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#1 ஜ Agnodice ஜ

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Posted 10 May 2007 - 06:07 AM

Experts & Reach Consulting

Senior Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon

DESCRIPTION
Will work in one of the finest Abu Dhabi acute care hospitals.

Send me your CV/Resume

REQUIREMENTS
American Specialty Board or Equivalent.

* NLT Six Clinical experience in an acute care tertiary hospital OR,
NLT 4 years clinical experience in addition to NLT 2 year in the
subspecialty.

* NLT 4 years experience in the same country of qualification.

* Evidence of current accreditation of current establishments.

* Senior academic position would be an advantage.

* Original research and publication in indexed journals.

* Fellowship training in a center of excellence for the subspecialty
will be an advantage


Date: 7 May 2007
City/Town: Abu Dhabi
Location: Abroad
Wage/Salary: 30K to 40K Dirhams (x PHP 12.9)
Start: asap
Duration: unlimited
Type: Full Time
How to apply: by email
Company: Experts & Reach Consulting
Contact: Francis Cartujano
Phone: 0097126765722
Fax: 0097126765799
Email: francis@experts.ae

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Posted 24 May 2007 - 06:29 AM

AL TAKA MANPOWER SERVICES

POEA License No. : 222-LB-081503-R
Address : Suite 412 L&S Bldg. 1414 Roxas Blvd. Cor. Sta Monica St Ermita Manila Manila
Tel. No. : 02-4006977 / 3021963

1 General Practitioner (Male)
Work Site: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Opening Date: May 24, 2007 Closing Date: Aug 24, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project Dar Al Modawat Medical Center
Qualifications Gender : Male
Age : 30 - 45 yrs old
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 3 yr(s)



SUCCESS INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENT INC.
POEA License No. : 199-LB-072403-R
Address : 1551-C P. SANTOS ST. MAKATI CITY
Tel. No. : 8841987

2 GYNAECOLOGIST
Work Site: ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates

Opening Date: May 23, 2007 Closing Date: Aug 23, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the
Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project TAHA MEDICAL CENTRE
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 28 - 43 yrs old
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License
Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 4 yr(s)

Skills Required:


Specialization certificate obtained after a fulltime structured
residency program/ course of no less than 4 years duration in a
university centre, teaching hospital or where appropriate, in a
health establishment approved by the competent authorities.
No less than 8 years post certification in an acute care hospital and
no less than 3 years as Consultant
You hold a current and valid license to practice as a registered
Specialist Physician without any conditions or limitations
You are proficient in reading and writing English



2 DERMATOLOGIST
Work Site: ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates

Opening Date: May 23, 2007 Closing Date: Aug 23, 2007
Job Order Registration No.: 10108465 Validity Date: May 9, 2011
Prospective Principal/Project TAHA MEDICAL CENTER
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 28 - 43 yrs old
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License
Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 3 yr(s)

Skills Required:


* Must have 3 years working experience

* Must be registered dematologist



4 ENT
Work Site: ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates


Prospective Principal/Project TAHA MEDICAL CENTRE
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 30 - 45 yrs old
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License
Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 3 yr(s)

Skills Required:


You have successfully completed and hold an accredited recognized
primary medical qualification
Specialization certificate obtained after a fulltime structured
residency program/ course of no less than 3 years duration in a
university centre, teaching hospital or where appropriate, in a
health establishment approved by the competent authorities.
No less than 3 years post certification
You hold a current and valid license to practice as a registered
Specialist Physician without any conditions or limitations
You are proficient in reading and writing English



1 OPTHALMOLOGIST
Work Site: ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates


Prospective Principal/Project TAHA MEDICAL CENTRE
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 30 - 45 yrs old
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License
Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 4 yr(s)

Skills Required:


Specialization certificate obtained after a fulltime structured
residency program/ course of no less than 4 years duration in a
university centre, teaching hospital or where appropriate, in a
health establishment approved by the competent authorities.
No less than 8 years post certification in an acute care hospital and
no less than 3 years as Consultant
You hold a current and valid license to practice as a registered
Specialist Physician in your home country without any conditions or
limitations
You are proficient in reading and writing English


3 PSYCHIATRIST
Work Site: ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates


Prospective Principal/Project TAHA MEDICAL CENTRE
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 30 - 45 yrs old
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 4 yr(s)

Skills Required:


You have successfully completed and hold an accredited recognized
primary medical qualification
Specialization certificate obtained after a fulltime structured
residency program/ course of no less than 3 years duration in a
university centre, teaching hospital or where appropriate, in a
health establishment approved by the competent authorities.
No less than 3 years post certification
You hold a current and valid license to practice as a registered
Specialist Physician in without any conditions or limitations
You are proficient in reading and writing English


2 UROLOGIST/NEUROLOGIST
Work Site: ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates


Prospective Principal/Project TAHA MEDICAL CENTRE
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 30 - 45 yrs old
Education : any
Yrs. of Experience : 4 yr(s)

Skills Required:


Specialization certificate obtained after a fulltime structured
residency program/ course of no less than 4 years duration in a
university centre, teaching hospital or where appropriate, in a
health establishment approved by the competent authorities.
No less than 8 years post certification in an acute care hospital and
no less than 3 years as Consultant
You hold a current and valid license to practice as a registered
Specialist Physician without any conditions or limitations
You are proficient in reading and writing English




Other Details:

Please submit personally 2 sets of resume and other credentials.

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Posted 08 June 2007 - 10:18 PM

ABBA PERSONNEL SERVICES, INC.

POEA License No. : POEA-346-LB-121503-TP
Address : Goldloop Towers, 11th Floor, Tower A, J. Escriva Drive, Ortigas Center 1605 Pasig City
Tel. No. : 633 5175

PHYSICIANS
Work Site: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Opening Date: Jun 8, 2007 Closing Date: Sep 8, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project SHEIKH KHALIFA MEDICAL CITY
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 8 yr(s)

Skills Required:


WE HAVE URGENT VACANCIES FOR PHYSICIANS SPECIALIZING IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS:

NEPHROLOGY (SENIOR CONSULTANT)
ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY (SPECIAL GRADE CONSULTANT)
GENERAL PSYCHIATRY (SENIOR CONSULTANT)

BENEFITS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:

EXCELLENT SALARY OFFER
FAMILY STATUS
HOUSING ALLOWANCE
FURNITURE ALLOWANCE
UTILITIES ALLOWANCE
TRANSPORTATION ALLOWANCE
EDUCATIONAL ALLOWANCE (*maximum of 3 children)
ANNUAL PAID VACATION OF 40 DAYS
END OF SERVICE AWARD


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For those interested, kindly bring your full CV to the office address below:



ABBA PERSONNEL SERVICES, INC.

11/F Tower A, Goldloop Towers

Escriva Drive, Ortigas Center

Pasig City 1605, Metro Manila



Look for Katz Bugayong

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Posted 19 June 2007 - 06:36 AM

ABBA PERSONNEL SERVICES, INC.

POEA License No. : POEA-346-LB-121503-TP
Address : Goldloop Towers, 11th Floor, Tower A, J. Escriva Drive, Ortigas Center 1605 Pasig City
Tel. No. : 633 5175

Senior House Officer - OB Gynae
Work Site: Khamis Mushayt, Saudi Arabia

Opening Date: Jun 19, 2007 Closing Date: Sep 19, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project Armed Forces Hospital
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : Maximum of 45 yrs old
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

Skills Required:


- graduate of Doctor of Medicine

- training in OB Gynae

- atleast 5years experience as OB Gynae doctor

#5 Othan

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Posted 19 June 2007 - 06:52 PM

waaaaaaaahhhhhhh

i was told na kailangan ko pa palang mag-state baord sa qatar, akala ko wala eh. is there a way na pwedeng dito sa pinas na lang ako mag-state board sa embassy nila (kung meron)? para at least, i don't have to resign yet in the company i'm working, naniniguro lang. ayoko na kasi mag-review, nakakatamad na :)

#6 ஜ Agnodice ஜ

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Posted 19 June 2007 - 08:21 PM

waaaaaaaahhhhhhh


Kuya othan, dati pwede mag take ng boards nila dito, but since the nursing fiasco of 2006, winidraw na nila. BUT as far as I know, you are given a year to take and pass their board once your are employed there. Good Luck....

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 12:43 AM

im just wondering, paano ka mag-practice duon na wala pang state board? how do one diagnose and dispense prescriptions or lab requests? do they honor what one doctor prescribes in their botica? aba eh pwede pala ako muna mag-practice duon kahit wala pa akong state board for 1 year then lipat sa ibang bansa na may ganun ding patakaran, maluwag kumbaga. hehehe iipon ng dolyares tapos saka na ako uuwi ng pinas at magtayo ng negosyo.

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 01:12 AM

im just wondering, paano ka mag-practice duon na wala pang state board? how do one diagnose and dispense prescriptions or lab requests? do they honor what one doctor prescribes in their botica? aba eh pwede pala ako muna mag-practice duon kahit wala pa akong state board for 1 year then lipat sa ibang bansa na may ganun ding patakaran, maluwag kumbaga. hehehe iipon ng dolyares tapos saka na ako uuwi ng pinas at magtayo ng negosyo.


dok othan, hi!

san ka sana mag-aaply sa qatar? They have residency training at Hamad Hospital and just like most residency trainings dito sa atin, you have to take an exam. But I think ito na yung sinasabi mong state board nila. Arab Board something? I'm not sure though. Gusto ko sana.. kaso eh, nakakatamad na rin mag-aral.. tamad tlga eh noh? Naku, walang patutunguhan 'tong katamaran eh. Tsk.

