Job Description

    • Receiving patients in the OPD and guiding them accordingly


    • Categorizing patients as DSTB or DRTB on the basis of the reports with the patients, especially when the Triage Nurse is not available.


    • Registration of the patient in the RNTCP register by Name, age, sex, religion, PMDT no, Address


    • Provide guidance to the patients to the appropriate services according to patient needs.


    • Giving new files and booklet to the patient who is newly initiated on DRTB treatment


    • Data entries the outcomes of OPD visit of the patient after consultation.


    • Filling daily Datasheet of total Count of patients on the basis of ADR, treatment Initiation and Follow-ups and handover the Total count to a supervisor at month end


    • Making new files for the patient


    • Checking the inventory of files, PMDT cards, Case Paper, Printer Rolls, X-ray forms, Patient Booklets and Placing Order when required on a regular basis


    • Attending Phone Calls of the patient and giving appointments to patients for daily and monthly follow up


    • Keeping reports in the respective files of the patient according to the file no.


    • Calling patient for the treatment modification and changes according to doctors instruction


    • Arranging files in the cabinet by a serial number


    • Data entry of outcome of the patients on daily base.


    • Answering queries of the patients and guiding them


    • Receiving reports from DEO and ensure timely filing of the same in patient files.


    • Notify unregistered patients to the MFP for co-ordination with RNTCP team so that patients can be retrieved by field workers in outreach and brought to OPD for registering on treatment.


Salary: INR 2,00,000 – 2,25,000 P.A. 1. 13th Month Salary/ Festival Bonus 2. 21 Annual Leaves 3. 6 Casual Leaves 4. Other compassionate leaves 5. Medical Reimbursement including dependents

Industry:NGO / Social Services / Regulators / Industry Associations

Functional Area:Executive Assistant , Front Office , Data Entry

Role Category:Other


Employment Type:Permanent Job, Full Time


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Desired Candidate Profile

    • Ability to organize and prioritize workload & taking initiative when appropriate


    • Able to integrate into a multi-cultural team and cooperate with co-workers


    • Able to work independently as well as part of a team and ability to cope with stress.


    • Good Punctuality and ability to act with responsibility


    • Demonstrates flexibility in taking up tasks outside of regular job responsibilities as required


    • Aptitude for humanitarian medical work.


    • Excellent reporting skills.


To apply please email your CV and motivation letter with the subject Ref: Position Name
To: by 06th July 2018 5:00 pm.

Company Profile:

Doctors Without Borders India Private Limited

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)/Doctors Without Borders is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural and man-made disasters and exclusion from healthcare in more than 65 countries. MSF offers assistance to people based on need and irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation. 
MSF has worked in India since 1999, providing free-of-charge essential healthcare to people in remote areas, and specialist care for people affected by HIV/AIDS, malnutrition, hepatitis C, antibiotic resistance, tuberculosis, kala azar and sexual and gender-based violence. We also respond to natural disasters and other emergencies, provide mental healthcare and advocate for the development of more effective and affordable medicines to improve access to treatment for people everywhere. 
We currently run projects in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Manipur, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh. MSF was awarded the Indira Gandhi Prize for Peace, Disarmament and Development in 1996 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1999.

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