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10 July 2018 09:39 am

HMC to recruit Qatar-based nurses and midwives

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Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) has announced that it is looking to recruit graduate midwives and nurses from all specialties who are currently living in Qatar. 

HMC will hold its first 'Open Day for Graduate Nurses in Doha' on July 19 at Bayt Al Diyafah, Hamad Bin Khalifa Medical City, to enable interested candidates to submit their applications.

To be considered for employment, candidates must have the following: BSc in Nursing with a minimum of two years of appropriate work experience; a valid Qatar ID (QID); valid Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners credentials and must have also passed the prometric examinations; and a no-objection certificate (NOC), or the ability to obtain one.


Only candidates meeting the above criteria will be considered for positions and they should bring along their QID and curriculum vitae on the day, as well as any appropriate certificates and paperwork, HMC said said in a statement Monday.

Three sessions for interested candidates will be held on July 19, from 8am to 9am; 10am to 11am and 12noon to 1pm. These are repeated sessions and it is only necessary to attend one of them; there is no advance registration. 

These sessions will be used to provide information about available roles as well as HMC. During the sessions, interested candidates will have the opportunity to submit their application and CV.

There are currently more than 9,000 nurses and midwives working at HMC in a range of roles, the statement notes. The newly recruited nurses will cover a variety of specialties, supporting the current nursing and midwifery workforce.

“Nurses are at the frontline of delivering safe and compassionate care to our patients and they bring experience and skills that make a positive difference to the diverse population groups we care for. As HMC continues to expand its facilities and services, we welcome qualified and committed people to join our nursing teams,” said Dr Nicola Ryley, HMC’s chief nursing officer.

Source: http://www.gulf-times.com/stor...

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