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 09:42 AM

not to mention you have to know some basic Arabic (speaking,reading, and writing) because some doctors, staffs,and patients themselves are not that good in english or as in wala talagang english ang iba. The problem is that you cant interact with some patients without a "little" arabic, especially in the hospitals. Majority of the Arabs are nationalistic or anti-Western so ayaw talaga nilang matutong mag-English. But if the pay is high then go for it basta ba ipadala nyo lang sa pinas ang kikitain nyong dolyar.. :eyebrows:

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 09:10 PM

its a multi-national contruction company. so most probably, sa loob ng mga projects nila (na karamihan eh filipino workers din). and everywhere na kung saang bansa sakali ako itapon, mag-exam pa rin huhuhuhu.

wwwwaaaaaaahhhhhh, ayaw ko na mag-review :)

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 08:39 AM

GBMLT MANPOWER SERVICES, INC.

principal: Al-Hamadi Est. Hospital - Riyadh, KSA

GP (male/female)

qualifications: 2 years relevant experience

Report for personal interview with: original and 2 sets copies of detailed resume, diplomas/vocational certificates, PRC license, employment certificate, seminars, certificates, payslip, valid old and new passports, driving license, 2 pcs. 2x2 colored picture

1537 MH del Pilar St., Ermita, Manila
email: gbmlt_applicant@yahoo.com





SAUDI GERMAN HOSPITALS GROUP
PO Box 2550, Jeddah KSA

DERMATOLOGIST (F)
- pls. send comprehensive resume at phil@alahramgroup.net, 536-5904 / 06.
Rms. 1&2 Jalandoni Bldg. 1444 A. Mabini Ermita, Manila



MAJOR UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Oman

MEDICAL DOCTORS
- specialists: OB-GYNE, ER, Medicine, GI, Cardiothoracic, General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, EENT, Anesthesia, Pediatrics, Neonatal


pls. report with biodata, certifications and photo to:
Omanfil International Manpower
802 Km. 18 West Service Road, South Superhighway, Paranaque
apply@omanfil.com
821-1650 to 55




BAQA'A AHLI CLINIC
Hail, KSA

OB-GYNE (F)
DERMATOLOGIST (F)


apply in person: AFR RESOURCES & MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORP.
2203 Singalong St. Malate, Manila
338-5754 / 400-8309
info@afrmanpower.com
www.afrmanpower.com


AMERICAN MISSION HOSPITAL
Manama , Bahrain

GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGIST (f)
NEONATOLOGIST (M/F)
PSYCHIATRIST (M/F)
INTERNIST / CARDIOLOGIST (F)
ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON (M/F)
GENERAL INTERNIST (M/F)


- must be board certified/diplomate, salary ranges USD3,000-3,300

apply in person: AFR RESOURCES & MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORP.
2203 Singalong St. Malate, Manila
338-5754 / 400-8309
info@afrmanpower.com
www.afrmanpower.com

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 10:47 AM

GBMLT MANPOWER SERVICES, INC.

principal: Al-Hamadi Est. Hospital - Riyadh, KSA

GP (male/female)

qualifications: 2 years relevant experience

Report for personal interview with: original and 2 sets copies of detailed resume, diplomas/vocational certificates, PRC license, employment certificate, seminars, certificates, payslip, valid old and new passports, driving license, 2 pcs. 2x2 colored picture

1537 MH del Pilar St., Ermita, Manila
email: gbmlt_applicant@yahoo.com





SAUDI GERMAN HOSPITALS GROUP
PO Box 2550, Jeddah KSA

DERMATOLOGIST (F)
- pls. send comprehensive resume at phil@alahramgroup.net, 536-5904 / 06.
Rms. 1&2 Jalandoni Bldg. 1444 A. Mabini Ermita, Manila



MAJOR UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Oman

MEDICAL DOCTORS
- specialists: OB-GYNE, ER, Medicine, GI, Cardiothoracic, General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, EENT, Anesthesia, Pediatrics, Neonatal


pls. report with biodata, certifications and photo to:
Omanfil International Manpower
802 Km. 18 West Service Road, South Superhighway, Paranaque
apply@omanfil.com
821-1650 to 55




BAQA'A AHLI CLINIC
Hail, KSA

OB-GYNE (F)
DERMATOLOGIST (F)


apply in person: AFR RESOURCES & MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORP.
2203 Singalong St. Malate, Manila
338-5754 / 400-8309
info@afrmanpower.com
www.afrmanpower.com


AMERICAN MISSION HOSPITAL
Manama , Bahrain

GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGIST (f)
NEONATOLOGIST (M/F)
PSYCHIATRIST (M/F)
INTERNIST / CARDIOLOGIST (F)
ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON (M/F)
GENERAL INTERNIST (M/F)


- must be board certified/diplomate, salary ranges USD3,000-3,300

apply in person: AFR RESOURCES & MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORP.
2203 Singalong St. Malate, Manila
338-5754 / 400-8309
info@afrmanpower.com
www.afrmanpower.com



Suwabe jan sa American Mission Hospital merong mag asawang pinoy na doctor jan medyo mataas na ang katungkulan, at maganda Amerikano ang director ng hopital mabait daw.

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 10:49 AM

siyangapal di ko sinabing okey yung recruitment company tsek ninyo na lang kung okey pero yung website ng hospital nandoon yung picture ng 2 pinoy na surgeons e.

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Posted 14 July 2007 - 01:44 AM

Good day to you guys...
I was just browsing thru workabroad and there are new job listings for doctors/
for us except PNG baka nakakatakot. :crazy: heard some rumors about it and my optometrist friend na hold up don twice.

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Posted 16 July 2007 - 04:49 AM

Please click the ff. links for more info:http://jobs.saudiaramco.com/jobs/jobs/nonSaudiHomeAction.do?name=SHOWJOB&JID=8715

http://jobs.saudiara...ian^specialists

Job Opportunities in SaudiAramco
Physician


Requisition: N01-70002728D

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Education: Graduation from a medical school acceptable to the Medical Director. Satisfactory completion of a one-year (preferably rotating) internship acceptable to the Medical Director. Must have a valid license to practice.

Experience: A minimum of two years satisfactory practice in general medicine after internship, either in a hospital, private practice or the equivalent. Post-graduate residency training may be substituted for this general medicine experience.

Language Requirement: Knowledge of medical Arabic is highly desirable for communication with patients and families, as well as fluent English.



DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

Works as a physician in one or more of the following assignments:

1. Out-patient Clinics: Examines and treats patients coming to the out-patient clinics. Takes medical history, examines patient, makes diagnosis and prescribes medications and other therapies. Seeks specialist consultation when necessary. Follows patients through their illnesses at appropriately spaced intervals. Orders laboratory and x-ray procedures and interprets results as required. Orders or applies such preventive measures as may be indicated.

Performs physical examinations on employees, wives and children. Makes recommendations as to fitness for employment or eligibility for home loans. Takes appropriate action to counsel patient on any physical defects uncovered during the examinations and makes appropriate arrangements for treatment and follow-up. Advises the Company of employees limitations in capacity to perform work because of health.

Must be familiar with local or industrial factors which may produce disease or dysfunction (e.g., noise, toxic substances, child delivery and feeding practices, etc.).

2. Emergency Receiving Room: Determines which cases constitute an emergency, extends rapid treatment to the patient as needed, makes quick decisions, and chooses the correct consultant for necessary additional guidance. Upon request examines in-patients on wards, rendering immediate judgment and treatment if necessary. Advises nursing personnel regarding medical problems; responds to radiotelephone calls from remote areas requesting medical advice; occasionally must go on emergency ambulance trips or otherwise use good judgment in responding to bona fide outside emergencies. This duty is principally at night and on weekends.

3. Specialty Medical Services: Under supervision of a specialist performs internal medicine procedures within his individual competence as ascertained by the specialist. Attends 15-20 hospitalized patients. May take first call nights and weekends on specialty services according to individual competence.

General Duties:

1. Completes all medical records and case histories promptly, indicating thereon the diagnosis and treatment given. Is responsible for the medical accuracy, completeness and confidential nature of patients medical records.

2. Provides health counseling of patients as needed.

3. Attends professional and Company meetings as directed by the supervisor. Occasionally prepares cases for presentation at ward rounds and staff meetings. Prepares medical papers for delivery at group meetings.


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Posted 02 August 2007 - 06:31 AM

ATHENNA INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER SERVICES, INC.

POEA License No. : 480-LB-032604-TP
Address : 4672 Evangelista St. Cor. Cuangco St. Pio Del Pilar, Makati City, Philippines 1230 Makati City
Tel. No. : (632) 8884821; 759-3046; 759-3047

1 COMPANY PHYSICIAN
Work Site: DOHA, Qatar
Opening Date: Aug 1, 2007 Closing Date: Oct 15, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"
Prospective Principal/Project AL JABER ENERGY SERVICES
Schedule of Interview Aug 1, 2007 - Oct 15, 2007
Qualifications Gender : Male
Age : 30 - 45 yrs old
Education : At least Bachelor's / College Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 3 yr(s)
Skills Required:

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for the continuing provision of fitness to work assessment for all employees; to include pre-employment, periodic, change of job & return to work after illness or injury.



To ensure a comprehensive health surveillance programme for any risks identified by the Health risk Assessment.



