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Ministry Of Health Hires 29 High Qualified Jordanian Consultant Doctors
29 September 2010
As part of the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Rabeeah, dedication and commitment to enhance the presented health care services to citizens in their areas and reduce the difficulties experienced by most patients during their visitations to central hospitals and due to the difficulties and limited possibilities of hiring consultant doctors in some specialties permanently, the Ministry has continued their efforts in hiring distinguished Jordanian consultant doctors with high qualifications to work in a number of hospitals across the Kingdom.
As a result, the Ministry signed part time contracts with high qualified local consultant doctors as part of Temporarily Medical Support Program, to work in a number of central and reference hospitals. In addition of completing the needed procedures with the Jordanian Ministry of Health (third batch), where the Curative Medical Assistant Agency hired 29 Jordanian consultant doctors and distributed to work in the Following hospitals (Algrayat General Hospital, Prince Abdurrahman Al-Sudairy Hospital- Skaka, Tebregel Hospital, Arar Hospital, King Khaled Hospital- Tabuk, Al Wujh Hospital, Child and Birth Hospital- Al Jouf and Tariff Hospital).doctors will be hired according to their medical specialties and citizens needs resulted from analytical study of the Agency's plan.
Minster Deputy Assistant for Curative Medicine, Dr. Ageel  Bin Jam'an AL Ghamdi, stated that the third batch of the Jordanian consultants are specialized in the following rare fields (Nephrology, Urology Surgery, Spine and Orthopedics Surgery,  Neurosurgery, Burns and Plastic Surgery, Anesthesiology , ER, Internal Medicine, Gynecology and Obstetrics, , Ophthalmology, Ped. Cardiology, Ped. Infections Diseases, Ped. Dental Diseases, Neonatology, ENT, Endocrinology and Diabetes, Gastrology Liver Diseases, Diagnostic Radiology, ER, Laboratories). 
Consultant doctors will arrive to the Kingdom next Saturday to start their work in the above mentioned hospitals. Tabuk, Al Jouf, Northern Borders and Al Geryat Health Affairs Directorates has coordinated with the targeted hospitals in such areas in order to benefit from the Program services and such expertise to meet people's health needs and upgrade work plans in such hospitals through arranging educational workshop and lectures. 
Dr. Ageel Al Ghamdi pointed out that the Ministry is coordinating with the Jordanian Ministry of Health to hire more consultants in order to fulfill all Boarder Areas Hospitals needs; in addition of the continuous Agency's efforts to complete the remaining stages of the Program by hiring different fields consultants from a number of different countries. These consultants will be distributed to work in central and referral Ministry's hospitals based on the Instructions of the Minster of Health regarding serving society and citizens' health needs as optimal.  

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