|Location||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia|
|Date Posted||March 3, 2021|
We have a requirement for a Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist to join one of the largest and most sophisticated medical complexes in the Middle East.
- You will hold UK CCT or equivalent Specialist Qualification or US Board Certification in Paediatric Nephrology;
- You must be on the Consultant Specialist Register;
- You will have 3 years’ working clinical experience as a Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist;
- You will receive a tax-free salary plus benefits package;
Enjoying a strategic location in the heart of Riyadh City – the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, this medical city is considered the largest and most advanced medical complex in the Middle East with a total capacity of 1200 beds.
This facility is staffed with visionary management and highly qualified professionals sharing a common goal in making the medical city a leading tertiary care referral centre throughout the region. At all levels of treatment, Specialists from many disciplines are brought together to help patients.
The organisation skillfully blends zealous people, exemplary care and a commitment to overall quality of life, while offering programs and services through its advocacy and community outreach efforts to improve the quality of life of patients. Extending knowledge and resources into the community is the top priority.
Welcome to one of the wealthiest cities in the world, home to Saudi Arabia's best museum, a World Heritage Site that relates the Kingdom's genesis story, and some of the finest hotels and restaurants in the country.
Once a walled, mud-brick way station along desert trading routes, Riyadh (meaning 'garden') from afar is a picture of soaring modern towers rising up above the surrounding desert. Up close, it can appear cautious and sober and feels more conservative than other Saudi cities like Jeddah. But the winds of change sweeping the nation are also affecting the capital. A long overdue metro system is on its way, as is a public bus service, and the atmosphere is far more liberal than it has ever felt before. Riyadh recently hosted the country's very first music festival, where a female singer performed live for the first time in Saudi history.