In order to develop our medical practice, we require a skilled Neurologist. The neurological system and human anatomy must be understood by professionals in order to be effective. The diagnostic and therapeutic success of neurologists is dependent on their ability to communicate.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Diagnose complex neurological problems by listening to the patient’s history, examining them, and administering appropriate neurological tests run outpatient clinics, where you’ll primarily see patients with a chronic condition, such as Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis, or diagnose rare diseases complete ward rounds where you’ll look after a cascade of patients.
- Treat acute illnesses, such as a stroke, which occur abruptly.
- Provide professional advice and experience to other physicians and employees from a variety of medical specialities
Role: Specialist Neurologist
Industry Type: Hospital And Clinics.
Perks and Benefits: Salary Negotiable