Hot Nursing Jobs at Sidra Hospital in Doha, Qatar through SA International, Houston, TX, USA

Hot Nursing Jobs at Sidra Hospital in Doha, Qatar through SA International, Houston, TX, USA

Sidra Hospital in Doha, Qatar has the following nursing vacancies available. If you are interested to apply, you may forward your resume to the following email address:

  • 1709
    Nurse Manager – Allied Health Nursing
    Nurses will be assigned throughout the various allied health service areas at Sidra, including in the Interventional Cardiology Lab, Non-Invasive Cardiology Lab, Infant/Toddler Pulmonary Function Lab, and Neurodiagnostic Lab. This Manager will have line responsibility for the nursing staff working within these areas
  • 1730
    Manager – Case Management (Pediatrics)
    Manager of approx 30 Case Managers, who will provide case management and care coordination services for Pediatrics. They screening admitted patients and provide services to all appropriate inpatients and outpatients who receive care at Sidra. Case load allocation is through unit based assignment, population based, or service line assignment and will provide support to the clinical teams by ensuring the goals and services identified and needed by patients as they move through the care continuum are met.
  • 1612
    Nurse Manager – Special Procedures Unit (Pediatric)
    The Pediatric Special Procedures unit will have a total of 7 procedure rooms to accommodate the specialties of Gastroenterology, Hepatobiliary, and Pulmonology. The Unit will provide routine screening, diagnostic, therapeutic and minor surgical procedures for pediatric patients, both inpatient and outpatient. The Unit will treat patients with upper and lower gastrointestinal, pancreatic, hepatobiliary, and pulmonary disorders using a variety of specialized endoscopic and radiographic examinations. Other conditions that require minor procedural interventions are also carried out in the Special Procedures Unit.
  • 1666
    Clinical Nurse Leader – Special Procedures Unit (Pediatric)
    As above
  • 1596
    Nurse Manager PACU (Women and Children)
    This position will manage 3 Post Anesthesia Care Units (PACU) totalling 40 beds:
    1 x 28 bed Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU) for pediatric and gynecological patients, and
    2 x 6 bed Obstetric PACUs

    Neonates may be recovered in PACU or be transferred to NICU directly from the OR.

    The Obstetrical Anesthesia Care Units will provide continuous intensive care for women and infants during Phase I recovery following surgical or invasive procedures that take place within the C-section and Neonatal/Fetal Surgery Operating Rooms.

