Physicians diagnose and treat a wide variety of common injuries, illnesses, and disorders and promote good health for their patients. Physicians are also known as Medical Doctors.
When interviewing Physicians, look for candidates who demonstrate strong communication and interpersonal skills, as well as a broad general knowledge base of diagnosing and treating common illnesses. Be wary of candidates who demonstrate a lack of compassion, leadership skills, and problem-solving abilities.
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Interview Questions for Physicians:
1. What kind of information should you gather when seeing a patient for the first time?
Demonstrates candidates' attention to detail and the ability to take an accurate patient history.
2. What kind of information and recommendations would you give to a patient showing signs of developing diabetes?
Demonstrates candidates' medical knowledge as well as interpersonal skills.
3. What steps would you take if you were unable to provide a patient with a strong diagnosis?
Demonstrates candidates' willingness to acknowledge their own short-comings and refer patients to specialists. Be wary of candidates who demonstrate a lack of teamworking skills.
4. What would you do if you saw a medical assistant showing a lack of concern or compassion when performing a diagnostic test, such as drawing blood?
Demonstrates candidates' leadership and communication skills, as well as problem-solving ability.
5. Can you describe a time when you developed a treatment plan for a complex illness or injury? Was it successful?
Demonstrates candidates' knowledge and experience in diagnostics and treatment plans, as well as willingness to admit to short-comings or mistakes.
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