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Japanese Speaking Nurse for a Japanese Dermaclinic

Company:
Reeracoen Phils. Inc.
Location:
Makati, National Capital Region, Philippines
Salary:
20-40,000 php
Posted:
December 07, 2016
Description:

Japanese Language Level Requirement=At least N5 with or without JLPT Certificate

Female.

Monitor, and report development or changes in clients’ health conditions and also maintain accurate records of patients’ medical history

Seek the opinion of other healthcare team members to evaluate, create and implement patient health care treatment and plans

Give families and individuals instructions on health topics such as health education, disease prevention, and create health improvement plans

Instruct and supervise junior and less-skilled nursing or healthcare personnel in the course of duty

Modify patient treatment plans in line with patients’ conditions and response to treatment and evaluate all aspects of patient health, including diet, hygiene and physical activity

Get patients ready for treatments and assist with laboratory examinations and also arrange rooms, sterilize instruments and equipment used in the clinic

Evaluate the health needs of individuals, families, or communities, including evaluations of individuals’ home and work environments, to spot possible health or safety problems

Administer health care, first aid, immunizations, and assistance in rehabilitation in areas including schools, hospitals, and other industries

Direct clients and patients with complicated issues to more specialized health centers or hospitals for proper treatment .

Supervise programs of infection control, and consult specific experts about needed precautions to avert the infections

Make provision for or train junior workers in the clinic to sharpen their skills

Work with other health care professionals in research works in the nursing dermatology field

Carryout administrative functions which include taking responsibilities in budgeting, planning, and other long-range goals

Carryout physical examination and analysis, make diagnoses, and treat patients based on findings.