Medical Officer Job in Kenya

Job Summary

To cultivate a safe, secure and healthy environment for patients, colleagues and staff and provide exceptional quality care services to patients and their family members.

To recognize symptoms and signs of various illnesses, injuries and order appropriate tests and prescribe treatments

Key Responsibilities

Evaluate patients and provide appropriate medical attention and treatment for illness, injury, and routine care.

Manage patients at the outpatient and inpatient while doing ward rounds.

Create care plans, coordinate diagnostic tests and counsel patients on preventive healthcare practices.

Prescribe, administer, and dispense medication in accordance to set national guidelines.

Document all patient evaluations, treatments, medications, and transactions according to organizational policies and procedures.

Participate in Hospital Marketing activities as and when needed to do so as well as lead health talks.

Appropriately and timely admission of patients who require inpatient care

Maintain accurate and secure electronic medical records for patients.


Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery

Registration with the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council.

Certificate in ACLS, BLS will be an added advantage

Valid Practice License.

Professional Insurance Indemnity Cover.

Proficiency in computer applications.

At least three years of working experience as a Medical Officer in a busy hospital.

Job Skills

Good Communications skills both written and spoken

Team Player

Excellent customer service skills

Good interpersonal skills

How To Apply

Qualified Candidates who wish to be considered for the above position should submit their Application and CV to HR at by Friday, 14th June 2024. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Imara hospital does not charge any fee at any stage of our recruitment process.