Attending ambulatory care is in charge of supporting the ongoing treatment of a patient, providing patient care, and monitoring recovery through coordinating with attending physicians. You are in charge of evaluating the medical report of the patient, including consultations and history records. During an emergency, you are to perform first aid and CPR when necessary. The well-being of your patient is vital; therefore, you must be able to help patient ADL's hygiene, dressing, eating, bathing, grooming, and toileting. In addition to the well-being of your patient, you must be able to create a healthy environment to foster their recovery. Sometimes when patients are going through an emotional rollercoaster, you have to offer conversation and companionship to foster your relationship with them.
Your integrity is a vital skill for this position; therefore, you must always stand for honesty. Part of attending ambulatory care skills is to pay attention to detail, have interpersonal skills, and understand medical terminologies. The average salary of attending ambulatory care is $27,000 yearly, or $9.64 per hour. As attending ambulatory care, a bachelor's degree in the Medical field is essential as an educational qualification.