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podiatry in the middle east

Discussion in 'Podiatry Employment' started by raju786, May 4, 2019.

  1. raju786

    raju786 Welcome New Poster


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    Hi,


    I am Raju Rahman, a UK trained podiatrist with 17yrs experience in both the private and public sector. I would like to know about work in the middle east and the packages on offer. If you could kindly send me an outline if there is an opportunity available.


    Kind regards


    Raju Rahman

    Podiatrist
     
  2. AH29

    AH29 Active Member

    Hi

    I've been looking for a few years now. It's not as good prospects as it was. Now they prefer to send their own countryfolk to train here then get them back to do the job.

    Good luck with your search.

    ;)
     
  3. Analie Sigue

    Analie Sigue Member

    for GCC country like UAE Abu Dhabi must have degree and license with two years experience or must have masters with one year experience should take Department Health Exam. First must undergo dataflow to verify your experience, education and license after verification licensing and approval of exam. Once exam cleared can now issue license. Same thing process of Dubai
     
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