Ongoing Recruitment at Olive Multi-Specialist Hospital

The Olive Multi-Specialist Hospital in collaboration with the Platinum Hospital India was established to improve access to advanced medical and surgical interventions. We provide a range services from surgical solutions to internal medicine solutions. Olive Multispecialist hospital also has a customized helipad, which offers a unique field to hospital helicopter rescue service. In a typical emergency a helicopter will be dispatched from a partner service and the client will be transported directly to hospital.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Medical Consultant/Specialist

Location:
 Lagos
Field of Professional: Pediatrician


Skills
  • Successful consultants have strong communication skills and are able to identify and resolve problems often before they occur.
  • They should have strong research skills and understand and know how to apply industry-specific regulations and guidelines.
  • They should be able to work well on their own as well as with a team and know how to conduct and interpret quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Consultants should also be familiar with common word-processing and spreadsheet programs, like Microsoft Word and Excel, and with presentation programs, such as PowerPoint

Responsibilities
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Medical consultants address business-related issues for medical facilities and healthcare providers so they can prioritize providing care.
  • They gather and analyze data, draw conclusions and present findings in the form of recommendations to their clients. For example, they may offer salary, staffing, budgeting and advertising suggestions.
  • Some medical consultants offer advice for standardizing the delivery of care.
  • Medical consultants can also help a doctor or healthcare facility with a range of regulatory issues, such as complying with insurance and safety plans, keeping patient information confidential and disposing of hazardous waste.
  • They can even suggest ways that a client can lower exposure to malpractice lawsuits or address such lawsuits when they come up.
Secondary Responsibilities:
  • Some consultants interview potential customers or clients in order to gather information. For example, to find out how well a doctor is doing, some medical consultants may interview patients about the care they received.
  • Using these responses, a medical consultant could recommend ways the doctor can increase patient satisfaction. Medical consultants may develop project plans and strategies in line with a client’s business needs.
  • Consultants who work with healthcare or medical company start-ups, for example, can suggest how to effectively start a business.
  • Medical consultants may also help clients identify and resolve potential problems, such as in workflow or company processes and also offer advice for optimizing hospital, health center or medical-center facility performance.


Job Title: Medical Consultant/Specialist

Location:
 Lagos
Field of Professional: Radiologist

Responsibilities
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Medical consultants address business-related issues for medical facilities and healthcare providers so they can prioritize providing care.
  • They gather and analyze data, draw conclusions and present findings in the form of recommendations to their clients. For example, they may offer salary, staffing, budgeting and advertising suggestions.
  • Some medical consultants offer advice for standardizing the delivery of care.
  • Medical consultants can also help a doctor or healthcare facility with a range of regulatory issues, such as complying with insurance and safety plans, keeping patient information confidential and disposing of hazardous waste.
  • They can even suggest ways that a client can lower exposure to malpractice lawsuits or address such lawsuits when they come up.
Secondary Responsibilities:
  • Some consultants interview potential customers or clients in order to gather information. For example, to find out how well a doctor is doing, some medical consultants may interview patients about the care they received.
  • Using these responses, a medical consultant could recommend ways the doctor can increase patient satisfaction. Medical consultants may develop project plans and strategies in line with a client’s business needs.
  • Consultants who work with healthcare or medical company start-ups, for example, can suggest how to effectively start a business.
  • Medical consultants may also help clients identify and resolve potential problems, such as in workflow or company processes and also offer advice for optimizing hospital, health center or medical-center facility performance.
Skills
  • Successful consultants have strong communication skills and are able to identify and resolve problems often before they occur.
  • They should have strong research skills and understand and know how to apply industry-specific regulations and guidelines.
  • They should be able to work well on their own as well as with a team and know how to conduct and interpret quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Consultants should also be familiar with common word-processing and spreadsheet programs, like Microsoft Word and Excel, and with presentation programs, such as PowerPoint


Job Title: Medical Consultant/Specialist

Location:
 Lagos
Field of Professional: General Physician

Responsibilities
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Medical consultants address business-related issues for medical facilities and healthcare providers so they can prioritize providing care.
  • They gather and analyze data, draw conclusions and present findings in the form of recommendations to their clients. For example, they may offer salary, staffing, budgeting and advertising suggestions.
  • Some medical consultants offer advice for standardizing the delivery of care.
  • Medical consultants can also help a doctor or healthcare facility with a range of regulatory issues, such as complying with insurance and safety plans, keeping patient information confidential and disposing of hazardous waste.
  • They can even suggest ways that a client can lower exposure to malpractice lawsuits or address such lawsuits when they come up.
Secondary Responsibilities:
  • Some consultants interview potential customers or clients in order to gather information. For example, to find out how well a doctor is doing, some medical consultants may interview patients about the care they received.
  • Using these responses, a medical consultant could recommend ways the doctor can increase patient satisfaction. Medical consultants may develop project plans and strategies in line with a client’s business needs.
  • Consultants who work with healthcare or medical company start-ups, for example, can suggest how to effectively start a business.
  • Medical consultants may also help clients identify and resolve potential problems, such as in workflow or company processes and also offer advice for optimizing hospital, health center or medical-center facility performance.
Skills
  • Successful consultants have strong communication skills and are able to identify and resolve problems often before they occur.
  • They should have strong research skills and understand and know how to apply industry-specific regulations and guidelines.
  • They should be able to work well on their own as well as with a team and know how to conduct and interpret quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Consultants should also be familiar with common word-processing and spreadsheet programs, like Microsoft Word and Excel, and with presentation programs, such as PowerPoint