* Promote by example, a strong commitment to safety, quality & environment compliance.
* Provide support to the contractor project manager on all medical & occupational health issues.
* Participate in "programme Lessons Learned" actions as requested
* Research, write, promulgate and regularly update the medical plans including Medical Support Plan, Medical Implementation Plan, Medical Facility Implementation Plan & Medical Continuing Improvement Plan. These should all be based on the HRA and the HIA.
* Develop procedures and protocols for occupational health (OH), emergency medical service (EMS). chemical accident/incident response activities (CAIRA) and chemical surety program requirements.
* Develop medical directives to be implemented by clinic staff in patient treatment.
* Establish the Medical Response Team.
* Provide medical staff with training and opportunity for certification as required.
* Develop procedures for chemical casualty treatment.
* Develop procedures for chemical decontamination as they relate to the clinic's decontamination facility.
* With the paramedic Supervisor/Trainer, ensure medical Limiting Conditions of Operation (LCO) requirements are met for each shift, provide emergency medical care, ranging from first aid to ALS for injuries or illnesses, stabilize and arrange or provide transport if required and assure timely transport to higher level of emergency medical care.
* In conjunction with the OH, provide blueprint or work-site evaluations and make recommendations when problem issues are identified.
* Provide training to employees in aspects of occupational injury and illness prevention or amelioration, as necessary.
* Review industrial hygiene personnel monitoringdata.
* Provide continued or follow-up care of occupational injuries or illness.



AL AWA'EL INTERNATIONAL MANPOWER, INC.


POEA License No. : POEA-158-LB-102306-R
Address : G/F Standford Tower Condominium, M.H. Del Pilar Street Malate, Manila
Tel. No. : (63) (2) 521-1470 / 400-4286

2 RADIOLOGIST-Doctor
Work Site: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Opening Date: Aug 1, 2007 Closing Date: Nov 1, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"
Prospective Principal/Project Saffa Makkah Polyclinic
Proposed Salary negotiable
Qualifications Gender : Female
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 3 yr(s)
Skills Required:

min.3 yrs expereince in Radiology, Xray and ultrasound etc.

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Posted 21 September 2007 - 10:01 PM

WORLDVIEW INTERNATIONAL SERVICES CORPORATION
POEA License No. : 012-LB-042706-UL
Address : 2nd Floor, Felisa Bldg. No. 952 Pres. Quirino Ave Corner San PAscual St. Malate, MAnila
Tel. No. : 02-400-3915

52 OPTHALMOLOGY CONSULTANTS;SURGICAL CONSULTANTS;CARDIO VASCULAR CONSULTANTS;SKIN SPECIALIST CONSULTANTS;GYNAECOLOGIST CONSULTANTS;ENDOSCOPY CONSULTANTS; 4 PEDIATRICIAN FEMALE;
Work Site: United Arab Emirates

Opening Date: Sep 21, 2007 Closing Date: Dec 21, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project FUTURE GATE MANAGEMENT
Proposed Salary DH$3,000-DH$20,000
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 23 - 45 yrs old
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 2 yr(s)

Skills Required:


OPTHALMOLOGY CONSULTANTS;

SURGICAL CONSULTANTS;

CARDIO VASCULAR CONSULTANTS;

SKIN SPECIALIST CONSULTANTS;

GYNAECOLOGIST CONSULTANTS;

ENDOSCOPY CONSULTANTS



- should have 2 years hospital experiences, should pass the EILTS level 7 in English, must have license/PRC



- Free accommodation, Health insurance, Other as per U.A.E. law

Other Details:


REQUIREMENTS: DETAILED RESUME WITH LATEST PICTURE), EMPLOYMENT CERT, SEMINAR & TRAINING CERT, CREDENTIALS, PASSPORT & NBI COPY (photocopy in A4 size bond paper-INTERESTED APPLICANTS SEND YOUR DETAILED RESUME THRU EMAIL ADDRESS: worldviewresume@yahoo.com (subject: Position & Destination).. OTHER REQUIREMENTS WILL SUBMIT PERSONALLY OR SEND THRU LBC (address to MRS. BEVERLY D. WISCO/WORLDVIEW INT'L SERVICES CORP/2nd Floor Felisa Bldg.952 Pres. Quirino Ave. cor. San Pascual Street Malate Manila)



FOR MORE DETAILS YOU MAY CONTACT tEL#4003915 LOOK FOR MS. BERNADETTE ONNAGAN OR MS. MELINDA ARANCON



LANDBASE HUMAN RESOURCES COMPANY
POEA License No. : POEA-391-LB-012704-R
Address : Units GM106/209 Taft Office Center 1986 Taft Avenue Pasay City
Tel. No. : 00632-8310795/8338839/8338741

PLASTIC SURGEONS
Work Site: MANAMA, Bahrain

Opening Date: Sep 21, 2007 Closing Date: Dec 21, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project DR. TARIQ HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 1 yr(s)


AB INTERNATIONAL


POEA License No. : POEA-470-LB-032204-R
Address : Suite 501 A. Peñaloza Bldg. 1563 F. Agoncillo St. Cor. P. Gil St., Ermita, Manila-1000
Tel. No. : (632) 5236268; 5246146

4 Dermatologist ; 2 Gynecologist

Work Site: Ahmadi, Kuwait

Opening Date: Sep 19, 2007 Closing Date: Nov 19, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project ALSAYEGH CLINIC
Qualifications Gender : Female
Age : any
Education : At least Post Graduate Diploma / Master's Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

Skills Required:


5 years experience after Postgraduate (Master Degree or equivalent)



Proposed salary (depend on experience) + Housing allowance + one month paid annual leave + tickets at both beginning and end end of contract.


NAWRAS MANPOWER SERVICES

POEA License No. : 589-LB-061404-R
Address : # 2033 M.H DEL PILAR ST., MALATE MANILA MANILA
Tel. No. : 303-5001-08

PATHOLOGIST
Work Site: Saudi Arabia

Opening Date: Sep 21, 2007 Closing Date: Dec 21, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project AL KHAFJI NATIONAL HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : any
Yrs. of Experience : With or without experience

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Posted 27 September 2007 - 08:40 AM

BRUNEL TECHNICAL SERVICES PHILIPPINES INC.


POEA License No. : POEA-038-LB-113005-UL
Address : 2/f BCC House 5046 P. Burgos St., Poblacion, Makati City- 1210
Tel. No. : +632 8992229/ +632 8904221

1 DOCTOR
Work Site: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Opening Date: Sep 27, 2007 Closing Date: Dec 27, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project Atlantic Oil Services
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : With or without experience

Skills Required:

Minimum of 10 years experience.

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Posted 01 October 2007 - 04:11 AM

(1)
AL-SAYEGH MEDICAL POLYCLINIC KUWAIT
Dermatologists (F) – MD + Masters in Dermatology or equivalent with experience in laser and cosmetic dermatology preferred.

Gynecologists (F) – MD + Masters in Gynecology or equivalent

Minimum Qualifications:
- must have (5) years experience on the same field.
- Apply in person and bring with you your credentials
ATCI OVERSEAS CORPORATION
POEA License-338-LB-120803-R
1049 Metropolitan Avenue, Makati City
899-2051/899-0924





(2)
For immediate deployment BAHRAIN
Reg. 10107038

DOCTORS – oncologists, cardiologist, endocrinologist, kidney and liver transplant surgeon,)

EMPIRE NATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCES, INC.
POEA license No.519-LB-042004-R
2272 Leon Guinto St., Malate, Manila
523-2158 / 523-2337 / 524-7341
Email: eapinc@info.com.ph or empireinternational@pldtdsl.net


(3)
AAA GLOBAL MANPOWER CORP.
POEA-025-LB-019305-UL

Booming QATAR needs you, DOHA

Medical Doctors
Penthouse D Valero Tower, #122 Valero St., Salcedo Village, Makati
750-5723 / 750-5724 , FAX: 750-5720
Email: aaaglobalmanpower@yahoo.com


(4)
ASKAR International Management and Services
POEA lcense No-059-LB-081606-R
522-7546 – 3022368 – 3022298 – FAX 5211807
1325 MH Del Pilar Street, Ermita, Mabini, Manila

Urgent for KSA : Pathologist (Male and Female)
Employer in town to conduct interview

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Posted 04 October 2007 - 09:20 PM

ANDREWS MANPOWER CONSULTING, INC.

POEA License No. : POEA-057-LB-101105-PL
Address : 7514 Bagtikan St. Cor. Chino Roces Ave. San Antonio Village Makati City
Tel. No. : 899 8900/ 0917 884 8900

5 Gynaecologist
Work Site: Muscat, Oman

Opening Date: Oct 4, 2007 Closing Date: Jan 4, 2008
Job Order Registration No.: 325 Validity Date: Dec 4, 2007
Prospective Principal/Project Al Hayat Clinic
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

5 Dermatologist
Work Site: Muscat, Oman

Opening Date: Oct 4, 2007 Closing Date: Jan 4, 2008
Job Order Registration No.: 325 Validity Date: Dec 4, 2007
Prospective Principal/Project Al Hayat Clinic
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)



Interested applicants may call:

899 8900 loc 804 - Ms. Ann Pascual

899 8900 loc 805 - Ms. Len Dabu

or email comprehensive CV at:

ann@andrewsconsult.com

len@andrewsconsult.com


15 RADIOLOGIST
Work Site: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Opening Date: Oct 4, 2007 Closing Date: Jan 4, 2008
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project NEW SAFA MAKKAH POLYCLINIC
Proposed Salary SAR 10000
Qualifications Gender : Male
Age : 27 - 40 yrs old
Education : At least Bachelor's / College Degree
Yrs. of Experience : With or without experience

Skills Required:


A. Radiologist (MD) (minimum 2 years experience)

basic salary 10000 SR, yearly one month paid vocation with up down ticket , family flat free, visa renewal free, insurance free,only 8 hours duty, 2 years contract,etc

Other Details:


Interested applicants may send their comprehensive resume and recent photos directly through len@andrewsconsult.com and ann@andrewsconsult.com or visit our office located at 2/F GMA LouBel Plaza 7514 Bagtikan St. cor. Chino Roces Avenue San Antonio Village Makati City



For more information please do not hesitate to call us at 8998900 or visit our website http://www.andrewsconsult.com/

#21 lakaydelfin

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Posted 08 October 2007 - 08:16 PM

mgatol nabasa ko sa manila bulletin nung sunday kailangan ng doctors ng POEA para sa Ministry of Health Saudi Arabia.typoe ko mamya or start calling poea na for more info.maraming kailangan iba ibang specialty mostly OB and IM 20-30 thousand riyals/month.kapag me time ako mamaya type ko.

