Specialist Doctor salary at MOH

Jobs for Doctors in Saudi Arabia
There are great opportunities for doctors to work in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The diversity of career and lifestyle opportunities available range from large tertiary hospitals in the major capital and regional cities, to smaller hospitals in regional locations, providing exposure to a wide spectrum of clinical and social experiences.
The government of Saudi Arabia has given high priority to the development of health care services at all levels: primary, secondary and tertiary. As a consequence, the health of the Saudi population has greatly improved in recent decades. The Ministry of Health operates 6/!\ I AM A STUPID SPAMMER /!\ of the hospitals and 5/!\ I AM A STUPID SPAMMER /!\ of the clinics and centers; the remaining facilities are operated by government agencies, including the Ministry of Defense, the National Guard, the Ministry of the Interior, and several other ministries, as well as by private entities.

The breakdown of facilities is as follows:

1) Ministry of Health Facilities
These serve the general public and are located in both the large cities and the small towns throughout Saudi Arabia.

2) Military Hospitals
These serve members of the Saudi Arabia armed forces and members of their families, according to the branch of the military in which the individual serves.

Saudi Arabian National Guard (SANG)
SANG is the branch of the military that is involved with defence against external threats and internal threats. SANG has four hospitals which provide care to the soldiers of the Saudi Arabian National Guard and their dependents:
•    King Abdulaziz Medical City - Riyadh (690 beds, formerly the King Fahad National Guard Hospital);
•    King Abdulaziz Medical City - Jeddah (350 beds, formerly the King Khalid National Guard Hospital);
•    King Abdulaziz Medical City - Dammam (112 beds);
•    King Abdulaziz Medical City - Al Ahsa (300 beds);
•    The Saudi Arabian National Guard also operates clinics in Riyadh and Taif.
Saudi Arabian Ministry of Defense and Aviation (MODA)
MODA provides defense against primarily external threats. It includes the Saudi Arabian Army, the Royal Saudi Naval Forces, the Royal Saudi Air Force and Royal Saudi Air Defence. MODA operates nine hospitals which provide care to the soldiers of MODA and their dependents:
•    Riyadh Armed Forces Hospital (also known as Riyadh Military Hospital Al Kharj), Riyadh (1,100+ beds);
•    Prince Sultan Cardiac Center, Riyadh (150+ beds);
•    North West Armed Forces Hospital, Tabuk (350 beds);
•    King Fahd Military Medical Complex, Dhahran (316 beds);
•    Armed Forces Hospital at King AbdulAziz Airbase, Al Khobar (280 beds);
•    King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital, Jeddah (400+ beds);
•    Armed Forces Hospitals, Southern Region (King Fahad Military Hospital and the King Faisal Military Hospital), Khamis Mushayt (total 258 beds);
•    Al Hada Hospital, Taif (500+ beds; also operates the Prince Sultan Hospital, the Prince Mansour Hospital, and a rehab centre);
•    King Khalid Military City (also known as Hafr Al-Batin Armed Forces Hospital), Hafr Al-Batin (330 beds);
•    Wadi Al-Dawassir Hospital, Wadi Al-Dawassir (100 beds).
3) Ministry of the Interior
This serves members the ministry of the interior, including the police and customs collectors.
Security Forces Hospital, Riyadh (500 beds), serves the Ministry of Interior personnel. There is also a Ministry hospital in Mecca.

4) Referral Hospitals
Every citizen is eligible to go to the referral hospitals for specialized care. These facilities include:
•    King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre-Riyadh Site (894 beds);
•    King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre-Jeddah Site (320 beds);
•    King Khalid Eye Specialist Hospital, Riyadh (360 beds);
•    Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City, Riyadh (300 rehabilitation beds).
5) Private Facilities
Here are just a few of the private facilities in Saudi Arabia:
•    For-Profit: Saudi German Hospital, Jeddah; Dr. Erfan & Bagedo Hospital, Jeddah; Kingdom Hospital, Riyadh
•    Saudi ARAMCO Hospital, Dhahran & Al Hasa (405 beds and 80 beds); serves employees of the oil company Saudi ARAMCO, and their family members
•    Riyadh Care Hospital (also known as Social Insurance Hospital (GOSI)), Riyadh (255 beds)
•    Royal Commission Hospitals, which serve employees and their family members of the Industrial cities located at: Jubail, on the east coast of Saudi Arabia; Yanbu, on the west coast of Saudi Arabia
•    SAAD Medical Centre, Al Khobar
•    Soliman Fakeeh Hospital, Jeddah (600 beds, and the largest private hospital in Saudi Arabia; it is contracted to Saudi ARAMCO)

Interviews in India for Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia in 3rd week of July 2015. Please reply with your updated CV ***



Regards!

Moderated by Bhavna 4 years ago
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Hello Habsons,

Ok i see there are quite a lot of opportunities for doctors, however, where did you get all these infos?  :/

Regards,
Bhavna

We work for MOH, KSA and many other top medical groups.

Bhavna :

Hello Habsons,
Ok i see there are quite a lot of opportunities for doctors, however, where did you get all these infos?  :/
Regards,
Bhavna

Hi Bhavna
Habsons is a HR consultancy in India. Its a job ad what they've posted here. :offtopic: It should have been in Jobs section. I request you to remove this post.
Regards

Habsons :

Jobs for Doctors in Saudi Arabia
There are great opportunities for doctors to work in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The diversity of career and lifestyle opportunities available range from large tertiary hospitals in the major capital and regional cities, to smaller hospitals in regional locations, providing.......
..... Interviews in India for Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia in 3rd week of July 2015. Please reply with your updated CV ***
Regards!

Hi
This thread is about Doctors' Salary in Saudi Arabia discussed by individuals not agencies. You should've written about that instead of giving us 'phukat gyaan' about MOH.  :mad: We don't need lessons on the structure of Saudi Arabian health system. :o Go & post your amateurish ad in Jobs section.

Thanks for "enlightening" Bhavna :)

Habsons :

Thanks for "enlightening" Bhavna :)

I know, you're as shameless as any other Job Agent who disgracefully run behind doctors all the time... How about Bhavna smartly moderating your email ID as soon as you posted here?? :joking: .

Your smartness and decency is visible from your language.
I know it will be hard for you, but 'Keep calm and mind your own business'. Thanks ;)

Please share the salary structure of 2015 .

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