Medical Examiner Job Profile and Description
]Medical Examiners or pathologists play a key role in every health care center be it a nursing home or a hospital. This is because they carry out autopsies, which are meant to investigate the causes of deaths. However, their job is not just limited to handling of autopsies; they also need to examine the biopsy results of the living patients thereby helping the physicians to diagnose diseases. Hence, their presence in every health care center is highly imperative.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Reviewing data and directing the laboratory staff as and when required.
- Conducting the task of anatomical pathologist or forensic pathologist depending upon the area where he is experienced in but there even professionals who are equally expertise in both the areas.
- Examining the body structures and internal organs of human bodies in order to trace the cause of death, disease or illness.
- Working with police and forensic departments to find the death cause of crime victims; but then this scope of work is limited to only forensic pathologists.
- Testifying in legal proceedings or hearings in order to find solution too many crime murder cases.
Skills and Specifications
- Logical and scientific bent of mind
- Excellent communicative and writing skills
- Great monitoring and assessing skills
- In depth knowledge of Pathology
Education and Qualifications
- Postgraduate degree in medicine and surgery is highly imperative.
- Five to ten years experience in this field is an added advantage.
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