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Posted 09 October 2007 - 08:52 AM

PLACEWELL INTERNATIONAL SERVICES CORP.

POEA License No. : POEA-430-LB-022604-R
Address : Rm. 217, Aurora Plaza Bldg. Arquiza St. Cor. J. Bocobo St. Ermita Manila
Tel. No. : (632) 5215067; 5264838; 5215067

ENT Surgery, Specialist
Work Site: AL - Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Prospective Principal/Project SAAD Specialist Hospital
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 28 - 50 yrs old
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)


OB / GYN SPECIALIST
Work Site: AL - KHOBAR, Saudi Arabia

Prospective Principal/Project Saad Specialist Hospital
Qualifications Gender : Female
Age : 25 - 50 yrs old
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

Skills Required:

Minimum of 5 Years experience after the Masters.


ORGAN TRANSPLANT SURGERY SPECIALIST
Work Site: Al - Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Prospective Principal/Project SAAD Specialist Hospital
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 28 - 50 yrs old
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)


PHYSIATRY SPECIALIST
Work Site: AL - KHOBAR, Saudi Arabia


Prospective Principal/Project Saad Specialist Hospital
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 25 - 50 yrs old
Education : any
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

PLASTIC SURGERY SPECILAIST
Work Site: Al - Khobar, Saudi Arabia


Prospective Principal/Project SAAD Specialist Hospital
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 28 - 50 yrs old
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

Skills Required:


ANESTHESIA SPECIALIST
Work Site: Al - Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Prospective Principal/Project SAAD Specialist Hospital
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 27 - 45 yrs old
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 3 yr(s)

Skills Required:

Post - Graduate training in speciality, min of 3 Years experience in the practice of his/her specialty since higher certification, must hold a current license to practice med.


PRIMARY CARE SPECIALIST
Work Site: Al - Khobar, Saudi Arabia

Prospective Principal/Project SAAD Specialist Hospital
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 30 - 45 yrs old
Education : At least Doctorate Degree
Yrs. of Experience : 3 yr(s)

Skills Required:

Minimum of 3 years exp. in the practice of his/her specialty since higher certification. Must hold a current license to practice medicine.




SMC MANPOWER AGENCY PHILIPPINES COMPANY


POEA License No. : 013-LB-02057-PL
Address : 1726 ROAD 2 COR.ROAD 7 FABIE ESTATE STA.ANA MANILA MANILA
Tel. No. : 5610405/4855668

3 RADIOLOGIST Doctor/physician- MALE / FEMALE
Work Site: RIYADH, Saudi Arabia

Opening Date: Oct 8, 2007 Closing Date: Oct 30, 2007
For Manpower Pooling Only. No Fees shall be collected from the Applicant.
"BEWARE OF ILLEGAL RECRUITERS"

Prospective Principal/Project BERTAL MEDICAL CENTER - RIYADH
Proposed Salary NEGOSIABLE
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : 26 - 35 yrs old
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : With or without experience

Skills Required:

registered radiologist doctor,male or female.there are four post gor general radiologist w/sub-specially speciality.An interest in chest paediatric or interventional radiology would be invited to take the role in one or more areas accident of emergency,anaesthetics,genito-urniary/medicine.

#23 lakaydelfin

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Posted 11 October 2007 - 01:21 AM

Ministry of Health-Saudi Arabia need the following positions:

50 ICU Consultants
50 NeuroSurgeons
50 Nephrologists
50 Cardiologists
50 OB-Gne
50 OB Sonographers
50 Professors of Sciences

20-30 K SR/month

not more than 55 years of age

Direct hiring po ito sa POEA, for more info punta po kayo sa POEA Ortigas for more info or call them regarding requirements. Start of Application October 8, 2007

Source: Sunday Bulletin, October 7, 2007

#24 ஜ Agnodice ஜ

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Posted 15 October 2007 - 12:04 AM

EVERLAST INTERNATIONAL PLACEMENTS, INC

principal: Mharooh Diabetic Center -Bahrain

5 RADIOLOGISTS
5 CARDIOLOGISTS
5 OPHTHALMOLOGISTS


apply personally: resume, 2x2 pics, passport, PRC, diploma/TOR, COE, etc.

address: R-Rizal Tower 4474 Singlan St., Makati Avenue, Makati City (back of Barrio Fiesta)
tel. no.: 899-3911 / 899-3923

#25 ஜ Agnodice ஜ

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Posted 26 October 2007 - 12:21 PM

LANDBASE HUMAN RESOURCES COMPANY
POEA License No. : POEA-391-LB-012704-R
Address : Units GM106/209 Taft Office Center 1986 Taft Avenue Pasay City
Tel. No. : 00632-8310795/8338839/8338741

INTERNIST RHEUMATOLOGIST
Work Site: MANAMA, Bahrain

Prospective Principal/Project BAHRAIN SPECIALIST HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

ONCOLOGIST HEMATOLOGY
Work Site: MANAMA, Bahrain

Prospective Principal/Project BAHRAIN SPECIALIST HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

ENDOCRINOLOGIST
Work Site: MANAMA, Bahrain

Prospective Principal/Project BAHRAIN SPECIALIST HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : Male
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

GASTROENTEROLOGIST
Work Site: MANAMA, Bahrain

Prospective Principal/Project BAHRAIN SPECIALIST HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'

PEDIATRICIANS
Work Site: MANAMA, Bahrain

Prospective Principal/Project BAHRAIN SPECIALIST HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)


PULMONOLOGIST/ICU
Work Site: MANAMA, Bahrain

Prospective Principal/Project BAHRAIN SPECIALIST HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

RADIOLOGIST
Work Site: MANAMA, Bahrain

Prospective Principal/Project BAHRAIN SPECIALIST HOSPITAL
Qualifications Gender : M/F
Age : any
Education : At least Prof'l License(Passed Board/Bar/Prof'l License Exam)
Yrs. of Experience : 5 yr(s)

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Posted 26 October 2007 - 07:50 PM

Parang walang arabong doctor sa Middle east ah, bakit kaya ang dami nilang kailangan na doctor duon? :D

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Posted 28 October 2007 - 05:41 AM

Parang walang arabong doctor sa Middle east ah, bakit kaya ang dami nilang kailangan na doctor duon? :D


mayaman na kasi sila at less stress ang gusto nilang trabaho, mga tamad ng mag aral. tulad din sa states tol. :)

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Posted 29 October 2007 - 09:43 AM

Parang walang arabong doctor sa Middle east ah, bakit kaya ang dami nilang kailangan na doctor duon? :D


mayaman na kasi sila at less stress ang gusto nilang trabaho, mga tamad ng mag aral. tulad din sa states tol. :)

Arabs- the arabic countries with many doctors are the ones that have no oil (Syria, Lebanon,Jordan, Egypt). It's true that when you are talking about Saudi Arabia, they are very complacent with medical or any scientific education. I've met a few Saudi in training (Canada) but when these Saudi doctors go home, they usually become chiefs in their hospitals. So the few that become doctors have it made. King Abdullah is trying to build a science and technology school (like MIT) since they are now admitting they are lagging behind in the sciences (even with all their oil money) but it's doubtful if they can attract a lot of the top scientists (they are trying to get western ones but a lot of them have good tenures in famous universities).
USA- It's true that many teens have less desire for studying but a lot of the problems are lack of good opportunities. The quality of jobs available is worsening. They outsourced most of their manufacturing base even many of their IT jobs. So what is left are service or retail jobs many of which (except for healthcare) don't pay well. However, the problem with their doctors is not the number but the distribution. Very few wants to work in rural areas or inner cities. But because being a doctor is still one of the few career with good compensation (even with the coming of Hillarycare), it's still very difficult to get admitted to med school as they don't have enough (it cost a lot to open a med school and hospital).

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Posted 03 November 2007 - 08:30 PM

STAFFMASTERS INC., itm mining limited
Angola, West Africa

GENERAL PRACTITIONER
(renumeration package of upto US 4ooo/month)


Male, not more than 45 years old, a medical practitioner with minimun 5 years experience in occupational health and safety. Must specialize in Tropical and African Medicine. Those with experience from local and foreign employers are preferred. Must have a valid professional driver's license.

Difficult work conditions are to be expected. Candidates must expect long hours of work. SIngle status renewable contracts are offered. Salary in US dollars, which include a 13th month pay,a dn leave rotations will be discussed at interview. Those with experience with foreign employers preferred.

Applicants should apply in person and submit their curriculum vitae complete with a current photograph at the ffg:

Staffmasters, Inc
3rd Floor Light Tower Center
1732 Dian Street
Makati City





AFR RESOURCES & MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT CORP.


DERMATOLOGIST
BAQA'A AHLI CLINIC, KSA

specialty certificate with at least 3 yrs, postgrad. experience. Salary range: Php 100,000 - 120,000 tax free + free accomodation + free airfare + other benefits



GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGIT (F)
NEONATOLOGIST (M/F)
INTERNIST/CARDIOLOGIST (F)
ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON (M/F)
GENERAL NTERNIST (M/F)

AMERICAN MISSION HOSPITAL, MANAMA BAHRAIN

must be certified/diplomate in their field
salary range: US 3,000 - 3,300

requirements; (2 sets)
resume with job descrition
employment certificates
passport, NBI, 2x2 ID pictures
diploma and TOR
PRC id , ratings, certificates
training certificates

qualified candidates with complete requirements will be given top priority

please apply in person:
AFR Resources and Manpower Development Corp.
2230 Singalong St., Malate, Manila
338-5754 / 338-5755 / 400-8309
www.aframpower.com

#30 irishbluemargarita

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Posted 04 December 2007 - 05:49 AM

meron ba sa inyo nagwork as a doctor in saudi? share experiences naman

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Posted 09 December 2007 - 06:53 AM

meron ba sa inyo nagwork as a doctor in saudi? share experiences naman



Hi! Assalam alaykum!!! I am just new here. Well, nagkaroon ako ng opportunity to work in saudi for 4 years, 2 years sa riyadh at 2 years sa jeddah. Kababalik ko lang dito sa pinas. Just to be clear, even though doctor ako dun, hindi ako nagtrabaho sa isang hospital or clinic, kundi sa isang insurance company, although madalas akong umikot ako sa mga hospitals dun at marami na rin akong kaibigan dun na medical personnel.

