King Saud University - Medical City
Founded in 1957, King Saud University Medical City (KSUMC) is a tertiary care academic medical center with decades of experience in multi-facility and multi-disciplinary administration. The world-class health care complex includes more than 1,300 full-time physicians, 853 residents & fellows and approximately 2,072 allied health personnel who collectively provide care to more than 1,229,628 outpatients, admit 45,966 patients and perform around 14,231 procedures every year. Its physicians are comprised of renowned experts in various clinical disciplines. They are complemented by a competent team of allied health, administrative and support service staff.
With a wide range of colleges, advanced research centers, and collaborations with distinguished researchers around the globe, this medical city aims to transform integrated healthcare management through the collective promotion of education & training, care provision and research on all fronts. In addition to scholarship and research, King Saud University provides health and social services to the entire Saudi community, as extending and expanding such services are an essential component of KSU’s comprehensive development plans.
Departments & Services
- King Khalid University Hospital
- King Abdul-Aziz University Hospital
- Dental Hospital
- University Diabetes Center
- King Fahad Cardiac Center
- Prince Naif Bin AbdulAziz Health Research Center
- University Oncology Center
- King Abdullah Ear Specialists
- Clinical Skills and Simulation Center
- Family Medicine Center
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- A medical team specialized in skull base surgery from KSUMC has received the North American Skull Base Society (NASBS) accreditation as the first multidisciplinary team specialized in skull base surgery outside the United States
- The standard work week is 40 hours per week.
- 5 days per week / The number of hours in a shift vary somewhat from department to department but generally do not exceed 10 hours
- The standard work week in Saudi Arabia is Sunday through Thursday
- Uniforms are provided on arrival.
- Uniforms consist of white trousers and tunic top for females, and white trousers and a jacket for males.
- Duty shoes are not provided and should be purchased by the employee.
- Free housing accommodation is provided
- housing system of 4 compounds that house nearly 3000 residents
- Safe, clean, secure and comfortable accommodations
- Housing Services arrange social, recreational and sports programs for compound residents (for example: Ramadan football tournament for staff)
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