Those looking to pursue a Consultant level post with this hospital will require:
2 years post specialist qualification experience with 6 months as a Consultant.
Qualified from UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, Australia, France, Germany and other main European countries.
Please note that qualifications are accepted from other worldwide locations based upon equivalent qualification according to the equivalence tables of QCHP
Salary: Advised upon the receival of a job offer
Gratuity: 1 month’s basic salary per annum
Increments: Annual increment based upon performance appraisal
Contract Duration: 36 months renewable
Contract Status: Married (if required) Self, spouse and 3 children (up to 18 years)
Accommodation: Provided free of charge – Fully furnished (or allowance)
Utilities: 600 Qatari Riyal per month if taking assigned accommodation
Baggage Allowance: For shipping or unaccompanied baggage
Flights: For you and your family at the start and end of the contract year – Business class
Leave: 50 days per annum, including local holidays - can be split
Education Allowance: For up to 3 children - 18 or under
Study Leave: 9 days after 18 months service – Fees and flights paid
Medical cover: Company scheme for nominal fees for yourself and your family.
Transport: 1000 Qatari Riyal per month allowance
Hours of work: 7:00 – 15:00 – Sunday to Thursday
On call: As required per speciality
This Government hospital group are the main provider of secondary and tertiary healthcare in Qatar and one of the leading hospital providers in the Middle East. For more than three decades, they have been dedicated to delivering the safest, most effective and compassionate care to all its patients.
They manage 10 hospitals – seven specialist hospitals and three community hospitals – as well as the National Ambulance Service and home and residential care services.
In January 2016, they achieved the significant distinction of becoming the first healthcare system across the globe to have all its hospitals accredited by Joint Commission International under the Academic Medical Centre accreditation program. Additionally, the National Ambulance Service, Home Healthcare Service, Stroke Service and Palliative Care, have all received this prestigious accreditation since 2011.
The Senior Consultant is the most senior doctor (apart from the Department Chair and/or Section Head) who practices in a specific specialty and has oversight responsibility for his team of Consultants and junior doctors and manages other team members. The Senior Consultant is responsible for the care of all patients admitted under his name and for all the clinical decisions made by other doctors under his supervision.
In addition to providing high quality patient care (diagnose, treat, manage and admit patients under his name) as delineated by his clinical privileges, the Senior Consultant works closely with department chair and/or section head on management issues (such as service development, funding, budgets, and staffing), on the teaching and training of junior doctors, and on academic and research priorities.
In essence, the Senior Consultant is required to have professional clinical competence, leadership and management skills.
Research is a key and integral component to the Corporation’s Strategic aim to become an Academic Health System. The post holder must be able to contribute on delivering on delivering an integrated strategic vision and planning for Clinical, Research, Education and training which improves the quality of patient care. The Senior Consultant is the most senior doctor (apart from the Department Chair and/or Section Head) who practices in a specific specialty and has oversight responsibility for his team of Consultants and junior doctors and manages other team members. The Senior Consultant is responsible for the care of all patients admitted under his name and for all the clinical decisions made by other doctors under his supervision.