  • 1668
    Clinical Nurse Leader – Pediatric Specialty Clinics II
    Sidra’s Pediatric Specialty Clinics II will encompass 32 patient spaces based on 15 subspeciality programs:
    Adolescent medicine, Child development/ Child Life, including pediatric pain service, Child psychiatry (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services), Dermatology, Gastroenterology, General pediatrics, General pediatric surgery, Hematology and Oncology, Oncology infusion center, Neonatology, Nephrology, Neurosurgery, Neurology
    Ophthalmology, Urology and Urodynamics
  • 1339
    Nurse Manager – Operating Rooms
    20 OR environments including: 6 Obstetric, 12 general Pediatric (incl 2 for cardiac surgery), 1 Interventional OR in the MRI Suite. The 3 room MRI Interventional Suite will include a Hybrid Cardiovascular AR/Operating Room, diagnostic /interventional MRI, and an Intraoperative MRI Operating Room. All ORs will be digitally integrated to accommodate surgical procedures eligible for open, endoscopic, and minimally invasive approaches. The dual use MRI is centrally located between the two interventional operating rooms and will be used for diagnostic imaging and image guided procedures.
    PEDIATRIC Surgical specialties: Cardiac, Dental/Oral, Fetal, General/MIS, Gyne, Hybrid, Neurosurgery, Ophthalmology, Organ Transplant, Ortho, Plastic/Craniofacial/Burns, Spinal (Ortho & Neuro), Thoracic, Trauma, Urology, Vascular.
    ADULT WOMEN’S Surgical specialties: Gyne (urgent/emergent), Obstetrics (urgent/emergent), Cesarean Sections (scheduled/urgent/emergent).
  • 1608
    Clinical Nurse Leader – Operating Room, Pediatric Neurology
    As above – but this role is to team lead the Pediatric Neurosurgery ORs only
  • 1601
    Nurse Manager – General Surgical Pediatrics
    Sidra’s General Surgical Pediatrics will be a 22 bed ward providing care for males and females from birth up to the age of 18 years who require general or urological surgery.
  • 1732
    Nurse Manager – General Medical Pediatrics
    Sidra’s 22 bed General Medical Pediatric Unit. Conditions and diagnoses treated will include therapeutic services to children and adolescents with all forms of esophageal, gastrointestinal, liver, pancreatic and nutritional disorders, and general medical conditions requiring supportive treatments and diagnostic procedures. It will also include adolescents who are overweight or possess unhealthy risk behaviors through a healthy lifestyle program.
  • 1728
    Nurse Manager – Specialty Surgical Pediatrics
    Specialty Surgical Pediatrics will be a 22 bed inpatient unit. Conditions and diagnoses treated will include ENT, Orthopedics, Craniofacial, and specialized Opthalmology and Dental.
  • 1734
    Nurse Manager – Specialty Medical Pediatrics
    Sidra’s Specialty Medical Pediatric unit will be a 22 bed ward providing care in the following areas: hematology, immunology, rheumatology, endocrinology, metabolic medicine, dermatology, infectious diseases, genetic disorders.
  • 1583
    Nurse Manager – Obstetric and Gynecology Clinic
    Sidra’s Obstetric Gynecology clinic will run 8 clinics over normal working hours, 5 days per week. With a total of 41 patient spaces the clinic will provide consultation, diagnostic and follow up services for female patients with gynecological disorders and pre and post-partum care.
    Services will include a center for Perinatal Medicine offering outpatient aspects of expectant delivery and post natal care management, prenatal/genetic counseling, high risk screening program, fetal surgery, maternal fetal medicine and perinatal epidemiology. Gynecological services will include low complexity gynecological disorders and gynecologic urogynecology.
  • 1598
    Nurse Manager – Obstetric Diagnostic Clinic
    Sidra’s Obstetric Diagnostic Clinic will provide consultation and diagnostic services for high and low risk antenatal maternal fetal testing. There will be 14 patient spaces for Ultrasound, and 5 for non stress testing.
  • 1645
    Nurse Manager – Pediatric Clinic for Orthopedics, Craniomaxillary, and Facial Plastics
    The Pediatric Orthopedic Craniomaxillary and Facial Plastics clinic will offer consultation, diagnostic testing and treatment for children and adolescents presenting problems related to the musculoskeletal system including inflammatory, developmental, neoplastic and metabolic problems as well as musculoskeletal issues secondary to a traumatic event, and variety of craniomaxillary problems resulting from birth deformities, injury or trauma and patients with burn injuries.
    NB: The exact mix of clinical specialties in our pediatric clinics may change slightly as we move towards opening.
  • 1733
    Nurse Manager – Antepartum Unit
    Sidra’s 24 bed Antepartum unit will provide care for pregnant women greater than 20 completed weeks gestation with chronic illnesses; complications of pregnancy; and/or fetal conditions; prenatal tests or research procedures requiring hospitalization or observation; Reproductive endocrinology tests and procedures requiring hospitalization.
  • 1648
    Nurse Manager – Newborn Nursery
    Sidra will have 4 Newborn Nurseries each of 16 cots (total 64), with one Manager. The nurseries will provide care to stable, newly delivered infants following either spontaneous vaginal delivery or operative cesarean delivery, until discharge. Sidra envisions utilizing a ‘Rooming-in’ model however infants can be admitted to the Newborn Nursery based on their individualized diagnosis and status. Admission may be from Birthing Center I or II, OB Triage, the Ante partum Unit, or the Emergency Department.
Living In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Living In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Living In Riyadh

Riyadh is a beautiful place to live with several things to see and do. It is the capital and largest town in Saudi Arabia, with a population of 6 million, that offers several famous and historic tourist attractions, quality Middle Eastern food and great financial benefits.

First of all, when you accept a position in Riyadh you are eligible for a tax-free salary, paid housing and transportation, paid education for your children, free tickets back home and up to 54 paid vacation days. The cost of living in Riyadh is also highly affordable. Gasoline here actually costs less than water, and the food, entertainment and the many shopping venues are all reasonably priced, as well.

Saudi Arabia also has several famous and historic tourist destinations, and being able to take advantage of the rich cultural history that the Kingdom has to offer is one of the benefits of living here. There’s Mecca and Medina, the country’s two holy cities, Dir’iya and Mada’in Saleh, an ancient city of buildings carved into cliffs. Saudi Arabia also offers spectacular scenery when you venture out into the deserts beyond Riyadh, the mountains of Abha or the beaches along the coast of the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea.

Finally, there’s no place like the Middle East for quality Middle Eastern food. The national dish of Saudi Arabia is Kabsa, a dish of rice with meat or chicken served on a huge platter. Traditionally it is served on the floor with everyone sitting around the platter, taking rice and meat with their hands. The experience is offered not only in homes here, but also in traditional restaurants. It’s an experience that you probably won’t find anywhere else, and one you’ll surely miss when you leave.

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The Red Sea, Saudi Arabia

The Red Sea, Saudi Arabia

Red Sea Pic.

The Red Sea is a tropical seawater inlet of the Indian Ocean, bordering the coast of Saudi Arabia and making up over 79 percent of the sea’s eastern shoreline.

There are several resorts on the Red Sea which have plenty of activities for tourists, from laid-back former fishing villages to bustling towns with a range of adventure sports but with its extensive shallow shelves noted for marine life of over 1,000 invertebrate species and 200 soft and hard corals, the sea has become most well known as a spectacular recreational diving and snorkeling site.