If you want to practice there, kelangan eh lisensyado ka run. Kelangan mong kumuha ng exam sa saudi medical council ek ek (pasensya na at di ko maalala ang eksaktong pangalan ng council). Dapat sagot yan ng employer mo, yung application & etc. Importante din na dapat marunong kang mag-Arabic, especially kung haharap ka sa mga pasyente. Kundi eh mahihirapan ka, i'm sure. Sabihin na lang natin na about 90% ng mga pasyente dun eh di marunong mag-English. And I will be frank on this, hindi madaling matutunan at maintindihan ang salita nila.

Side comments lang. Una, napakahirap pakisamahan ang ibang mga lahi dun, although hindi ko naman sinasabi na lahat sila eh masasama. Sa totoo lang, sila na ata ang pinakamakulit at pinakamatigas ang ulo. Mga pasaway talaga. Pero, meron din namang iba na mababait sa pinoy. Alam kasi nila na ang mga pinoy doctors eh dekalidad talaga, matatalino at maabilidad. Kaya, dapat lagi mong tingnan ang likod mo at bantayan ang mga kasamahan mo. Second, dapat maintindihan mo rin ang kultura nila. Be observant! Especially ang religion practices. Huwag padalos-dalos, dahil iba nga kultura nila. Alamin mo ang bawal at ang di bawal. Advise lang, pagtitingin ka ng pasyente (either male or female), dapat may kasama kang babaeng nurse or assistant, always!!! Third, heto na ata ang pinakaimportante sa lahat. Dapat, matibay ang loob mo. Mararanasan at ma-eencounter mo ang lahat ng problema dun. Malayo ka na nga sa pamilya mo sa pinas tapos ganun pa ang environment mo. Dadating ang punto na manghihina ang loob mo. So, You will really need to be strong in order to survive.

Usually, sa atin eh basta maganda lang ang offer na sahod eh ok na. Pero, ang sa akin lang eh, do not expect that much. Wag kayong papayag na bababa sa US$ 1,000 or SR 4,000 ang sahod nyo, plus benefits (accomodatation, food, transpo... depende sa company).

Well, I hope na-enlighten ka sa mga comments ko. Even though I stayed there for 4 years, I have decided na di nako babalik dun. Feeling ko kasi, di matanggap ng mga tao dun na ang mga pinoy doctors (at ibang pinoy medical personnel) eh at par and generally even better kesa sa mga ibang lahing doktor. And I can attest to that. Kaya lang ang sad reality dun, we belong to a different race.

Opinions ko lang ito ha base sa mga personal experiences ko dun. And I am not in a position to discourage anybody to apply and work there. Anybody could still try to there and maybe even have a better career.

Pahabol lang. Napapansin ko lang lately eh paunti ng paunti ang nag-aapply sa saudi, hindi lang sa mga doctors kundi sa mga nurses din at allied health. For sure, mas maraming kuwento ang mga yun (kulang ang 1 year sa combined maalaala mo kaya at magpakailanman)... hehehehe.

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Posted 17 February 2008 - 06:00 AM

meron ba sa inyo nagwork as a doctor in saudi? share experiences naman



Hi! Assalam alaykum!!! I am just new here. Well, nagkaroon ako ng opportunity to work in saudi for 4 years, 2 years sa riyadh at 2 years sa jeddah. Kababalik ko lang dito sa pinas. Just to be clear, even though doctor ako dun, hindi ako nagtrabaho sa isang hospital or clinic, kundi sa isang insurance company, although madalas akong umikot ako sa mga hospitals dun at marami na rin akong kaibigan dun na medical personnel.

If you want to practice there, kelangan eh lisensyado ka run. Kelangan mong kumuha ng exam sa saudi medical council ek ek (pasensya na at di ko maalala ang eksaktong pangalan ng council). Dapat sagot yan ng employer mo, yung application & etc. Importante din na dapat marunong kang mag-Arabic, especially kung haharap ka sa mga pasyente. Kundi eh mahihirapan ka, i'm sure. Sabihin na lang natin na about 90% ng mga pasyente dun eh di marunong mag-English. And I will be frank on this, hindi madaling matutunan at maintindihan ang salita nila.

Side comments lang. Una, napakahirap pakisamahan ang ibang mga lahi dun, although hindi ko naman sinasabi na lahat sila eh masasama. Sa totoo lang, sila na ata ang pinakamakulit at pinakamatigas ang ulo. Mga pasaway talaga. Pero, meron din namang iba na mababait sa pinoy. Alam kasi nila na ang mga pinoy doctors eh dekalidad talaga, matatalino at maabilidad. Kaya, dapat lagi mong tingnan ang likod mo at bantayan ang mga kasamahan mo. Second, dapat maintindihan mo rin ang kultura nila. Be observant! Especially ang religion practices. Huwag padalos-dalos, dahil iba nga kultura nila. Alamin mo ang bawal at ang di bawal. Advise lang, pagtitingin ka ng pasyente (either male or female), dapat may kasama kang babaeng nurse or assistant, always!!! Third, heto na ata ang pinakaimportante sa lahat. Dapat, matibay ang loob mo. Mararanasan at ma-eencounter mo ang lahat ng problema dun. Malayo ka na nga sa pamilya mo sa pinas tapos ganun pa ang environment mo. Dadating ang punto na manghihina ang loob mo. So, You will really need to be strong in order to survive.

Usually, sa atin eh basta maganda lang ang offer na sahod eh ok na. Pero, ang sa akin lang eh, do not expect that much. Wag kayong papayag na bababa sa US$ 1,000 or SR 4,000 ang sahod nyo, plus benefits (accomodatation, food, transpo... depende sa company).

Well, I hope na-enlighten ka sa mga comments ko. Even though I stayed there for 4 years, I have decided na di nako babalik dun. Feeling ko kasi, di matanggap ng mga tao dun na ang mga pinoy doctors (at ibang pinoy medical personnel) eh at par and generally even better kesa sa mga ibang lahing doktor. And I can attest to that. Kaya lang ang sad reality dun, we belong to a different race.

Opinions ko lang ito ha base sa mga personal experiences ko dun. And I am not in a position to discourage anybody to apply and work there. Anybody could still try to there and maybe even have a better career.

Pahabol lang. Napapansin ko lang lately eh paunti ng paunti ang nag-aapply sa saudi, hindi lang sa mga doctors kundi sa mga nurses din at allied health. For sure, mas maraming kuwento ang mga yun (kulang ang 1 year sa combined maalaala mo kaya at magpakailanman)... hehehehe.



yea, this is true... mejo mahirap tlga pasukin un pagiging doctor dito sa middle east... prefer kasi nila mga ng aral sa west... although may naikwekwento sila na na may ngprapractice, sobrang madalang lang talaga yun... im here in dubai now, im working in a insurance company...may iba rin ako kasama Filipino doctors dito... mostly insurance company din mga ibang docs dito... good pay nman khit papano kasi di nman pagod compare sa hospitals, 8 hr work lng and 2 days off... pero kung iisipin mo pa rin, di enough un pay for a doctor...pero ganun tlga, kelangan maghanap buhay...:)

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hi, i'm new to the site, have been going through the threads........i presently work here in AMH, and yes, as far as i know, we still need anaesth (1) (yung medyo matapang and loob daw hehehehehehe........per request ng asawa ko) and radio (1) (wala pa kami ct scan pero they are getting daw.............they have a new 3d or 4d UTZ new also). the only bad trip is you have to go through the agency, but there are some of us na went around that, the girl at poea helped. If you are interested, here is the email add of the HR assistant, benjie (pinoy also). kasi there will be a change in the HR head so I dont know if the agency will change as well. the others, no need pa naman as of now (as far as I know)

the mini-ICU is not yet functional but once it is, i think they will be needing internists as well.

GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGIT (F)
NEONATOLOGIST (M/F)
INTERNIST/CARDIOLOGIST (F)
ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON (M/F)
GENERAL NTERNIST (M/F)

AMERICAN MISSION HOSPITAL, MANAMA BAHRAIN

must be certified/diplomate in their field
salary range: US 3,000 - 3,300

requirements; (2 sets)
resume with job descrition
employment certificates
passport, NBI, 2x2 ID pictures
diploma and TOR
PRC id , ratings, certificates
training certificates

qualified candidates with complete requirements will be given top priority

please apply in person:
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Posted 19 April 2008 - 06:30 AM

hi again............sorry, i think i forgot to include the email address of the HR assistant for American Mission Hospital (Bahrain); HR@amh.org.bh (Benjie)

I just heard today that 1 radiologist, 1 OB/gyne, and 1 GP have resigned (effective june). There are quite a few of us filipino docs in the hospital now, 2 in Surgery, 2 IM (I am one of the IM), 5 GP, 8 Pedia, 4 OB, 1 ortho, 1 ENT. If anyone is interested to try it out, our contracts are 1 year renewable. let me know. thanks

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Posted 19 April 2008 - 07:24 AM

AOLS, thank you for posting and sharing this info ...and welcome to our pinoyMD family!!

best of luck to our fellow Filipino Doctors!

mabruk habibi!!!!
inshala..

