Diploma in Clinical Medicine/Surgery from a recognized Medical College
A registered member with the clinical officer’s council
At least three (3) years’ work experience in a busy Comprehensive Care Clinic or relevant sector
Must be trained in Adult and Pediatric ART from National Aids control council (NASCOP) Kenya
Good understanding of HIV in Kenya environment
Experience in working with the Government of Kenya guidelines, standards, tools and best practices
Good data management and report writing skills
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Experience in clinical mentorship or support supervision in MOH settings will be an added advantage
Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies or any other source
Clinical management of clients attending the care and treatment clinic
Performing medical consultations for OI’s and Antiretroviral therapy (ARVs) for PLWHA and Post exposure prophylaxis for at risk groups
Providing adherence counseling and PWP to clients attending the clinic
Ensuring that the optimal standard of care is achieved by establishing and maintaining the use of nationally approved clinical guidelines and protocols and with the help of the care manager, updating your knowledge of HIV/AIDs management using evidence based practice
History taking and physical examination of clients
Counsel clients on compliance to treatment
Implementation of clinical aspects of Positive Health Dignity and Prevention program in the care and treatment clinic
Ensure Integration of Services within the Prevention Site
Timely preparation and submission of Clinic Program Progress Reports.
Documentation of program work
Take lead in documentation and follow up of clinic clients including TB patients
Provide regular feedback/updates to care staff and site in charge on work related concerns
Communication to clients on issues that concern them.
Continuous mentorship of clinical staff, including nurses and counselors on clinical management of clients
Ensure participation and contribution to capacity building of clinical and other staff through CMEs, Sensitization and Updates
Provide information, education and communication to clients and their families in the clinic through support groups, health talks and educational materials like pamphlets
Support delivery of other clinical duties (e.g. triage, nutrition) when required
Support in delivery of outreach services including STI diagnosis and treatment for general and at risk populations.
Up to date record keeping and management of clients’ data
LVCT Health is an indigenous Kenyan non-governmental and not-for-profit organization established in 2001. We are driving Kenya towards HIV prevention, with an ultimate goal of reducing HIV infections to zero. We offer integrated HIV services through development of models that are scaled up to the national models.