Responsible for planning, organizing and administering all scientific investigation activities within the Oncology Department.
Diagnoses diseases based on the gross, microscopic, chemical, immunological and molecular examination of organs and tissues.
Ensures appropriate patient preparation for procedures such as fine needle aspirations and bone marrow biopsy and performs procedures as indicated in the signed clinical privilege form.
Reports, interprets, and comments on results of certain hematology and transfusion reactions and recommends further investigations, when indicated.
Provides consultations and interpretations on tests performed by the laboratory.
Evaluates final reports for accuracy and highlights any abnormalities to the physician.
Provides technical direction, planning and organization to the relevant sections of the laboratory.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Develops the Departments Strategic Plan, Goals and Objectives in conformance with the overall strategic plan of Medical and Clinical Affairs. Provides quarterly reports on the progress made by the Department on the Goals and Objectives.
Ensures that patient care and clinical services rendered by the department are in accordance with appropriate quality standards. Promotes the implementation of Quality Improvement Programs in the department.
Leads initiatives for maximizing the utilization of all resources within the department and coordinates the same across the hospital.
Ensures that patient care is provided in conformance with the Patients Bill of Rights by the department and its staff.
Obtains feedback from all customers and interested parties and takes appropriate action as required. Uses the feedback to improve quality of patient care.
Acts as a leader and a role model and promotes a culture of excellence.
Doctor of medicine degree from a recognized medical school.
At least ten (10) years of clinical experience in a subspecialty including four (4) years in Admin Capacity, plus training experience is required.