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Posted 21 April 2008 - 06:06 AM

hi again............sorry, i think i forgot to include the email address of the HR assistant for American Mission Hospital (Bahrain); HR@amh.org.bh (Benjie)

I just heard today that 1 radiologist, 1 OB/gyne, and 1 GP have resigned (effective june). There are quite a few of us filipino docs in the hospital now, 2 in Surgery, 2 IM (I am one of the IM), 5 GP, 8 Pedia, 4 OB, 1 ortho, 1 ENT. If anyone is interested to try it out, our contracts are 1 year renewable. let me know. thanks



Hello. Do they give family status to specialists ( like pediatricians, OB, etc.)? What is the nature of your work- if you are a pedia, will you work as a pedia or GP? Because many employers from middle east we have encountered with my wife don't even know what are diplomates. There was even an instance when the the interviewer asked, " Medicine in your country is just 4 years?" I told him No. Maybe they are just trying to bargain and try to give you a lower salary offer. They sometimes refer diplomates as somebody who has a diploma in something and lower than a Ph.D. Tnx.

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P.S. How many bed cap is your hosp? tnx.

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Posted 21 April 2008 - 11:31 PM

hi again............sorry, i think i forgot to include the email address of the HR assistant for American Mission Hospital (Bahrain); HR@amh.org.bh (Benjie)

I just heard today that 1 radiologist, 1 OB/gyne, and 1 GP have resigned (effective june). There are quite a few of us filipino docs in the hospital now, 2 in Surgery, 2 IM (I am one of the IM), 5 GP, 8 Pedia, 4 OB, 1 ortho, 1 ENT. If anyone is interested to try it out, our contracts are 1 year renewable. let me know. thanks



Hello. Do they give family status to specialists ( like pediatricians, OB, etc.)? What is the nature of your work- if you are a pedia, will you work as a pedia or GP? Because many employers from middle east we have encountered with my wife don't even know what are diplomates. There was even an instance when the the interviewer asked, " Medicine in your country is just 4 years?" I told him No. Maybe they are just trying to bargain and try to give you a lower salary offer. They sometimes refer diplomates as somebody who has a diploma in something and lower than a Ph.D. Tnx.


HI. yes, we are family status here, they actually prefer hiring husband and wife teams (seems they last longer than those that are single.......hehehehehe). Work is specialist work if you are hired as a specialist (eg, gen IM, gen surgery, ENT, etc...), however in the case of some of our pedia - we have a pedia GI, pedia pulmo, pedia neuro and a neonat (they work as gen peds majority of the time and have 1 specialty clinic day/week or if there are toxic patients, they get a referral to their subspec), in IM naman, we have 1 cardio and majority of her work is cardio but she still sees gen med na din. the chief of med staff is american, so he knows our system so no questions there. the hospital is small (looks big in the website), 40 bed capacity, it is classified as up to a secondary hospital (especially once the high acuity care unit is functional (ICU kuno)). When there were no filipinos yet (according to the nurses), they did not have much in-patients except for the occassional URTI and AGE. But once the pinoys started arriving, it became busier, the census shot up dramatically and the wards became busier. Alam mo naman mga pinoy docs, pag kaya, gagawin hanggang di na kaya, then saka na ililipat sa tertiary center :eyebrows:

its relatively quiet but at times toxic din. timings here are a little different from back home (people here seem to be alive at nights only), there is the usual tsismis and politics here as well. you'd have to get used to working with doctors from other countries (esp india - scary race!!!) and accept the fact that the pinoy interns are much better..........but if you want to work and make ipon it is alright here. Bahrain is an open country kaya lang island. laid-back lifestyle, very good for raising kids - they love kids here (which is one of the reasons we are still here). hospital will pay for housing (flat lang) usually included na in the rent ang utilities, if you have kids, free education at the british school in bahrain (or the pinoy school if you want), gastos mo nalang is food, misc and gas. speaking of gas, 1L=P10...........cheaper nga than water. kaya lang not much places to go to here (sabi nga ng HR namin na brit: if you drive anywhere in bahrain in a straight line for 20 minutes, you will fall off the island).

there is serious talk about putting up a bigger hospital near the saudi causeway.........kaya lang may take a few years (wala pa sila pera daw)...........when it comes to the meds/gamit here, not so complete, we make do with what we have but it is not that bad..........nakakamiss lang nga some of the other meds at home na not available in bahrain.

people here are not sanay with pinoy docs, they are used to indians and egyptians (that is another story), but if we believe what is circulating in the expat community about the pinoy docs we have pretty good reputations (ina span of less than 3 years), which is why the other hospitals are trying to hire pinoys din. They told us that they want to upgrade the services of this 100+y/o hospital, but it is slow going.............which is a frustration for us.................but, like we learned, in the arab world, they take their time (favorite saying: inshallah!!) and there is also red tape.................so similar na din to pinas. so if you want a not so toxic life, family time, make ipon and deadma nalang to the other "crazy" docs.............then it should be alright.

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Posted 22 April 2008 - 06:00 AM

@aols

Tnx for that info. Actually I have passed by Bahrain on my way to Al-Khobar via causeway. Its a nice city. Yeah its true that in most countries in the middle east go out at night esp 4pm onwards because of the Salaah sked. My wife and me plan to go to open country and Bahrain is one of our consideration. She will be hospital- based and I will be company-based. Maybe our difference is as a company MD, we are given a free car, free gas and its maintainance compare to most hosp-based MD. A full tank for a gasoline car is just around SR 23 = Php 230 (diesel- engine around SR15). And i also believe that the cost of living in Saudi is lower compare to most Gulf countries like UAE (Dubai), Oman, Qatar or Bahrain.

What puzzles me is the salary offer to a specialist MD in many dispensaries in Saudi is low. On the other hand, if you will work in a JCI- affiliated hosp like Saad Hospital (probably the no. 1 hosp in Saudi), 3rd world countries specialist doctors like Filipino and Indian doctors will just be assistant MD to their caucasian counterparts or white arabs like Lebanese, Syrian or Egyptians. Lagi tayo kawawa, 2nd class lang tayo kumpara sa kanila. Not to mention that Pinoy doctors are more competent than them in my personal view.

If you have opening for gen. pedia there, kindly let me know coz i would like to apply for my wife. Or pag mauuna ako makapunta dyan, I believe madali lang mag apply becoz there is a constant need for doctors in the gulf areas and elsewhere.

Thanks for sharing your stories. :)

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Posted 23 April 2008 - 11:26 PM

will do, but it would be faster if you send your wife's CV to benjie (asst HR), coz, when they need docs, they usually look at the ones who have a cv with them............anyway, if i hear anything will give you a head's up

@aols

Tnx for that info. Actually I have passed by Bahrain on my way to Al-Khobar via causeway. Its a nice city. Yeah its true that in most countries in the middle east go out at night esp 4pm onwards because of the Salaah sked. My wife and me plan to go to open country and Bahrain is one of our consideration. She will be hospital- based and I will be company-based. Maybe our difference is as a company MD, we are given a free car, free gas and its maintainance compare to most hosp-based MD. A full tank for a gasoline car is just around SR 23 = Php 230 (diesel- engine around SR15). And i also believe that the cost of living in Saudi is lower compare to most Gulf countries like UAE (Dubai), Oman, Qatar or Bahrain.

What puzzles me is the salary offer to a specialist MD in many dispensaries in Saudi is low. On the other hand, if you will work in a JCI- affiliated hosp like Saad Hospital (probably the no. 1 hosp in Saudi), 3rd world countries specialist doctors like Filipino and Indian doctors will just be assistant MD to their caucasian counterparts or white arabs like Lebanese, Syrian or Egyptians. Lagi tayo kawawa, 2nd class lang tayo kumpara sa kanila. Not to mention that Pinoy doctors are more competent than them in my personal view.

If you have opening for gen. pedia there, kindly let me know coz i would like to apply for my wife. Or pag mauuna ako makapunta dyan, I believe madali lang mag apply becoz there is a constant need for doctors in the gulf areas and elsewhere.

Thanks for sharing your stories. :)



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HI. yes, we are family status here, they actually prefer hiring husband and wife teams (seems they last longer than those that are single.......hehehehehe). Work is specialist work if you are hired as a specialist (eg, gen IM, gen surgery, ENT, etc...), however in the case of some of our pedia - we have a pedia GI, pedia pulmo, pedia neuro and a neonat (they work as gen peds majority of the time and have 1 specialty clinic day/week or if there are toxic patients, they get a referral to their subspec), in IM naman, we have 1 cardio and majority of her work is cardio but she still sees gen med na din. the chief of med staff is american, so he knows our system so no questions there. the hospital is small (looks big in the website), 40 bed capacity, it is classified as up to a secondary hospital (especially once the high acuity care unit is functional (ICU kuno)). When there were no filipinos yet (according to the nurses), they did not have much in-patients except for the occassional URTI and AGE. But once the pinoys started arriving, it became busier, the census shot up dramatically and the wards became busier. Alam mo naman mga pinoy docs, pag kaya, gagawin hanggang di na kaya, then saka na ililipat sa tertiary center :eyebrows:

its relatively quiet but at times toxic din. timings here are a little different from back home (people here seem to be alive at nights only), there is the usual tsismis and politics here as well. you'd have to get used to working with doctors from other countries (esp india - scary race!!!) and accept the fact that the pinoy interns are much better..........but if you want to work and make ipon it is alright here. Bahrain is an open country kaya lang island. laid-back lifestyle, very good for raising kids - they love kids here (which is one of the reasons we are still here). hospital will pay for housing (flat lang) usually included na in the rent ang utilities, if you have kids, free education at the british school in bahrain (or the pinoy school if you want), gastos mo nalang is food, misc and gas. speaking of gas, 1L=P10...........cheaper nga than water. kaya lang not much places to go to here (sabi nga ng HR namin na brit: if you drive anywhere in bahrain in a straight line for 20 minutes, you will fall off the island).

there is serious talk about putting up a bigger hospital near the saudi causeway.........kaya lang may take a few years (wala pa sila pera daw)...........when it comes to the meds/gamit here, not so complete, we make do with what we have but it is not that bad..........nakakamiss lang nga some of the other meds at home na not available in bahrain.

people here are not sanay with pinoy docs, they are used to indians and egyptians (that is another story), but if we believe what is circulating in the expat community about the pinoy docs we have pretty good reputations (ina span of less than 3 years), which is why the other hospitals are trying to hire pinoys din. They told us that they want to upgrade the services of this 100+y/o hospital, but it is slow going.............which is a frustration for us.................but, like we learned, in the arab world, they take their time (favorite saying: inshallah!!) and there is also red tape.................so similar na din to pinas. so if you want a not so toxic life, family time, make ipon and deadma nalang to the other "crazy" docs.............then it should be alright.

