For success, doctors must have excellent ability to manage time and organization and the capacity to make informed decisions, and the ability to adapt to changes. The most successful candidates will be able to deal with conflicting and uncertain demands while remaining calm under stress.
Respond to health issues by consulting their medical history and implementing diagnostic and treatment, counseling, and referrals.
Lab tests are ordered, and the interpreter interprets the results of the tests.
Be honest and confidential at all times.
Keep track of, collect and keep secure patient information like exam outcomes, history of medical and medical reports.
Perform minor surgeries.
Discuss the procedure or prescribed treatment to patients.
Maintain contact with medical professionals from the community and in hospitals.
Encourage health education with other health medical professionals.
Set targets by the government in specific procedures, e.g., child immunization.
Review and discuss new products in the pharmaceutical industry with representatives of pharmaceutical companies.
Stay up-to-date on medical advances, Treatment, medication, and other developments.
Teaching in hospitals and medical schools. You can also examine and evaluate the work of medical students.