Occasionally, we are privileged to receive exclusive job listings from prestigious organizations in the GCC region. Today, we are excited to announce an exceptional opportunity for distinguished professionals to take on pivotal leadership roles as Chairmen within our esteemed partner organizations.

We are currently representing a renowned Health System in the GCC that is seeking accomplished executives to drive innovation and excellence in healthcare. These elite positions require candidates who have honed their expertise and achieved remarkable success in North America. We are looking for visionary leaders with a demonstrated history of executive leadership in top-tier hospitals or health systems in the United States or Canada. Ideal candidates will have experience with one of the top 50 healthcare systems, showcasing their ability to lead with distinction and foster groundbreaking advancements in healthcare.

If you are a seasoned healthcare executive eager to embark on a transformative journey and make a profound impact on the future of healthcare in the GCC region, we invite you to explore these exclusive Chairman positions. This is a unique opportunity to bring your expertise and visionary leadership to a vibrant and rapidly evolving healthcare landscape.



The Chairman will oversee the overall management of the department, advocating for departmental interests, and performing clinical duties as necessary. This leadership role demands a blend of clinical expertise and administrative acumen, ensuring the department operates at the highest standards of quality and efficiency.

Education and Qualifications

  • Basic medical degree from a recognized institution.
  • Post-qualification certification.
  • Qualification sources accepted from North America, Western Europe, Australia, or New Zealand:
    • USA: The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS)
    • Canada: Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Certificate (RCPS-C)

Experience Requirements

  • Minimum of ten (10) years of clinical experience post-certification in a subspecialty.
  • At least three (3) to five (5) years in a leadership role, demonstrating administrative capacity and departmental oversight.
  • Post-training experience in North America, Western Europe, Australia, or New Zealand is essential.


  • Current and in good standing medical license to practice in the country of residence.

Key Responsibilities

Clinical Responsibilities:

  • Perform clinical duties and actively engage in clinical practice.
  • Collaborate with Nursing, Clinical Services, Administration, and Support Services to provide optimal patient care.

Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement strategic plans, goals, and objectives for the department, aligned with the overall strategic plan of Medical Affairs.
  • Organize, supervise, monitor, and maintain medical and clinical services and programs, ensuring high-quality patient care and ethical practices.
  • Oversee the selection, recruitment, and retention of competent professional staff through effective credentialing, review of privileges, and staff assessments.
  • Prepare and manage the annual operating and capital equipment budgets for the department, ensuring efficient and cost-effective operations.
  • Conduct annual evaluations of department staff, making recommendations for performance bonuses, professional leave, and other incentives based on evaluation and appraisal.
  • Ensure continuous quality improvement and adherence to quality/performance improvement programs.
  • Establish key performance and clinical indicators, benchmarking departmental outcomes with international standards.
  • Promote activities that enhance community involvement and responsibility.

Research and Education Responsibilities:

  • Promote and support medical research initiatives within the department.
  • Advocate for postgraduate training programs, continuing medical education, and other educational activities.
  • Mentor and train junior staff, trainees, and medical students, fostering a culture of continuous learning and development.

Other Duties:

  • Enforce and monitor adherence to Medical Staff Bylaws, Rules and Regulations, and Hospital policies and procedures.
  • Act as the department’s representative in organizational and external communications.
  • Participate in the Medical Advisory Council and contribute to institutional development.

The Ideal Candidate

We seek a visionary leader with a blend of clinical excellence and administrative expertise. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of leadership in top-tier healthcare institutions, demonstrating their ability to drive innovation and excellence in a dynamic and evolving healthcare landscape. If you are an accomplished healthcare executive ready to make a significant impact, we invite you to explore this extraordinary opportunity.

Sounds like a match?