Dermatologists are doctors of the skin, which is the largest organ of the human body. They treat common skin ailments such as sunburns, acne, and rashes. They also treat serious skin conditions, such as skin cancer. All in all, dermatologists treat more than 3,000 diseases. About two dozen skin ailments make up about 80 percent of the cases seen nationwide. There are different sub specialties within the field of dermatology. These sub specialties include cosmetic dermatology, dermatopathology, immunodermatology, pediatric dermatology, and teledermatology. Dermatologists usually work in a private practice office. They may be employed by the office or own the office if they have years of experience. Job Responsibilities
Dermatologist Duties and Responsibilities
From our analysis of job postings, here are some of the core responsibilities of dermatologists:
Evaluate Patients The primary responsibility of dermatologists is to evaluate the skin conditions of their patients. This requires a methodical attention to detail and an extensive knowledge of both common and rare skin diseases. Dermatologists usually dictate their analysis to a digital recorder to analyze at a later time.
Analyze Patient Medical History Dermatologists analyze a patients medical history while they review their initial evaluation of the patient. They use the combination of this information to determine if more extensive diagnostic tests are needed or which medications can be prescribed to treat the patients conditions.
Refer Patients to Other Specialists as Needed Even though dermatologists are specialists, they still have to refer patients to other specialists from time to time. This could include referring patients for specialized diagnostic testing or to another dermatologist who specializes in certain skin conditions.
Participate in Professional Development Opportunities Like any other medical doctor, dermatologists have to keep their knowledge fresh. This involves attending seminars and conferences, as well as conducting clinical research.
Prescribe Medications and Provide Skin Therapy Treatments If dermatologists can diagnose patient conditions without further testing, they provide treatment. For some conditions, this means the application of skin therapy treatments. For most common ailments, this means prescribing medications. Requirements
- Bachelors degree of Medicine followed by specialized training in Dermatology Medicine
- Preferably with Arab Board, CCT, CCST or American Board or any qualification equivalent recognized by UAE licensing authority
- With experience in cosmetology procedures
- With UAE registration/license as Dermatologist (DHA/HAAD/MOH)
- Computer Skills: MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook), Internet and Hospital MIS
- Language Skills: Good English communication skills, preferably Arabic
Job Description :
To ensure customer service and support all operations. To create customer delight at every interaction.
Interacting with external customers and internal customers and addressing their queries, requests and complaints.
Committed TATs are met consistently
Complaints Management- addressing customer complaints at the branch, system updation, coordination with Sales/HUB/ other functions for resolution.
Refunds processing and dispatch
Undelivered policy documents tracking and management.
Maintenance of all files and registers.
New Business Processing:-
Handling end to end New business processing starting from creation of Client id,Case start up, New business login, Follow up for policy issuance, Quality Check
Follow up with HUB for policy issuance of pending cases