Physician / MD qualifications required) Emergency Medicine - Has the necessary skills and experience to examine, diagnose, and treat illnesses and injuries in the acute care setting for both the adult and pediatric population.
Provides immediate diagnosis and resuscitation care for life-threatening conditions, and directs the provision of such care in the prehospital setting as that is possible.
Provides diagnosis and care on the basis of medical history, physical examination, and diagnostic tests. Provides supportive care to patients with serious medical and surgical conditions until the care of that patient can be assumed by the appropriate specialist for that condition.
Provides definitive or interim care for conditions that, while not life-threatening, cause discomfort or risk of worsening or can be taken care of in that visit
Has the experience and training to justify medical staff certification in the standard emergency department procedures.
The staff member MUST hold a medical degree from an internationally recognized medical institution. The staff member should ideally hold specialist Emergency Medicine Qualifications, but if this is not the case, at least five (5) years of Emergency Medicine experience at internationally recognized and accredited institutions.
The staff member should be registered in his or her home country.