Job description / Role
Aging, unhealthy lifestyle, excessive exposure to the sun, fluctuating hormone levels, stress and underlying medical conditions are among the factors that cause damage to the skin. People who seek to improve the health of their skin consult with cosmetic dermatologists who work to diagnose and remedy the problem.
The skin are freed of blemishes and revitalized from the services and procedures that dermatologist employ, such as microdermabrasion, collagen fillers, sclerotherapy, chemical peels, skin tightening, laser hair removal and botox injections. People who seek laser tattoo removal, and resolution of problems such as hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) or hair loss consult cosmetic dermatologist’s specialist.
Candidate must be licensed and experienced medical professional. GCC experience is required. Must be updated with new and upcoming technologies in cosmetology and dermatology. Dermatologist specializes in the field of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of skin problems. Depending on the job profile a dermatologist even treats the texture of the skin to remove signs of aging and scars on the skin. The dermatologist also makes use of cosmetic chemicals to improve skin conditions and rid it of all skin problems by making use of Botox and collagen treatments.
About the Company
If you are looking for an exceptional patient experience and excellent clinical care, then look no further than The Royal Hospital for Women in Riffa Views.
Choosing healthcare facilities is a big decision, often made more complex by the need to make comparisons between different hospitals. We make your life easier by offering a full range of clinical services for women – including the only Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in the island’s numerous private hospitals.
Our facilities offer an extensive range of medical services including antenatal and a Well Woman clinic, gynaecology, endoscopy, health screening, bone densitometry (brittle bone detection), breast cancer screening and assisted conception (IVF). Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit will start with three cots and we will eventually expand the numbers to nine. We also have an emergency assessment unit with three bays, which is open 24 hours a day to fulfill your emergency medical needs.