Papaano po naging crazy docs? just curious lang... :unsure:

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Posted 25 April 2008 - 06:38 AM

HI. yes, we are family status here, they actually prefer hiring husband and wife teams (seems they last longer than those that are single.......hehehehehe). Work is specialist work if you are hired as a specialist (eg, gen IM, gen surgery, ENT, etc...), however in the case of some of our pedia - we have a pedia GI, pedia pulmo, pedia neuro and a neonat (they work as gen peds majority of the time and have 1 specialty clinic day/week or if there are toxic patients, they get a referral to their subspec), in IM naman, we have 1 cardio and majority of her work is cardio but she still sees gen med na din. the chief of med staff is american, so he knows our system so no questions there. the hospital is small (looks big in the website), 40 bed capacity, it is classified as up to a secondary hospital (especially once the high acuity care unit is functional (ICU kuno)). When there were no filipinos yet (according to the nurses), they did not have much in-patients except for the occassional URTI and AGE. But once the pinoys started arriving, it became busier, the census shot up dramatically and the wards became busier. Alam mo naman mga pinoy docs, pag kaya, gagawin hanggang di na kaya, then saka na ililipat sa tertiary center :eyebrows:

its relatively quiet but at times toxic din. timings here are a little different from back home (people here seem to be alive at nights only), there is the usual tsismis and politics here as well. you'd have to get used to working with doctors from other countries (esp india - scary race!!!) and accept the fact that the pinoy interns are much better..........but if you want to work and make ipon it is alright here. Bahrain is an open country kaya lang island. laid-back lifestyle, very good for raising kids - they love kids here (which is one of the reasons we are still here). hospital will pay for housing (flat lang) usually included na in the rent ang utilities, if you have kids, free education at the british school in bahrain (or the pinoy school if you want), gastos mo nalang is food, misc and gas. speaking of gas, 1L=P10...........cheaper nga than water. kaya lang not much places to go to here (sabi nga ng HR namin na brit: if you drive anywhere in bahrain in a straight line for 20 minutes, you will fall off the island).

there is serious talk about putting up a bigger hospital near the saudi causeway.........kaya lang may take a few years (wala pa sila pera daw)...........when it comes to the meds/gamit here, not so complete, we make do with what we have but it is not that bad..........nakakamiss lang nga some of the other meds at home na not available in bahrain.

people here are not sanay with pinoy docs, they are used to indians and egyptians (that is another story), but if we believe what is circulating in the expat community about the pinoy docs we have pretty good reputations (ina span of less than 3 years), which is why the other hospitals are trying to hire pinoys din. They told us that they want to upgrade the services of this 100+y/o hospital, but it is slow going.............which is a frustration for us.................but, like we learned, in the arab world, they take their time (favorite saying: inshallah!!) and there is also red tape.................so similar na din to pinas. so if you want a not so toxic life, family time, make ipon and deadma nalang to the other "crazy" docs.............then it should be alright.

Papaano po naging crazy docs? just curious lang... :unsure:

Hello Aol,

I'm a GP and I'm interested for position to be vacated by june. Tanong ko lang how much is the working salary ng GP sa hospital nyo?
actually, I'm still in a negotiation phase of my contract as an ortho resident sa IHB ng Bahrain. I already met their Egyptian associate medical director .They are offering 550 dinars excluding another hundred for the housing , transpo and etc.Ok na ba yun?And my wife is a nurse and I'm hoping that I may be able to relocate my family there.BTW, you've answered a lot of my queries in your posts earlier in the thread.

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HI. yes, we are family status here, they actually prefer hiring husband and wife teams (seems they last longer than those that are single.......hehehehehe). Work is specialist work if you are hired as a specialist (eg, gen IM, gen surgery, ENT, etc...), however in the case of some of our pedia - we have a pedia GI, pedia pulmo, pedia neuro and a neonat (they work as gen peds majority of the time and have 1 specialty clinic day/week or if there are toxic patients, they get a referral to their subspec), in IM naman, we have 1 cardio and majority of her work is cardio but she still sees gen med na din. the chief of med staff is american, so he knows our system so no questions there. the hospital is small (looks big in the website), 40 bed capacity, it is classified as up to a secondary hospital (especially once the high acuity care unit is functional (ICU kuno)). When there were no filipinos yet (according to the nurses), they did not have much in-patients except for the occassional URTI and AGE. But once the pinoys started arriving, it became busier, the census shot up dramatically and the wards became busier. Alam mo naman mga pinoy docs, pag kaya, gagawin hanggang di na kaya, then saka na ililipat sa tertiary center :eyebrows:

its relatively quiet but at times toxic din. timings here are a little different from back home (people here seem to be alive at nights only), there is the usual tsismis and politics here as well. you'd have to get used to working with doctors from other countries (esp india - scary race!!!) and accept the fact that the pinoy interns are much better..........but if you want to work and make ipon it is alright here. Bahrain is an open country kaya lang island. laid-back lifestyle, very good for raising kids - they love kids here (which is one of the reasons we are still here). hospital will pay for housing (flat lang) usually included na in the rent ang utilities, if you have kids, free education at the british school in bahrain (or the pinoy school if you want), gastos mo nalang is food, misc and gas. speaking of gas, 1L=P10...........cheaper nga than water. kaya lang not much places to go to here (sabi nga ng HR namin na brit: if you drive anywhere in bahrain in a straight line for 20 minutes, you will fall off the island).

there is serious talk about putting up a bigger hospital near the saudi causeway.........kaya lang may take a few years (wala pa sila pera daw)...........when it comes to the meds/gamit here, not so complete, we make do with what we have but it is not that bad..........nakakamiss lang nga some of the other meds at home na not available in bahrain.

people here are not sanay with pinoy docs, they are used to indians and egyptians (that is another story), but if we believe what is circulating in the expat community about the pinoy docs we have pretty good reputations (ina span of less than 3 years), which is why the other hospitals are trying to hire pinoys din. They told us that they want to upgrade the services of this 100+y/o hospital, but it is slow going.............which is a frustration for us.................but, like we learned, in the arab world, they take their time (favorite saying: inshallah!!) and there is also red tape.................so similar na din to pinas. so if you want a not so toxic life, family time, make ipon and deadma nalang to the other "crazy" docs.............then it should be alright.

Papaano po naging crazy docs? just curious lang... :unsure:

Hello Aol,

I'm a GP and I'm interested for position to be vacated by june. Tanong ko lang how much is the working salary ng GP sa hospital nyo?
actually, I'm still in a negotiation phase of my contract as an ortho resident sa IHB ng Bahrain. I already met their Egyptian associate medical director .They are offering 550 dinars excluding another hundred for the housing , transpo and etc.Ok na ba yun?And my wife is a nurse and I'm hoping that I may be able to relocate my family there.BTW, you've answered a lot of my queries in your posts earlier in the thread.


would you believe, I don't know..........kasi here, iba iba sweldo namin, depende sa years of experience................send mo nalang cv mo to benjie and ask him when they will be hiring for the GP position, mention mo nalang din na your wife is a nurse (could be a plus).........................about IHB, lets put it this way, the going rate for a 2 bedroom flat in that area is about BD 300-400/month (that is usually fully furnished and all inclusive - of water, electricity, internet and cable) ) tumaaas na lahat din here, there are new flats kasi near the hospital na there, so transpo could be walking nalang, if not, then the transpo would depend on where you will live, if in manama area (parang makati to san juan minus the traffic) the driver will charge siguro BD 1.5 one way...............so, lalabas na kulang na yung BD 100/month nila sa rent palang, try to negotiate na covered nila the housing man lang or taasan the coverage for the housing kasi, you will be able to find a BD 250/month pero not walking distance to the hospital, which means you will shell out BD150/month from your sweldo so take home mo will be BD400 nalang................food naman here tumaas na din pero still not too bad................especially if isa ka muna......................think about it

by the way, just saw an advert for the BDF (Bahrain Royal Defense Force hospital), this is good!! big hospital under the ministry of defense here (separate daw from the ministry of health nila hehehehehehe), kaya lang we were surprised kasi walang pinoy doctors pa there, eh they are hiring daw from the pinas thru an agency......................we are still verifying if its true or not (mahirap na kasi maloko ng agency, magastos), your wife, I'm not sure if bahrain specialist hospital (tertiary hospital ala makati med and st luke;s)is still hiring nurses, prefer kasi ng owner are pinoy nurses, she can try to apply there or at the 2 government hospitals: Salmaniya Medical center and the BDF....................taas sweldo there.................hope this helps

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Posted 25 April 2008 - 10:42 AM

