Job Description

Government Hospital

Chief Resident in Cardiac Anaesthesia

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Job id: 445448

22 Nov 2022

Job Location



4 to 6 years

Qualification Level

Medical Professionals

Job Function

Doctor / Medical Research / Dean / Medical Professors


"Cardiac Anesthetist", "Cardiac Anaesthesia"

Jobseeker Nationality

Jobseekers from any country

Urgent job opening for Chief Resident in Cardiac Anaesthesia in Bahrain for a Government Hospital

If you are interested in this offer, Kindly follow the below details:

Location: Bahrain
Designation: Chief Resident in Cardiac Anaesthesia
Experience: 4-6 years
Qualification: MBBS + Post graduate degree in Anaesthesia and 1 year fellowship in cardiac Anaesthesia

Working Days: 5 Days / week

Notice Period: 90 Days Max
Salary and benefits:
o As per Standards
o 40 days annual leave
o Medical benefits for self and family

Whatsapp to +91 9986637244

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Awaiting your reply. Also do you have any friends interested in this position do refer them.

Hope to hear from you soon

Syed Umar
Convate Consultancy

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The largest International Healthcare Recruitment Consulting Firm in Middle East, which is focused on hiring Doctors for more than 50 hospitals in Middle-East.

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