Consultant Paediatric Radiologist - Dubai

Occupation: Doctors
Specialty: Radiology
Job Type: Permanent
Date Added: 14 November 2022
  • Dubai, the United Arab Emirates Dubai Dubai ARE 11111
  • May Zeyrek
  • £1 per Month
Medacs Healthcare

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We are currently looking for an experienced Consultant Paediatric Radiologist to work in one of the region's most high-profile private healthcare groups.

This 182-bed general hospital is located in the heart of New Dubai. The facility includes a large ambulatory care component with over 120 exam and treatment rooms. The program also features emergency unit, radiology, pharmacy, surgery, physiotherapy, renal dialysis, endoscopy, day-care, ICU, labour, and delivery, and a NICU. It has dedicated inpatient nursing units for paediatrics, medical, surgical, post-partum and support units like CSSD, dietary services, administration, and materials management.


  • Medical degree and completion of higher education programme (fellowship/diploma) recognised by the relevant UAE healthcare authority.
  • Certification and registration of speciality recognised from a Tier one (1) country specified by the relevant UAE healthcare licensing authority (CCT from UK or Ireland, US Board, Fellowship of Royal Colleges from Canada, Australia, or New Zealand).
  • Active and valid life support certification (e.g., BLS, ACLS, PALS, ATLS, NRP).
  • At least 3-5 years' post qualification experience at consultant level.


  • Tax-free salary & Incentives.
  • Great earning potential.
  • Onboarding flight.
  • 4 weeks temporary accommodation on arrival in UAE.
  • Accommodation allowance.
  • Medical insurance (extended to eligible dependents).
  • Malpractice insurance.
  • 30 calendar days annual leave per annum.
  • End of service bonus as per the UAE Labour law.

To apply, please share your updated CV and qualification certificates for review at

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