Registrar – Ophthalmology Saudi Arabia

Registrar – Oncology Saudi Arabia
March 9, 2020
Senior Registrar – Ophthalmology – Saudi Arabia
March 9, 2020

Registrar – Ophthalmology Saudi Arabia


Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Abides by the Medical Staff Bylaws, Code of Medical Ethics, Rules and Regulations of the Medical Staff and those specific to the department/division.
  2. Provides the highest attainable standard of medical care for the patients for whom he/she is responsible.
  3. Carries out full range of inpatient and outpatient clinical duties as assigned by the Consultant/Senior Registrar in accordance with individually approved clinical privileges
  4. Participates in the on-call duties as required by the department/division.
  5. Participates in the improvement of quality of patient care (Total Quality Management Programme, Quality Assessment Improvement Programme) as applicable
  6. Instructs and guides when necessary junior medical staff in the overall care of patients, supervises their performance/work and contributes to the training and teaching activities in the department/division.
  7. Reports and discusses all unusual findings, complication or alterations in the management plan, with the Consultant/Senior Registrar
  8. Fulfills the requirements of the Saudi Council for Health Specialties with regard to continuing medical education
  9. To work towards completing his postgraduate training and passing the Final Part of the Saudi Board or Fellowship
  10. Attends the Continuing Medical Education Programme of the department/division
  11. Participates in approved research projects
  12. Shares workload in his specialty during the absence of his colleagues
  13. To acquire and maintain a valid certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
  14. Strives to improve his clinical expertise as well as standard of practice with regard to morbidity and cost effectiveness
  15. Participates in the Major Disaster Plan of the hospital, as indicate
  16. Performs other applicable tasks and duties assigned within the realm of his/her knowledge, skills and abilities, within the hospital and/or affiliated medical facilities.


  1. Graduate from a recognized medical school.
  2. Master Degree or Part I FRCS in Ophthalmology or equivalent.
  3. Saudi Board or equivalent qualification in Ophthalmology
  4. Specialized professional experience for a minimum of three (3) years in General Ophthalmologist.



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