I. JOB SUMMARY/RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provides outpatient and in-patient neurological services to patients of The Queen’s Medical Center (QMC) – West Oahu through direct patient care, and teaching and supervision of students and residents from the John A. Burns School of Medicine and assigned residents from other programs.
• Provides in-patient neurological services to patients of The Queen’s Medical Center (QMC) – Punchbowl campus as needed.
• Assists physician and nursing QMC leadership to educate QMC staff and assist in guidance to develop outstanding clinical services, educational programs and research.
• Fosters communication and teamwork among all internal and external constituencies.
• Periodically provides outpatient services on neighboring islands and QMC outreach clinics.
II. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
• Essential: finger dexterity, seeing, hearing, speaking, reaching above, at and below shoulder level, repetitive arm/hand motions.
• Frequent: standing, walking, sitting, stooping/bending, static gripping of an object for prolonged periods, frequent gripping of an object.
• Occasional: twisting body, lifting and pushing/pulling.
• Operates a variety of medical equipment, computer, telephone, pager, printer.
III. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
• Not substantially subjected to adverse environmental conditions.
• Exposure to hazardous chemicals and infectious agents is an occupational risk; therefore, standard safety regulations must be maintained to avoid contamination.
IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A. EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE:
• Graduate of an accredited School of Medicine or EC FMG certification.
• Current unrestricted license to practice medicine in the State of Hawaii.
• Board certified in Neurology.
• BLS and ACLS certification.
• During the period of employment, shall be and remain a member of the QMC medical staff in good standing with appropriate privileges without restriction.
• Qualified for an appointment on the faculty of the University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine.
• Neurological subspecialty training preferred.