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Pakistan to export medical doctors to Saudi Arabia

Updated Jan 11, 2017 10:40pm

The attached department of Ministry of Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, Overseas Employment Corporation (OEC) would send abroad the medical doctors to Saudi Arabia this month.

Talking to APP on Wednesday, OEC Managing Director Perveez Ahmed Janjua said that the corporation will organise walk-in interview for the selection of consultants, specialists and resident doctors for Ministry of Health, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on January 14 to 15 in Karachi.

A delegation of Ministry of Health Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will visit to Pakistan and required doctors for different region including Asir, Baha and Bisha regions.

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They required the services of doctors as consultant, specialists and resident in internal medicine, paediatric, general surgery, orthopaedic, family medicine, anaesthesia, radiology and others.

To a question, he said that salary and other terms and conditions will be settled at the time of interview.