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Good News for all job Seekers eagerly waiting for DPSA Medical Officer Vacancies in Pretoria 2024. Recently, a new announcement has been made about Medical Officer Clerk Vacancies in DPSA Government Department. Qualified candidates are called out to submit an online application with Z83 Form for Medical Officer Government Vacancies in Gauteng. The detailed guide of DPSA latest circular 2024 is shared further on this page.
The required qualifications to Apply Online for DPSA Medical Officer Clerk Jobs in Pretoria are also discussed further. Along With Medical Officer Clerk DPSA Government vacancies, visitors can explore other DPSA circulars 2024 at Dpsavacanciesjobs. We also provide upcoming DPSA Vacancies 2024 Updates on this portal with thousands of other Latest Government Jobs in South Africa.
Medical Officer DPSA Vacancies in Pretoria Closing Date 2024
|DPSA vacancies 2024
|Medical Officer vacancies
|DPSA Department Of Health Vacancies
|Jobs in Pretoria
|Jobs in Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Free State, Limpopo, North West, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal, Gauteng
|Job Application (If Needed):-
|Download z83 Form pdf New, Download z83 Editable form PDF
|Download Latest Circular:-
|Download DPSA Circular 06 of 2023 PDF
|R 125000- 435700/- Annually
|February 16, 2024
Requirements for DPSA Medical Officer :-
Appropriate qualification that allows registration with the HPCSA as an independent Medical Practitioner following completion of Community Service. Current registration with the HPCSA. Grade 1: no experience required, Grade 2: 5 years’ experience and Grade 3 – 10 years’ experience. An interest or experience in mental health will be an advantage. Willingness to perform commuted overtime and rotate in different disciplines when necessary.
DUTIES : The incumbent will be responsible for consulting, investigating, diagnosing, and treating patients. Participating in all activities of the discipline including meetings, presentations, teaching, and supervision of junior doctors. Completing all necessary forms timeously. Improve the quality of care by providing appropriate clinical care. Reduce medical litigation by exercising good clinical ethos. Implement and monitor adherence to National Core Standards (norms and standards). Participate in a multidisciplinary team for the management of patients. Performance of practical procedures relevant to the care of patients. Ensure that administration and record keeping are done in the department. Rendering of after – hours (night, weekend, and public holiday) duties to provide continuous uninterrupted care of patients. Medical Officers will be rotated through related departments as and when the need arises