Al Batayeh Military Hospital
Al Batayeh Military Hospital
Al Batayeh Hospital is a 220-bed, satellite hospital branch of Zayed Military Hospital. It is located in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. Its location consists of two residential buildings for medical staff, women’s services building, a mosque, emergency helipad, air conditioned ambulance garage, an armory, chemical storage facility and security gate house. The hospital will cater for dignitaries by providing VIP medical suites. As well as providing medical services, the hospital will function as a cutting edge medical education facility, with an entire floor consisting of three lecture theaters, a library and associated offices.
The total built up area of the complex is 75,000 square meters, at a five story height, and it will house 3000 visitors, staff and patients at capacity.
With a population of over 800,000, Sharjah is the third largest city by population in UAE, following Abu Dhabi and Dubai. It is bordered directly by Dubai in the south. It contains many commercial and cultural centers, full of stores, sport complexes, museums, mosques and schools. There are many heritage areas to explore Arabic culture, as well as a large coastline on both it's east and west coasts.
- Consultant - AnesthesiaAnesthesia consultant’s work involves pre-, intra- and post-operative care. They deliver anesthesia to patients before surgery and are involved with pain clinic consultations. They admit cases to the ICU. They perform clinic duties and consultations as well as theater anesthesia along with their list of granted privileges. They write notes, reports and summaries and take second call. It is also required of them to attend and give lectures; teach; guide and train junior staff. They must also do rounds, participate in departmental activities. This position reports to the Head of the Department of the Anesthesia. In the case that the consultant is the Head of Department, they must report to the administrative Medical Director.Read MoreApply Now
- Consultant - Emergency MedicineAn Emergency Medicine Consultant is expected to provide those services necessary to ameliorate minor illnesses or injuries, provide stabilizing treatment to patients who present with major illnesses or injuries and assess all patients in order to determine whether more definitive services that are necessary. Privileges do not include provision of definitive long-term care for patients on an inpatient basis, nor do they include authorization to admit or to perform scheduled elective procedures (with the exception of procedures performed during routine emergency Department follow-up visits.) This position reports to the Head of the Department of the Emergency Medicine.Read MoreApply Now
- Consultant - General Surgery The general surgery consultant position involves thorough investigation, evaluation, diagnosis, consultation; pre-, intra-, and postoperative treatment in surgery to surgical patients. They provide consultation not only to their department but also other departments of surgery and order diagnostic studies and procedures necessary for surgical understanding. They perform surgeries based on their granted privileges and are responsible for in-patient care and out-patient clinic; they must be present and active pre-operatively and post-operatively for their patients. Consultants are involved in daily rounds and morning meetings and take calls as per departmental regulations. In addition, they have roles in writing patient reports and summaries, attending lectures; teaching and training junior staff and ordering, prescribing and referring.Read MoreApply Now
- Consultant - Orthopedic SurgeryOrthopedic surgery consultants have a duty to admit, evaluate, diagnose, consult, and provide pre-, intra-, and postoperative orthopedic treatment to patients an orthopedic problem. They provide consultation not only to their department but also other departments of surgery and order diagnostic studies and procedures related to neurological problems. They perform surgeries based on their granted privileges and are responsible for in-patient care and out-patient clinic; they must be present and active pre-operatively and post-operatively for their patients. Consultants are involved in daily round and morning meetings and take part in the call Rota. In addition, they have roles in writing various reports and summaries, attending lectures; teaching and training junior staff and ordering, prescribing and referring.Read MoreApply Now