Job Title: Medical Consultant/Specialist

Location:
 Lagos
Field of Professional: Radiographer

Responsibilities
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Medical consultants address business-related issues for medical facilities and healthcare providers so they can prioritize providing care.
  • They gather and analyze data, draw conclusions and present findings in the form of recommendations to their clients. For example, they may offer salary, staffing, budgeting and advertising suggestions.
  • Some medical consultants offer advice for standardizing the delivery of care.
  • Medical consultants can also help a doctor or healthcare facility with a range of regulatory issues, such as complying with insurance and safety plans, keeping patient information confidential and disposing of hazardous waste.
  • They can even suggest ways that a client can lower exposure to malpractice lawsuits or address such lawsuits when they come up.
Secondary Responsibilities:
  • Some consultants interview potential customers or clients in order to gather information. For example, to find out how well a doctor is doing, some medical consultants may interview patients about the care they received.
  • Using these responses, a medical consultant could recommend ways the doctor can increase patient satisfaction. Medical consultants may develop project plans and strategies in line with a client’s business needs.
  • Consultants who work with healthcare or medical company start-ups, for example, can suggest how to effectively start a business.
  • Medical consultants may also help clients identify and resolve potential problems, such as in workflow or company processes and also offer advice for optimizing hospital, health center or medical-center facility performance.
Skills
  • Successful consultants have strong communication skills and are able to identify and resolve problems often before they occur.
  • They should have strong research skills and understand and know how to apply industry-specific regulations and guidelines.
  • They should be able to work well on their own as well as with a team and know how to conduct and interpret quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Consultants should also be familiar with common word-processing and spreadsheet programs, like Microsoft Word and Excel, and with presentation programs, such as PowerPoint



Job Title: Medical Consultant/Specialist

Location:
 Lagos
Field of Professional: Obstetrics and Gynecologists

Responsibilities
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Medical consultants address business-related issues for medical facilities and healthcare providers so they can prioritize providing care.
  • They gather and analyze data, draw conclusions and present findings in the form of recommendations to their clients. For example, they may offer salary, staffing, budgeting and advertising suggestions.
  • Some medical consultants offer advice for standardizing the delivery of care.
  • Medical consultants can also help a doctor or healthcare facility with a range of regulatory issues, such as complying with insurance and safety plans, keeping patient information confidential and disposing of hazardous waste.
  • They can even suggest ways that a client can lower exposure to malpractice lawsuits or address such lawsuits when they come up.
Secondary Responsibilities:
  • Some consultants interview potential customers or clients in order to gather information. For example, to find out how well a doctor is doing, some medical consultants may interview patients about the care they received.
  • Using these responses, a medical consultant could recommend ways the doctor can increase patient satisfaction. Medical consultants may develop project plans and strategies in line with a client’s business needs.
  • Consultants who work with healthcare or medical company start-ups, for example, can suggest how to effectively start a business.
  • Medical consultants may also help clients identify and resolve potential problems, such as in workflow or company processes and also offer advice for optimizing hospital, health center or medical-center facility performance.
Skills
  • Successful consultants have strong communication skills and are able to identify and resolve problems often before they occur.
  • They should have strong research skills and understand and know how to apply industry-specific regulations and guidelines.
  • They should be able to work well on their own as well as with a team and know how to conduct and interpret quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Consultants should also be familiar with common word-processing and spreadsheet programs, like Microsoft Word and Excel, and with presentation programs, such as PowerPoint


Job Title: Medical Consultant/Specialist

Location:
 Lagos
Field of Professional: Cardiologist

Responsibilities
Primary Responsibilities:
  • Medical consultants address business-related issues for medical facilities and healthcare providers so they can prioritize providing care.
  • They gather and analyze data, draw conclusions and present findings in the form of recommendations to their clients. For example, they may offer salary, staffing, budgeting and advertising suggestions.
  • Some medical consultants offer advice for standardizing the delivery of care.
  • Medical consultants can also help a doctor or healthcare facility with a range of regulatory issues, such as complying with insurance and safety plans, keeping patient information confidential and disposing of hazardous waste.
  • They can even suggest ways that a client can lower exposure to malpractice lawsuits or address such lawsuits when they come up.
Secondary Responsibilities:
  • Some consultants interview potential customers or clients in order to gather information. For example, to find out how well a doctor is doing, some medical consultants may interview patients about the care they received.
  • Using these responses, a medical consultant could recommend ways the doctor can increase patient satisfaction. Medical consultants may develop project plans and strategies in line with a client’s business needs.
  • Consultants who work with healthcare or medical company start-ups, for example, can suggest how to effectively start a business.
  • Medical consultants may also help clients identify and resolve potential problems, such as in workflow or company processes and also offer advice for optimizing hospital, health center or medical-center facility performance.
Skills
  • Successful consultants have strong communication skills and are able to identify and resolve problems often before they occur.
  • They should have strong research skills and understand and know how to apply industry-specific regulations and guidelines.
  • They should be able to work well on their own as well as with a team and know how to conduct and interpret quantitative and qualitative analyses.
  • Consultants should also be familiar with common word-processing and spreadsheet programs, like Microsoft Word and Excel, and with presentation programs, such as PowerPoint



Deadline: 23rd March, 2018.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV's to: info@olivemultispecialist.com

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