HI. yes, we are family status here, they actually prefer hiring husband and wife teams (seems they last longer than those that are single.......hehehehehe). Work is specialist work if you are hired as a specialist (eg, gen IM, gen surgery, ENT, etc...), however in the case of some of our pedia - we have a pedia GI, pedia pulmo, pedia neuro and a neonat (they work as gen peds majority of the time and have 1 specialty clinic day/week or if there are toxic patients, they get a referral to their subspec), in IM naman, we have 1 cardio and majority of her work is cardio but she still sees gen med na din. the chief of med staff is american, so he knows our system so no questions there. the hospital is small (looks big in the website), 40 bed capacity, it is classified as up to a secondary hospital (especially once the high acuity care unit is functional (ICU kuno)). When there were no filipinos yet (according to the nurses), they did not have much in-patients except for the occassional URTI and AGE. But once the pinoys started arriving, it became busier, the census shot up dramatically and the wards became busier. Alam mo naman mga pinoy docs, pag kaya, gagawin hanggang di na kaya, then saka na ililipat sa tertiary center :eyebrows:

its relatively quiet but at times toxic din. timings here are a little different from back home (people here seem to be alive at nights only), there is the usual tsismis and politics here as well. you'd have to get used to working with doctors from other countries (esp india - scary race!!!) and accept the fact that the pinoy interns are much better..........but if you want to work and make ipon it is alright here. Bahrain is an open country kaya lang island. laid-back lifestyle, very good for raising kids - they love kids here (which is one of the reasons we are still here). hospital will pay for housing (flat lang) usually included na in the rent ang utilities, if you have kids, free education at the british school in bahrain (or the pinoy school if you want), gastos mo nalang is food, misc and gas. speaking of gas, 1L=P10...........cheaper nga than water. kaya lang not much places to go to here (sabi nga ng HR namin na brit: if you drive anywhere in bahrain in a straight line for 20 minutes, you will fall off the island).

there is serious talk about putting up a bigger hospital near the saudi causeway.........kaya lang may take a few years (wala pa sila pera daw)...........when it comes to the meds/gamit here, not so complete, we make do with what we have but it is not that bad..........nakakamiss lang nga some of the other meds at home na not available in bahrain.

people here are not sanay with pinoy docs, they are used to indians and egyptians (that is another story), but if we believe what is circulating in the expat community about the pinoy docs we have pretty good reputations (ina span of less than 3 years), which is why the other hospitals are trying to hire pinoys din. They told us that they want to upgrade the services of this 100+y/o hospital, but it is slow going.............which is a frustration for us.................but, like we learned, in the arab world, they take their time (favorite saying: inshallah!!) and there is also red tape.................so similar na din to pinas. so if you want a not so toxic life, family time, make ipon and deadma nalang to the other "crazy" docs.............then it should be alright.

Papaano po naging crazy docs? just curious lang... :unsure:


hehehehehe.......................lagot.................not crazy in the psych sense............crazy na weird lang siguro..............like it was mentioned by the other docs in the earlier threads...........mahirap lang talaga pakisamahan...............tayong pinoy kasi we adjust to everyone........sila kasi, they dont.................more often they are sobrang plastik (not all but most), sobrang nice in front of you but behind you pala, patay na!), they automatically feel threatened by the pinoy docs (sorry nalang sila at magaling ang pinoy docs) and theythink you are trying to take away everything from them, another, iba sila mag manage............don't know what they are taught, pero sobrang different talaga from us: ex. neurofibromatosis - ineexcise lahat without explaining to the patient na it will come back and you usually dont excise all of them, or they will operate on patients without clearance (for those above 40), tapos just to find out later na htn, dm na irerefer post op kasi uncontrolled, or they will do d&c on an abortion case daw na when the patho checks, wala naman product of conception dun sa sample (patho doc is pinoy............hehehehehe, you should hear his kwento), or excision of a possible malignant melanoma na sa patho lalabas na wart lang, breast mass na CA and ang MRM eh lumpectomy with some lymph node dissection lang.................that weird..............so i guess crazy is a nice description..................... :shh:

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Posted 26 April 2008 - 08:21 AM

hi guys, by the way, this just came to me from the lady who placed us here in AMH bahrain:

"BTW, I am in VERY URGENT need of the following personnel - if you happen to know anyone. This is for my Kuwait hospital client.

For specialist radiology doctor:1500(basic Kuwait dinars),MD OR Fellowship Qualified,experience not below 10 years, 3 after the higher qualification

For Consultant radiology doctor(basic 2000 KD)-MD OR Fellowship Qualified,experience not below 10 years, 5 after the higher qualification

For the nurses, all levels we don't mind to be diploma or university qualified
."

the sweldo is pretty good (higher than here), let me know if you know anyone interested, I will give you her email add. that is usually tax free. thanks

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Posted 26 April 2008 - 11:36 PM

Hello Doc AOL,
I'm kind of depressed that I wouldn't be getting the whole amount of 550 dinars as a take home pay. I'm not quite sure yet kung saan ako i house ng hospital. and sabi kasi libre house, transpo and utilities. But when I saw sa contract na nakalagay dun yung utilities and etc totalling a hundred dinars akala ko enough na yun and i can get the 550 tax free so i can send it to my family here. I have a new house made and a car that is on monthly amortization.So madami talaga binabayaran. I was thingking baka di kasya yung 400 dinars na maiwan.
Doc may idea kaba sa salary range nang isang GP sa hospital ninyo? Anyways, i did submitted my resume to your HR but haven't recieved word yet.I did fail to mention to benjie that my wife is a nurse. Do you know po where kami makapag submit ng resume dun sa kuwait? At saka yung sa airforce hospital na na mention po ninyo? And lastly po anong masabi ninyo sa international hospital of bahrain.Hope to hea from you again.

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Posted 27 April 2008 - 03:42 AM

Hello Doc AOL,
I'm kind of depressed that I wouldn't be getting the whole amount of 550 dinars as a take home pay. I'm not quite sure yet kung saan ako i house ng hospital. and sabi kasi libre house, transpo and utilities. But when I saw sa contract na nakalagay dun yung utilities and etc totalling a hundred dinars akala ko enough na yun and i can get the 550 tax free so i can send it to my family here. I have a new house made and a car that is on monthly amortization.So madami talaga binabayaran. I was thingking baka di kasya yung 400 dinars na maiwan.
Doc may idea kaba sa salary range nang isang GP sa hospital ninyo? Anyways, i did submitted my resume to your HR but haven't recieved word yet.I did fail to mention to benjie that my wife is a nurse. Do you know po where kami makapag submit ng resume dun sa kuwait? At saka yung sa airforce hospital na na mention po ninyo? And lastly po anong masabi ninyo sa international hospital of bahrain.Hope to hea from you again.


Hi again,

good you looked at the contract, heard things lang, can't verify, they just told me to tell you to always check the contract (at times daw medyo delayed daw sweldo there - not sure hah, go look at their website, there are a ew pinoys din there), some hospitals kasi, theywill just give you allowance for the housing not the full amount (like i suppose in your case with IHB), so mababawas talaga your basic. In our hospital (not sure talaga me hah) at least above BD800, free housing na yon and if you have kids, sagot din schooling......

regarding the BDF, you'd have to apply thru an agency in pinas, di pa kasi namin ma-verify if the hiring is authentic...................we are trying to see if they will do direct hire from here...........iwas agency fees........................

regarding benjie, half-day kasi the HR pag sunday here, if I see him tomorrow, will ask if he received the cv's...............kasi there will be a change of the HR head this june/july, ang chikka kasi namin is the outgoing HR...........................the one in kuwait is looking for radio, pero sige, email mo nalang, baka she has openings for GP's, give me your email add

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Posted 27 April 2008 - 04:00 AM

@TUVILLA M.D.

I have already send you reply regarding some of your queries. For my assessment, your job salary offer is not a good offer since you still have to pay some part of your housing. Better sana even if the salary offer is low at least the whole benefit package is good.

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Posted 27 April 2008 - 08:40 AM

@TUVILLA M.D.

I have already send you reply regarding some of your queries. For my assessment, your job salary offer is not a good offer since you still have to pay some part of your housing. Better sana even if the salary offer is low at least the whole benefit package is good.


@Langerhans
Thanks for a very good info on company doctors in saudi. So far wala pa nagooffer ng ganoong kalaki dito sa pinas. A filipino doctor(Dr Martinez) is currently here in Pinas recruiting. I tried to haggle the salary offer but didn't budge at all. He personally accepted the fact that the offer of 50 k is low.But he said it was the instructions of his emplyer so he just followed it. But if you may happen to know of any vacancy with a good offer let me know.

@ AOL,
my email ad doc is l_tuvilla@yahoo.com. i hope you can help me as far as Bahrain is concerned. I'm starting to show interest in AMH or the airforce hospital there or even that one in Kuwait as long as family visa lang po.. Hope you will be able to talk with sir Benjie soon.

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Posted 05 May 2008 - 02:09 PM

Hello Doc AOL,
I'm kind of depressed that I wouldn't be getting the whole amount of 550 dinars as a take home pay. I'm not quite sure yet kung saan ako i house ng hospital. and sabi kasi libre house, transpo and utilities. But when I saw sa contract na nakalagay dun yung utilities and etc totalling a hundred dinars akala ko enough na yun and i can get the 550 tax free so i can send it to my family here. I have a new house made and a car that is on monthly amortization.So madami talaga binabayaran. I was thingking baka di kasya yung 400 dinars na maiwan.


according to my reliable sources the going rate for GP's (of all nationalities) in Bahrain is 800BD plus housing etc. The offer of 550BD without housing pa?, is way tooo low, DUMP the offer..c'mon, you can do better than that..

Tip: Bahrain is a nice country with tax-free salary and with free-flowing alcohol (depends on who you know)...the most 'open' country in the Mid-east. (again from a very reliable source) :eyebrows: In short, well-recommended ang country na ito. :approved: