued.
Work Status: The Medical Clinic will provide all of the necessary documents. You will apply and apply for your work visa at the nearest Vietnam Embassy;
Benefits: One-way airplane ticket for the Doctor to Hanoi;
Housing for seven days upon arrival. (Note: They do not provide accommodations beyond the seven days);
Free health care for you and your family;
Medical registration;
Visas for you and those who may be coming with you;
Work approximately 44 hours per week, 5-1/2 days a week with no night duties;
Paid time off is approximately 21 days plus 14 local public holidays;

Exceptional opportunity to experience multi-cultural diversity and grow your professional and personal skills;
Be part of a team of western educated, trained and experienced physicians who have been with the clinic for a number of years and are part of a highly professional, collegial team; and
Reasonable cost of living.

Introduction:
This is a privately held healthcare organisation in Vietnam which provides primarily health care to expats who reside in Hanoi and others parts of Vietnam. They are the largest and first established foreign, privately held, international health care provider in Vietnam. They are building more outpatient clinics and also will have built a hospital for inpatients within 24 months to supplement fix clinics in major cities. They take pride in providing personalised support, excellent customer service and comprehensive medical care for the best value targeted to expats and local populations. Their team of physicians come from diverse locations such as the US, Canada, Israel, France, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland, UK, Japan, Philippines, Australia, Argentina and Vietnam. This is a growing and thriving health care organisation with big growth potential and plans.

All contracts include a four months’ probationary employment period.

It’s important to understand that we are looking for more long-term candidates who can commit at least two years after passing your initial probationary employment period. Although the contracts are one-year contracts, all of their physicians have been with them for a number of years. The ongoing, continuation of Physician’s work is crucial from their perspective and that of their patients as the patients always sees the same doctor. Therefore, the clinic takes pride in creating long-term relationships amongst their physicians as well as with their patients.

Last but not least, the work permit and the doctor license processes in Vietnam can take up to four months from the time the Physician has provided all of the required documents to approval of the medical license. Typically, it takes overseas Physicians one to three months to provide needed dossiers. Therefore, with this kind of time and effort invested on behalf of the Physicians to obtain their vocational registration/license and the necessary visas, a minimum two years’ commitment is required.

Primary Requirements Include:

a) Must be currently board certified in your specialty;
b) At least or five or more years’ experience in your specialty;
c) Basis to advanced knowledge of emergency medical procedures and treatments;
d) Must hold a Medical Degree or equivalent from a Medical School that is listed on wdoms.org;
e) Fluent in English, ie reading, writing, speaking and listening;
f) Able and willing to commit at least two years;
g) Able and willing to work for five weeks on a trial basis to see if you and they are a fit;
h) Able and willing to work under pressure;
i) Good computer and MS Office skills;
j) Able and willing to work with medical software;
k) Excellent team orientated work skills;
l) Good patient facing skills;
m) Able to work under stressful conditions;
n) Have current practicing licence in your home country;
o) Able and willing to work in a multi-cultural environment with team members from all over the world; and
p) Clinical and/or hospital experience desired.
Responsibilities include but aren’t limited to:
a) Assess patients’ conditions to determine the severity of the problem;
b) Collect, record and maintain patient information including medical histories, reports and examination results;
c) Treat patients in an emergency, accident setting ensuring proper injury care and disease diagnosis, treatment and recovery is prescribed;
d) Request necessary tests and follow-up visits;
e) Refer patients to specialists, as required;
f) Prescribe or administer therapy, medication and other specialised medical care to treat or prevent illness;
g) Analyze records, reports, test results and/or examination information to diagnose medical condition of patient;
h) Explain procedures and discuss test results or prescribed treatments with patients;
i) Monitor patients’ conditions and progress while re-evaluating treatments as necessary;
j) Advise patients and community members concerning diet, activity, hygiene and disease prevention;
k) Refer patients to medical specialists or other practitioners as necessary;
l) Direct and coordinate activities of nurses, students, assistants, specialists, therapists and other medical staff;
m) Consult with or provide consulting services to other physicians; and
n) Read ECG, tread mill stress test, cardiac ultrasound, cardiac Doppler ultrasounds.


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