Emergency Medical Officer

Posted By: Sri Someswar Nath Mahadev Trust


Junior Management

Program Implementation

Rural and Urban Development

Job Description


Assessing patients who enter the emergency room immediately and overseeing emergency recovery

Initiation of the management plan and organisation of appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, in consultation with Senior Medical Practitioners as is appropriate

Ensure adequate consultation and communication of such assessment and management decisions to the appropriate registrar or consultant

Ensure effective referral and disposition of the patient after they leave the Emergency Department. This includes discharge letters and instructions and prescriptions as required

Use teamwork and effective communication to deliver effective health care that includes patients and family members as appropriately as team members

Meet medico-legal requirements across practice areas including open disclosure

Conducting follow-up visits to monitor the patient’s condition

Requesting the appropriate medical tests and based on them, following a treatment plan

Developing effective patient care plans

Referring patients to appropriate specialists

Ensuring that patients are stable before transferring them to the proper department for further evaluation

Providing instructions for discharge and any relevant paperwork

Maintaining patients' medical records

Coordinating with different ER departments to ensure patients receive the necessary treatment

Participates in research efforts and clinical studies

Maintains clinical records in line with regulations and standards

Conducts follow-up to monitor patient’s condition

Location: Mathura, Uttar Pradesh

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Sri Someswar Nath Mahadev Trust
  • About Organization:Sanmat is a vision of young enthusiastic engineers passionate about building just and participative society. Having been educated in the premier institutes of the Country and employed by fortune companies they realized that even though the Country was progressing the benefits were not percolating to the deserving section of the society.