The Attending Physician – Otolaryngology performs clinical care, education and research for the Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology and the Department of Surgery. The Attending Physician – Otolaryngology will be expected to perform at a high level to provide excellent care for patients and families. The Attending Physician – Otolaryngology should demonstrate leadership for the other members of the Otolaryngology team.
The Attending Physician – Otolaryngology is responsible for Care for patients in the outpatient setting, inpatient consultations, emergency call coverage, surgical care and surgical teaching, teaching of residents, fellows and other members of the staff, participation in otolaryngology meetings and patient rounds, and participation in individual or team research projects. The Attending Physician – Otolaryngology may be required to develop a multidisciplinary clinic.
The Attending Physician – Otolaryngology works on: Upper airway pathology, congenital and acquired head and neck pathologies, Rhinology, Otological and hearing related pathologies, experience in surgically implantable hearing devices as well as the usual secondary type pathologies related to pediatric otolaryngology practice.
The Attending Physician – Otolaryngology is responsible for ensuring a high standard of service is continually provided to all patients, their families and other hospital staff as prescribed in the patient care and facility standards set down by Sidra Medical and Research Center.
The Attending Physician – Otolaryngology works as a full-time appointment to Weill Cornell Medical College – Qatar and collaborates with the Medical School, to provide teaching support for instruction regarding the otolaryngology curriculum (both general and pediatric specific) by the members of the division for the undergraduate medical students and surgical residents as required for an ACGME curriculum.