ICU/HDU NURSES FOR ABU DHABI

Our client is looking for experienced Adult and Pediatric ICU nursing staff who have an interest in Chronic Care rehabilitation.   All applicants must have a minimum of 2 years ICU experience and have held a senior role within the ICU team

Benefits

Excellent tax free monthly salary
Housing allowance
40 days Annual Leave
One Holiday Flight Home Per Year

The Middle East’s first long-term care and rehabilitation facility has officially opened its doors in Abu Dhabi in September 2010. Our client is the first facility of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to offer state of the art long-term care for ventilated patients in a non-hospital setting. This care model is built around the philosophy of human potential and quality of life for our patients.

With a capacity of 42 beds, more than 100 employees provide round the clock medical care. The facility will have 24 hour physician coverage staffed by Western trained physicians. Our client is an internationally leading, fully accredited and highly specialised provider of care in Europe.

Currently only hospital beds exist for ventilator supported care across the GCC, meaning that approximately 200 hospital ICU beds are used for long-term care ventilator patients.

High rates of vehicle accidents and congenital disease factors in the region contribute to an environment where long-term ventilator care and rehabilitation services are in high demand across the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC).  Our client is expected to significantly improve the quality of life for patients who need such treatment, allowing them the opportunity to receive care at a specialised facility in their home country as opposed to similar facilities abroad or ICU beds at local hospitals. It will also alleviate financial and logistical pressure on over-subscribed hospital ICU units in Abu Dhabi and the GCC.

In the future, our client plans to expand its offering with additional locations in the UAE as well..

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