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New Emergency Centre opening in Sharjah, UAE in March 2016

07 Jan

Could you be a #PERFECTFIT for life in the beautiful United Arab Emirates

A new emergency centre is being opened in the first quarter of 2016 in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. This is due to the rising need of acute services such as; critical care, trauma and emergency care. The new centre is supported by our client InterHealth Canada, who will work with the Ministry of Health to commission, and operate it. 

Based at the largest government hospital in the Emirate of Sharjah – Al Qassimi Hospital, the centre has 362 beds, and is a tertiary referral centre. It is also a centre for undergraduate and postgraduate medical training. 

Sharjah is the 3rd largest Emirate in the UAE and is more traditional than its closest neighbour Dubai; only 20km away. However, it is steeped in history and culture. Declared as the Cultural City of the Arab world by UNESCO in 1998, Sharjah combines modern living with holding on to its traditions. Our consultants can provide more information about what life is like and what to do in your spare time in Sharjah. 

We have some exciting opportunities for Charge Nurses and Consultant level Doctors to join the Emergency team. Our client is looking to mobilise candidates as early as March this year; the aim is to be part of the setup and development of this state of the art facility and contribute to the provision of emergency care services to the population of Sharjah. 

Urgent vacancies: 

Charge Nurse, Emergency Departmentcontact Olivia 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery of minimum three and half year's course duration or Diploma in Nursing of minimum three years course.
  • Minimum three (3) years recent experience in nursing with at least one (1) year in area of speciality and one (1) year as a charge or acknowledged clinical team leader - no less than 4 years' experience in total. 
Consultant, Emergency Departmentcontact Evgenia 
  • Medical Doctor Degree.
  • Qualification from Tier 1 in subspecialty (Emergency Medicine) - Based on the MOH PQR - Tier 1 requirements. Countries include - Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom and the United States of America.
  • Active membership in the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Emergency Medicine, or The College of Family Physicians of Canada, CCFP(EM) or equivalent.
  • Active Registration to Practice Medicine within specialty from country of origin or country of last practice.
  • Minimum five (5) years' experience in an active treatment hospital within Emergency Medicine post speciality training.

Contact our consultants today for more information!
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