A Great Opportunity for an Emergency Medicine Consultant has arisen to join one of our prestigious clients, across multiple locations in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Our client's mission is to develop and operate state of the art medical facilities and provide innovative healthcare services to create value for people. In joining the group, you would be helping our client achieve their vision of being the most trusted healthcare provider in medical excellence and patient experience globally. (The Role is based in Saudi Arabia.)
The cities of Saudi Arabia are modern and cosmopolitan yet yield a tranquil atmosphere. Nightlife in public areas is limited; however, there are numerous parties and events held in expat compounds/private areas for expats to make you feel more at home. Saudi Arabia is also host to various social functions, parties, dance, and dramatic arts festivals as well as a large number of literature events. Bahrain is 30 minutes away and it is more than possible to enjoy the nightlife offered in Manama, with a much less restrictive lifestyle and no prohibition. The culture revolves around the religion of Islam, but unlike other cities in the kingdom there is a large proportion of expatriates particularly those that work for Saudi Aramco. This brings a slightly more relaxed approach to the conservative lifestyle. The diversity of people is uncountable, with individuals from all corners of the globe wanting to relocating to Saudi Arabia. Everyone, no matter what their walk of life, seems to relish in the rich cultural history that Saudi Arabia has to offer.
Our client has been described as the most prominent, prestigious private healthcare providers in the Middle East. They have several medical centres and hospitals across Saudi Arabia, specialising in numerous medical procedures and practices.
They are a JCI Certified Health Care Organization and have won Arab Health Awards on more than one occasion. Our client has an excellent reputation for retaining the most professional, medical and administrative staff in the area.
You will be fully supported in your professional and personal development, encouraged to improve, and learn new skills. The working environment that has been created has been described as incomparable to any other institutions in the area, with close co-operation and enthusiastic, innovative attitudes.
Our client focuses on following the international medical policies and standards to the highest level attainable, implementing a strong management strategy to make this possible.
The hospitals and medical centres boast state of the art technology and equipment. Our client provides top of the range equipment with no expense spared, to ensure they are providing the patients and staff with the best treatment opportunities possible. The provision of this equipment not only provides the finest treatments, but also makes your job easier and more efficient.
International medical conferences are regularly organised for staff to keep up to date with new technology and techniques. These centres of excellence will provide the right candidate with a unique and exceptional opportunity to for continuous growth.
Internal workshops and educational training courses are encouraged and available for all different areas of medicine.
Salary is based on qualifications and experience gained after your CCT
Fully furnished family accommodation
15 days of salary per year as an annual bonus
Healthcare Insurance for yourself and dependents
Continuous Medical Education
Free Transportation to and from work
Annual Air Tickets for yourself and dependents
Free Malpractice Insurance Coverage
Qualifications and Requirements
The following qualifications are accepted:
UK/Ireland CCT/CCST/ MRCP/FRCS qualifications
GMC Specialist Registration
American Board Certification (only approved boards by American Board of Medical Specialties accepted)
Fachartz (German Board)
French Qualifications (DIS, DES, CES, CIS)
Canadian Fellowship with 3 years post board experience.
2 years’ experience (post qualifying)
The ability to speak Arabic is not essential although beneficial