1. Tell us will you travel if job demands as Lady Doctor?

In case of medical emergencies, various hospitals call doctors to treat the patients. So, if you are ready to travel when called even to distant places to treat the patients then you should mention it, while you are in the interview. This will help the hospital to develop goodwill and will add to its advantage in various other ways.

2. Tell us what, to date, is your greatest medical success story?

This question gives candidates an opportunity to display their medical ability or emotional intelligence. Look for stories where candidates utilized good listening or perceptive skills to understand a patient's problems.

3. Tell me what are some of your notable achievements?

Nobody enjoys a braggart but if you're asked about your achievements, you should not hide them. Detailing awards and scholarships that you have received and seminars/conferences that you have attended is not only to subtly suggest that you're an exceptional doctor. It is to emphasize your serious dedication to the profession.

4. Explain me about your experience and how it makes you a suitable candidate?

I've written in another post about how this question is often just asked in the shortened version. “Tell us about your experience.” In which case its a very lazy question. Its often asked because sadly on some resident medical officer interview panels the panellists are slotted in the day before and do not have time to review your application and CV.

5. Tell us what are the traits of a successful doctor in this environment?

What traits and metrics make a new hire successful? Are you looking for any specific clinical skills? Knowing these answers ensures you won't be expected to do something you don't have experience with.

6. Why did you choose this profession as Lady Doctor?

Chou notes that healthcare is a “service industry”and providing service goes beyond “talent and quality.”

7. Tell me what do you know about our hospital?

This is a typical hospital interview question that is asked by interviewers to gauge how much you have researched about the job you're applying for and the hospital you want to work in. In order to answer this question, you have to study the hospital's history including its current rules and regulations. You should also be familiar with its policies and highlight some of its remarkable achievements.

8. Tell us what process do you follow when counseling a terminally ill patient?

This question indicates the candidate's compassion and ability to effectively counsel patients.

9. Tell us what strengths do you bring to this role?

This is sometimes answered alongside a request for weaknesses (see also below). If also asked for weaknesses. Start with weaknesses first and give just one. Then end with two or three strengths.

For strengths. Try to come up with something reasonably unique and remember it needs to be relevant to the role.

10. Explain me how often should women have breast examinations done?

Demonstrates the candidate's industry knowledge and experience.

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