1. To give primary care and concern for customers.2. To give health education to the client, patient and family members and need to document on patient’s record.3. To perform tasks (duties) according to Professional staff by laws, Myanmar medical council law & law relating to private health care services.4. To liaise with patient and family member about the current condition, possible consequences and treatment plan of patient whenever necessary.5. Before taking consent from patient and next of kin, Medical Officer make sure that patient was sufficiently informed nature of procedures, risk, benefit, alternative treatment by attending surgeon.6. To supervise nursing staffs for standard nursing practices.7. To consult and order treatment prescribe for patient’s complaints and documented in patient medical record.8. For police cases, Medical Officer shall give initial primary care & life saving measures & refer patient to government hospital with proper referral form and need to take pictorial record for accident and trauma cases and suspicious police case and printed picture must be kept in patient’s medical record as an evidence.9. For notifiable communicable disease, Medical Officer shall follow management guideline for proper reporting to township health authorities and referral of patient. RMO are categorized in to (5) groups depending on their qualification and clinical experience.(1) PGY 1 ( Post graduate year -1 )(2) PGY 2 ( Post graduate year -2 )(3) SMO 1 ( Senior Medical Officer- 1)(4) SMO 2 ( Senior Medical Officer -2)(5) JR ( Junior Registra )PGY 1 and PGY 2 RMO has to consult with senior medical officer or Junior Registra in clinical Judgement and decision making. Some RMOs are appointed in the department ( eg. Cardiac department RMO, Orthopaedic department RMO ). They are responsible for departmental works.
-M.B.B.S Degree-At least 1 year experience and also welcome fresh graduates-Up-to-date SAMA is a must-Strong communication skills and teamwork spirit
Annual BonusFerry Provided Medical Benefit(IPD and OPD)
Learning organizationJoin an experienced teamInternational standard hospital
Continuous medical education programs(CME) on every monthBLS and ACLS training Oversea training programs and conference according to specialization
Yoma Siloam Hospitals Pun Hlaing Limited, in which FMI owns 60% and Lippo Holding Company owns 40% operates its hospitals and clinics under the operating name of Pun Hlaing Siloam Hospitals (PHSH) in Myanmar. PHSH’s flagship state-of-the-art 170 bed general hospital is located in Pun Hlaing Estate in the Hlaing Tharyar Township and is approximately 20km from downtown Yangon. It is the only hospital in Myanmar to be awarded the prestigious Gold Seal of Approval for patient safety and quality by the Joint Commission International (JCI), USA.PHSH has a unique model in Myanmar, in that it had full time specialist doctors who are dedicated to the institution within a departmental structure across most major specialties. Over 95% of the specialist doctors are Myanmar doctors with extensive experience in countries such as USA, UK, Australia, Malaysia and Singapore. All of them have returned home with a primary purpose of bringing back their vast international experience to improve healthcare for our people.The PHSH clinical service model is also very unique in our country. In that the model delivers health care that:1. Covers the continuum of care ranging from primary to tertiary;2. Practices an ethos of Clinical Governance where clinical excellence thrives;3. Creates affordability and accessibility through a tiered pricing mechanism where the room rates range from 15,000-150,000 MMK;4. Relies on Digital Connectivity and radiology to deliver a Hub and Spoke service across its facilities in Yangon and Mandalay; and5. Promotes a patient centered Multi-disciplinary Team Approach through a 24/7 doctor ‘On Duty’ Model.Our Pun Hlaing Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Yangon at 238/240 Bogyoke Aung San Road, Botahaung Township and provides 24/7 Emergency Services, 24/7 Chest Pain Clinic, 24/7 “Hospital on Wheels” Ambulance services, Outpatient services, Medical Check Up, Aesthetic services, Hemodialysis, Pharmacy, Laboratory services (point of care), Radiology services (Digital X-Ray, Echo, Treadmill and Ultrasound).We have embarked on an active expansion plan to build a network of health care facilities across the country. The first being our hospital that we opened in Mandalay at 97, 73 Street between 31 and 32 Chan Aye Thar San Township, which offers between 75 beds and provides 24/7 Emergency services, Outpatient services, Inpatient services, Operating Theatre and ICU, Hemodialysis, Radiology services (MRI, CT, Digital X-Ray, Mammography and Ultrasound), Pharmacy and Laboratory services.