Institution:  National Healthcare Group Polyclinics
Family Group:  Allied Health

What you’ll do as a Senior/Podiatrist!


You will assess, diagnose, and implement treatments for a range of problems in the primary care setting. Using your specialist skills, you will treat a broad spectrum of patients ranging from low-risk foot conditions such as corns, calluses, and pathological nail conditions to high-risk foot conditions (e.g diabetic foot ulcers).


You will also be involved in managing biomechanical foot conditions which includes prescription of custom-made and off-the-shelf foot orthoses. In addition, you will educate patients and family members or caregivers on preventive foot care and the continued treatment of disorders, and conduct talks relating to foot care.


You can also expect to contribute towards continuous quality improvement in the department and provide guidance to trainees and students.


Skills crucial to success in this role!


•    Ability to work well independently in a challenging environment alongside a multi-disciplinary team

•    Ability to demonstrate and articulate sound clinical knowledge and reasoning, critical thinking, judgement, and decision-making in the provision of care

•    Willingness to work at a different polyclinic location from time to time

•    Patient-focused with a genuine desire to make a difference

•    Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment

  • Passion for a healthcare career and who is inspired to move ahead despite challenges


Preferred Qualification!


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Podiatry from a recognized university
  • Registration with the relevant governing body of this profession, if applicable