Job description / Role
Chairman - Emergency Medicine in Dammam
On Application SAR
On Application SAR
Our client hospital is considered one of the leading JCIA accredited hospitals in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia.
The hospital has 112 beds, including a 6 bed Intensive Care Unit, 5 bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, 4 Operation Rooms, 4 Delivery Rooms, Medical,Surgical, Paediatrics, Day-Surgery and VIP Wards.. The hospital is part of a group of 4 Medical Cities located in Riyadh, Jeddah and Al Ahsa with over 2000 beds between them.
The Emergency Department sees up to 4000 patients per month and the out patient clinics see up to 7000 patients monthly. Other services include a Cardio Unit and Endoscopy Unit.
The Hospital has excelled in the treatment of obesity under the supervision of outstanding medical team to conduct rare gastric bypass surgeries in the region. 399 successful surgeries have been carried out so far.
There is Obstetrics and Gynecology clinic that is run by specialized consultants. There is also an Asthma clinic for immune and biological treatments
The Hospital's location between Dammam, Al Khobar and Dhahran -the most important cities in the eastern region- make it a strategic location.
To apply for a post through Professional Connections at this hospital you must hold a European, North American, Australian or New Zealand passport as we are contracted by our client to source from these territories.
* Negotiable tax free salary
* Free housing
* Free utilities
* Family contract if married
* Free Health care
* Free flights
* Professional leave
* Generous annual leave
About the Company
Professional Connections International Healthcare Recruitment Agency
Professional Connections, often referred to as Profco, is an international healthcare recruitment specialist. Profco is working to help placing credentialed nurses, doctors and allied health professionals in exciting opportunities with leading hospitals around the world. International assignments are a great way for nurses and other healthcare professionals to broaden their experience and to see how healthcare is delivered in other countries, while at the same time enhancing their career prospects as they gain experience in different parts of the world.