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nurse home care department

anyone here knows the description of the job? im completely clueless, I dont know how it works..Job is in Dr. Sulaiman Al habib, Riyadh.. thanks

As it says " Nurse Home Care Department "

This is what I found on the website :

" Dr Sulaiman Al Habib Home Health Care Center is committed to providing Health Care services to patients at their residence so they can have the medical treatment among their relatives and friends without going to hospitals. Our team consist of 500 nurses and physicians providing basic consultation services to a full fledges home ICU  setup. "

So you will be sent to homes with physicians , who require health care at homes :D

If you need any other assistance , feel free to ask :)

yeah ive read that.. but no offense as a first timer is it safe?? i'm a bit worried any review of it? tips?

babyishii29 :

yeah ive read that.. but no offense as a first timer is it safe?? i'm a bit worried any review of it? tips?

It's a well know , famous hospital in Saudi Arabia :)

It's safe :P

Don't worry :D

oh well i am worry free now.. thanks for those replies :p

babyishii29 :

oh well i am worry free now.. thanks for those replies :p

My pleasure  :gloria

In-case you have any queries , feel free to ask ;)

gunner757 :
babyishii29 :

oh well i am worry free now.. thanks for those replies :p

My pleasure  :gloria

In-case you have any queries , feel free to ask ;)

oh sure  :D thanks a lot :thanks:

babyishii29 :

yeah ive read that.. but no offense as a first timer is it safe?? i'm a bit worried any review of it? tips?

Are you a nurse? or a caregiver?
Well, kudos to all the 'lighthearted' feedback u received here...but has anyone of you (actually) been to a saudi home with a sick patient? or have you known anybody who has worked in such a job?
Home treatment doesn't require (or provide) the formula "Physician+Nurse" at all times...even at hospitals, you would feel that, sometimes, its the "Nurse" only who is doing the job...
While, you could always pray and hope in getting good, kind hearted, and well-mannered patients, you can also expect to meet the opposite (people who feels like i am paying you, you are my slave thing)...
While, the job desription sounded awfully WELL in the website:whistle:
Your job probably requires a lot of patience, basic karate skills  :D , and manners adaptable to saudi cultures.
Yeah...feel free to ask.

Popolocroix :
babyishii29 :

yeah ive read that.. but no offense as a first timer is it safe?? i'm a bit worried any review of it? tips?

Are you a nurse? or a caregiver?
Well, kudos to all the 'lighthearted' feedback u received here...but has anyone of you (actually) been to a saudi home with a sick patient? or have you known anybody who has worked in such a job?
Home treatment doesn't require (or provide) the formula "Physician+Nurse" at all times...even at hospitals, you would feel that, sometimes, its the "Nurse" only who is doing the job...
While, you could always pray and hope in getting good, kind hearted, and well-mannered patients, you can also expect to meet the opposite (people who feels like i am paying you, you are my slave thing)...
While, the job desription sounded awfully WELL in the website:whistle:
Your job probably requires a lot of patience, basic karate skills  :D , and manners adaptable to saudi cultures.
Yeah...feel free to ask.

that's what i want to know.. im a nurse and was offered a job there. thanks for the straightforward comment though highly appreciated :P

HOME NURSE
I want to work as Home Nurse of Bedridden Patient in Saudi Arabia.

I do also work for bedridden patient here in jeddah side am a nurse and my friend ,you need to have a lot of patience doing this job ..I wish you all the best

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