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Homoeopathic Primary Healthcare physician

Position: Doctor – Industrial Healthcare Unit

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Responsibilities include supervision and execution of all primary patient interaction modes (camps, exhibition, health check drive…) enabling services staffs, front office patient management and clinic process
  • Need to organize all necessary requirements for patient promotional campaign in places like schools, apartments, malls…
  • Should be very communicative and expressive in his/ her ideas, thoughts, and execution methods. In case of any hurdles, proactively seeking necessary support is very important
  • Should be quite self-motivated to go about doing his/her assigned work as per the agreed plan in a diligent manner.
  • Constant up-gradation of knowledge in medical advancements / participation in seminars / workshop on technical as well as allied areas
  • Need to meet and exceed the clinic functional and operations metrics. Be a driver for the initiatives and monitor the progress
  • Need to support in medical side of the social media activities and all other internet marketing initiatives





Homoeopathic Pharmacist cum Manager

Qualification: A pass in S.S.L.C or its equivalent qualification. A pass Certificate obtained after successful training in Nurse Cum Pharmacist Training Course (Homoeopathy) conducted by the Government of Kerala. OR A pass in Certificate course in Pharmacy (Homoeo) recognized by the Government of India

Job description:

  • Prepares medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders; detecting therapeutic incompatibilities. Dispenses medications by compounding, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals. Controls medications by monitoring drug therapies; advising interventions
  • Pharmacist will be responsible of all the articles kept there. He/she shall maintain the register of indent and issue, register of all drugs and dispensing register
  • Dispense each item on the prescription carefully. Check the label on the container as you take it from the shelf, remove the contents, and again replace it on the shelf.
  • He/she will report the complaints regarding quality of drugs etc. whenever such cases are brought to his/her notice
  • Dispense each item on the prescription carefully. Check the label on the container as you take it from the shelf, remove the contents, and again replace it on the shelf.
  • Give the medicines to the patient, and ensure that he/she understand how the medicines are to be used
  • Where there is any doubt about the authority of a prescription especially for scheduled medicines or narcotics, it is the pharmacist’s legal responsibility to check with the prescriber before making the supply
  • He/she shall attend the In-service training and continuing Education Programme being conducted by the authorities
  • He/She should up-to-date the professional knowledge and skills required for the effective Pharmacy practice