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  • Job Ref#:

    361
  • Job Location:

    Al Ain
  • Qualification:

    Doctoral Degree
  • Salary:

    AED 50000 - 55000
  • Experience:

    6 – 10 years
  • Nationality:

    Any
  • Gender:

    Any
  • Joining Period:

    1-3 Months
  • Posted:

    1/6/2019 05:35:59

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Consultant Neurologist

at Full-Time

Job Description

A
Leading Hospital in Abu Dhabi is seeking to hire Consultant Neurologists -
Western


who specialize in diagnosing and treating the diseases of the brain as well as
any impairment to the spinal cord, autonomic nervous system, peripheral nerves,
muscles and blood vessels that are associated with any of these structures:


Western qualified will be an advantage.

Job Responsibilities

Consultant Neurologist


Expertise:


Stroke


Multiple sclerosis


Headaches


Parkinson's disease


Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia


Motor neuron disease


Epilepsy


Spinal cord diseases


Muscle diseases like muscular dystrophy


Infections affecting the nervous system


Brain tumors (where surgery is required, the patient will be referred to a
neurosurgeon).


Job Description:


Diagnose complex neurological problems by listening to the patient's history,
as well as by examining them and using specific neurological tests


Run outpatient clinics, where you’ll mainly see patients with a chronic
condition, i.e. a disease that takes a long time to develop such as Parkinson's
and multiple sclerosis, or diagnose rare diseases.


Complete ward rounds where you'll look after a caseload of inpatients


Treat acute conditions, i.e. those that come on suddenly, such as stroke


Offer specialist expertise and guidance to other doctors and staff from a range
of medical specialties


Spend approximately half a day a week in academic meetings with neurosurgeons,
neuroradiologists and other neurological colleagues for learning and
development and to discuss cases as a team, drawing on the expertise of all
these specialists


Liaise with other medical and non-medical staff in hospital settings to ensure
all of the patients' needs are met


Keep up your knowledge of the latest treatments for neurological disorders,
which have vastly increased over the past decade


Carry out teaching of junior staff, audits of practice and research.

Requirements

Minimum
8 – 10 years of experience in the related job role


Excellent knowledge of anatomy, physiology, the central nervous system and
other body systems


Good diagnostic skills to determine the type of disease, its severity and
extent


Excellent problem-solving and clinical decision-making skills


The ability to work alone and in multidisciplinary teams


Good time management and organizational skills


The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with
patients and staff from a wide range of backgrounds


Excellent practical skills, to be able to complete clinical neurological
examinations such as the lumbar puncture


Familiarity with research methods and a willingness to keep up to date with
advances in treatments


Leadership ability.

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