Full-Time MEDICAL EXAMINER – Bidar
It’s up to a Medical Examiner to run tests, analyze and interpret data from investigations, sign official documents, testify at court hearings, take photos of evidence, and give medical information about the dead. They also do other things as needed.
Job Title : MEDICAL EXAMINER
Location : Bidar, Karnataka, India
Salary : $ 31.77 per hour.
Company : Denver Int’l. Airport
Job Type : Full-Time
- Stay updated in your area of expertise by attending seminars, training programs, and appropriate courses.
- Law enforcement agencies, lawyers, judges, other medical professionals, relatives of the dead, the news media, the District Attorney’s Office, and the general public get medical information.
- All forensic criminal and civil cases in the County are investigated by this expert witness service. They also provide expert witness services for any other forensic needs.
- Neurophysiology Conference, Case Consensus Meeting, and Toxicology Rounds are some of the pathology conferences he goes to. Forensic neurophysiology is a field that teaches residents and medical students how to do things like look at brains and spinal cords. This person also helps with the design and delivery of other educational programs that the Deputy Chief Medical Examiner/Medical Director comes up with. Related lectures, presentations, and forensic pathology symposium and conferences are given by this person.
- On time and in a certain format, all death investigation reports must be sent to an online records management system. Accuracy and impartiality must be maintained at all times.
- Prepares complete case reports and records, as well as investigation summaries and subpoenas for police reports and medical documents, if necessary.
- Investigates the scene of a death or a crime to determine the circumstances around it and the method(s) employed. Evidence gathered in this way includes information on a victim’s medical history, prescription drug details and other relevant information.
- There are a variety of case materials that the incumbent may compile in order to determine the manner and cause of death. These papers may include all of the previously mentioned records. On a rotational basis, the incumbent handles cases that come in during the evening and night hours, makes jurisdictional decisions, and goes to death scenes as needed. Upon request, the incumbent is available to testify in federal and district courts in the United States, as well as in circuit courts in neighboring jurisdictions. This office is responsible for completing any special duties given by the Chief or Deputy Chief Medical Examiner. Infectious illness management and monitoring has been adopted.
- Handles regular inquiries and grievances, conducts investigations into concerns, starts solutions, and directs complaints or problems to the relevant departmental staff in person or over the telephone.
- Medical and dental records are gathered, reports from other agencies are reviewed, and aid is offered to forensic pathologists in identifying the dead via inquiries with the person’s doctor about their medical, psychological, and/or mental history.
- At least 1,000 hours of verified work experience in the field of study is necessary for an associate’s degree in biology or medical science, para-medicine, or a closely related branch of study Experience in the field is a must.
- Candidates must have or be able to obtain a current license to practice medicine, as stipulated by the Department of Professional Regulations.
- Learning to perform a medical/dental exam, as well as a grasp of trauma’s effects, natural illnesses, and how to undertake forensic external examinations are all crucial skills to have.
- Has a lot of initiative, effort and attention to detail when he or she does things on their own without a lot of help from other people.
- work with evidence for chain of custody control should have some experience with techniques, methods, and procedures for handling and preparing evidence.