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Neonatology job description

A Neonatologist is a medical professional who works with newborn infants to address breathing disorders, birth defects, and infections. 

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Neonatologist responsibilities include:

  • Caring for newborn infants until they are ready to go home
  • Providing prenatal care for high-risk infants
  • Assisting in premature or problematic deliveries, and helping if complications arise or if medical attention is necessary immediately after birth

Job brief

We are looking for a Neonatologist to join our team and provide medical care to newborn infants who have various medical conditions. 

Neonatologist responsibilities include providing prenatal care to high-risk infants, providing nutritional support to infants, and performing various medical procedures to ensure the health of an infant. 

Ultimately, you will work directly with newborn infants to ensure they receive the medical care needed after birth. 

Responsibilities

  • Care for infants’ nutrition to ensure optimal growth and development, and find alternative ways to feed infants who struggle with feeding
  • Assist with medications and treat infants born with infections
  • Perform heart-lung bypass procedures for infants with breathing difficulties due to underdeveloped or damaged hearts and lungs
  • Provide support to parents and help them to understand and make decisions regarding their infant’s condition and treatment
  • Ensure parents have sufficient opportunities to bond with their infants
  • Conduct research and clinical trials

Requirements and skills

  • Proven work experience as a Neonatologist or similar role
  • A willingness to work long hours and remain on-call for emergency situations
  • The ability to work under pressure and stress
  • Strong communication skills and patience and empathy towards patients and their families
  • Strong dedication and motivation for helping newborn infants
  • Relevant training and/or certifications as a Neonatologist

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