The diving off the coast of Saudi Arabia is some of the most untouched diving in the Red Sea which very few people have experienced due to the untouristy region of the sea. The fantastic reefs, which are best explored by liveaboard, can be seen around the area of Yanbu (300km north of Jeddah). Here you can dive the Gotha el Sharm reef and explore the Shouna Wreck. The Seen Reefs offer some of the best reef diving in the Red Sea with its steep walls, gigantic fish, great visibility and several species of sharks. The coral atolls of sha’ab Gurush, Sulflani and Sadiki in the north also offer exceptional dives.

Other popular areas are the Farasan Banks to the south of Jeddah and the Farasan Archipelago and the Farasan Banks. Here you can explore the several hard corals and big pelagic fish of Mar Mar Island. Other areas to explore include the islands of Dohra, al Jadir, Malothu and the Gorgonia, Bandu and Jabbara, Mudar and Long Reefs.

If you are interested in applying to work in Saudi Arabia, please send your resume to



Ramadan Blog

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar in which Muslims worldwide observe as a month of fasting. While fasting from dawn until sunset, Muslims refrain from consuming food, drinking liquids, smoking and engaging in sexual relations; in some interpretations they also refrain from swearing. Food and drink is served daily, before sunrise and after sunset. According to Islam, the rewards of fasting are many, but in this month they are believed to be multiplied. Fasting for Muslims during Ramadan typically includes the increased offering of prayers and recitation of the Quran, the central religious text of Islam.

The beginning and end of Ramadan are determined by the lunar Islamic calendar. This year, Ramadan 2014 begins in the evening of Saturday, June 28 and ends in the evening of Monday, July 28.

Muslims are called upon to use this month to re-evaluate their lives in light of Islamic guidance. They are to make peace with those who have wronged them, strengthen ties with family and friends and “do away” with bad habits — essentially to clean up their lives, their thoughts, and their feelings. The Arabic word for “fasting” literally means “to refrain” – and it means not only refraining from food and drink, but from evil actions, thoughts and words.

Therefore, fasting is not merely physical, but is rather the total commitment of the person’s body and soul to the spirit of the fast. Ramadan is a time to practice self-restraint; a time to cleanse the body and soul from impurities and re-focus one’s self on the worship of God.

An Introduction to Taif, Saudi Arabia

An Introduction to Taif, Saudi Arabia

Read on to explore Taif, KSA!

Ta’if is a city located in the Mecca Province of the Western part of Saudi Arabia and is the center of an agricultural area known for its grapes, pomegranate, figs, roses and honey. A popular summertime vacation destination in the Kingdom, Ta’if offers fantastic views, hiking trails and cable cars, as well as, a number of rose farms open to visitors and available for tours.

During the summer months Arabian horse racing is moved from Riyadh to Taif. The opportunity to see the horses in action is yet another added attraction to a summertime visit to Taif. Taif is one of three places in the Kingdom established by the National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Development dedicated to the study of endangered animals and plants and to their breeding in controlled conditions. Below you will find a list of other popular attractions located in Tai’f.

Places to See:

Al Rudaf Park: Located south of Taif is a large natural park where clumps of tree lie scattered amidst magnificent weathered granite rocks. The site also has a small zoo.

Wadi Mitna: Muhammed’s sanctuary built in 619 AD. Muhammed came here to gain support of the Hawazeen and the Tawfiq but was stoned by the tribes. He was later given sanctuary by his fellows in a small house now used as a mosque.

Ta’if Rose Plantation. In the month of April the rose fields are filled with small, fragrant pink roses that are picked at dawn and later distilled into Ta’if Rose Oil.

Shubra Palace, the regional museum of Ta’if, located in a building built around 1900, which served King Abdul Aziz as lodging in the 1930s.

Rock Carving Site: Located 40 km north of Taif, this was the site of the Okaz Souk, the largest and most well-known of the pre-Islamic souqs, or gathering places. The souq was a scene for annual social, political and commercial gatherings. It was also the location of competitive recitation of poetry and prose. The buildings remain, including prominent outlines of walls of basaltic stone.

Turkish Fort: The remains of the fort are located near the Rock Carvings. Legend has it that Lawrence of Arabia fought here in 1917. Many battles have been fought there and numerous graves can be found at this site.

Nature Reserve: Located between Al Hada Hospital and the Sheraton Hotel and at the top of Al Hada Mountain is a large nature preserve. Al Hada, which means tranquility, offers a great view of the preserve of trees and plants and is also a good location to catch the sunset over the mountain.

Al Shafa: A small village situated high upon the Sarawat Mountains rich in agricultural products and fruit gardens. This site provides a great backdrop for photographers and also offers camel rides.

Taif also contains a number of historical palaces such as the Palace of Ismaiel, The Palace of Bahawat and The Palace of Shubra which were all built in the local construction style for which the western region of the Kingdom was famed.