3 Additional Health Care Job Interview Questions And Answers

Q. Describe a work related problem you had to deal with. What procedures did you use to deal with it? What was the outcome?
A. Seeing as how you're going to be in the medical profession, there will be several work-related problems you'll be faced with from time to time if not on a consistent basis. There will be no one specific procedure you will be able to use to deal with any one problem. But sometimes it would be up to your own judgment to determine how you would go about solving a particular problem. If you make the right choice often times now, will be good. Make sure you display this to your prospective employer.


Q. Describe a time when you had to analyze a problem and generate a solution.
A. As someone in the medical profession there will be several times where you will have to analyze a problem and come up with a solution. What your prospective employer is looking to hear is that you have the ability to come up with the right solution. Make sure your display to your prospective employer of validity to generate effective solutions and you should have a very good chance at getting the medical position you are looking for. (Having problem-solving skills should be included in your health care resume)

Q. Tell me about a situation where you had to solve a problem or make a decision that's required careful thought. What did you do?

A. Often times as if someone in the medical profession you will definitely have to put a lot of thought into the choices you make. Making the wrong types of choices can have a very bad impact on your place of employment. Your prospective employer want to see that you are able to not only make a good decision, but that you were able to carefully weigh the possible consequences of making the wrong decision. Good analytical skills will go a long way when it comes to getting a job in the medical profession.

 

Gail Esparan