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Old August 17th, 2009, 04:42 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
Doctor KSA
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Default Good opportunity for medial professionals in Saudi Arabia

There are many countries that always have many openings for medical
jobs. Thus the number of physicians applying for these foreign medical
jobs is on a rise.
The many reasons that the physicians accept such jobs are that they
are looking for opportunities to practice their medical skills in a
culture that is not theirs. They want to gain unique and additional
experiences.

The physicians who are ready to take up these medical jobs outside are
ready to face fresh challenges and are not afraid to adjust to the
alien surroundings. And one of the main reasons is the amazing pay
packages that are a big motivation for the physicians to go abroad
seeking work. Along with the high paying jobs, there are many other
incentives and benefits that are provided to the physicians.

There are many rules that a physician must follow when he plans to
practice abroad.
Medical jobs are considered to be of very high standards and thus the
quality assurance is one of the main factors that is taken into
consideration. There are many agencies that undertake the recruitment
process. These agencies see to it that all the credentials that the
physician has are checked and the references have been consulted to
see that the applicant for the medical job has an absolutely clean
record.

There are certain specifications that are observed by each country for
their migration and practice. There are certain requirements that are
directly connected with the health policies of that country.

One of the countries that have some great medical job opportunities is
Saudi Arabia. The medical facilities in Saudi Arabia are extensive,
modern. The health care delivery system provides both primary and
acute care to its patients. The physicians are educated in the west
and the health care that is provided in the country is comparable to
any modern country.

There are so many opportunities for medical professionals and there
are so many sites that keep them updated about the latest happening in
the world of medicine. When one is applying for a medical job abroad
he needs to be aware of the medical news of that place as well as the
international news.

There are so many sites that provide the physicians with the latest
developments in the medicine world; these sites have great medical
slides. These slides are very informative and they help the doctor to
get detailed knowledge on various topics.

In countries like Saudi Arabia, a medical job is considered to be of
very high ranking. They have a health care system in the country. This
is administered by the ministry of health. The government there is
very concerned about the welfare of the population and thus is always
working to provide the best. Thus there are always many medical job
openings and one can be assured about the medical progress that is
taking place in Saudi Arabia.


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With Regards,
DoctorKSA Team

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Old August 18th, 2009, 12:06 PM posted to rec.travel.usa-canada
TheNewsGuy(Mike)
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Default Good opportunity for medial professionals in Saudi Arabia

Doctor KSA wrote: "a bunch of lies"
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Female doctor writes of life in Saudi Arabia
In the Land of Invisible Women by Qanta A. Ahmed.


“Most job contracts don't include mentions of the death penalty, but
when Dr. Qanta A. Ahmed agreed to a new job in a Saudi Arabian
hospital she became subject to the laws of that country which, as she
writes in her memoir, can include decapitation.”

Yet the AP reviewer also notes: “While the book is by a woman and Ahmed
constantly talks about women in the Kingdom, it would be a mistake to
classify
this book as being for or about just women. The doctor's insights are
fascinating for readers of either gender.”

Publishers Weekly has said: “Everyday life is laced with bizarre
situations created by the rabid puritanical orthodoxy that among other
requirements forbids women to wear seat belts because it results in
their breasts being more defined, and oppresses Saudi men as much as
women by its archaic rules.
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From Amnesty international...

Saudi Arabia continues to use flogging and amputations as punishments.
Executions, beheadings with a sword, occur regularly and are
disproportionately carried out against foreign nationals. Foreign
workers are vulnerable to abuse and exploitation, particularly female
domestic workers, who have virtually no protection at all.
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Yeah, GREAT PLACE TO WORK!!!




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