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MOH Opens Nomination for its Employees Willing to Participate in the 1435-Hajj Season
30 January 2014
Within the efforts exerted by the Ministry of Health (MOH) for this year's Hajj season (1435H), and as part of the early preparation of the manpower needed to operate health facilities in Makkah, Madinah, the Sacred Places, and the entry portals, the MOH has announced opening the nomination for all its employees willing to participate in the rituals of Hajj via its portal on the following link: https://systems.moh.gov.sa/hajjForm
 
His Excellency Mr. Saud Al-Rafeeah, Advisor to the Minister of Health and Chairman of the Manpower, Financial Affairs, Follow-up and Inventory Committee, said the Minister of Health has issued a circular affirming the formation of a committee under the chairmanship of the director of health affairs in every region and principality to choose and nominate the workforces needed for this year's Hajj season.
 
This Committee will be responsible for any deficiency in numbers, classes or efficiency of the nominated workforces; given that, the names of this committee's members should be provided for the Chairman of Workforces Committee who will consider nominations submitted only by this committee. Also, the numbers allocated for each class shouldn't be exceeded and the large number of workforces should be of the Saudis.
Mr. Saud added that the participation in the rituals of Hajj is mandatory for all Muslims working in the MOH's different facilities and especially for the nominated employees in accordance with the requirements of public interests, pointing out that the nomination is also available for the supportive workforces from outside the Sacred Capital, however, priority will be given to employees who participated before in the rituals of Hajj. Besides, the first-nominated workforces should be efficient and have adequate experience.
 
In the same context, Mr. Saud emphasized the importance of providing the workforces sector with the names of all Saudis doctors (men) willing to participate in the rituals of Hajj for a purpose of promotion to give them the priority when nominating after recording their data on the computer, pointing out that nurses specialized in the departments of emergency, operations, and intensive care as well as internal sections should nominate in accordance with the numbers and classes required from each directorate; knowing that, the Committee should make sure the nominated nurses have adequate experience in these specialties. In conclusion, Mr. Saud mentioned that all the nominated employees are deemed as candidates to participate in the rituals of Hajj for 1435H season, whether in the Sacred Capital, Madinah, the Sacred Places or the entry points either as main or auxiliary workforces. Such candidates will be officially informed when they are nominated.
 
 
 
 
 
 



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