Mafraq Hospital is committed to achieving excellence in health care. Our dedicated and loyal workforce is a cosmopolitan mix of professions from 54 countries across the globe. Emiratisation is also extremely important to Mafraq Hospital and many of the hospital's highly skilled physicians are UAE Nationals.
Placing the patients' needs first, faculty and staff work together to provide the best possible care, train the physicians and nurses of tomorrow, and challenge the frontiers of biomedical science through research.
At Mafraq Hospital you'll discover a friendly culture of professionalism, mutual respect and teamwork. Sharing the common goal of providing comforts and healing to people of all ages and all walks of life, we work tireless to exceed customer expectations. It's what makes Mafraq Hospital unique, honored time and again for customer service excellence.
In line with this, Mafraq Hospital runs the 'Mafraq Ambassadors - We Care' programme which aims to make every one of our employees a Customer Service Ambassador.
This UAE hospital is part of the SEHA Health System and is owned and operated by Abu Dhabi Health Services Company PJSC (SEHA) which is responsible for the curative activities of the public hospitals and clinics of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. With a culture of ongoing performance improvement, opportunities for career development abound. Come be a part of it.
UAE Recruitment Scam
Mafraq Hospital in Abu Dhabi has been the target of online recruitment fraud in which its name is being used on fake job offers. The scammers ask the jobseeker for money to cover application costs. "As a provider of health care the trust of our patients, our employees and the community are of paramount importance to us," said Abdulla Al Dhaheri, Chief Human Resources Officer at Mafraq Hospital. "This type of fraud, where those actively seeking employment and opportunity are being exploited, is something we find absolutely reprehensible. We are angry that these fraudsters are trading on the reputation of our hospital, which we have built over three decades. The UAE authorities have been alerted and are working hard to find and prosecute those responsible for the fraud. Mr Al Dhaheri said jobseekers should thoroughly check the authenticity of offers and be suspicious of anyone who asks for advance payment. "I would like to take this opportunity to remind those looking for work in the health sector that Mafraq Hospital, and indeed any reputable institution, would never ask for an advance payment from a prospective employee," he said. Mafraq Hospital encourages anyone who has a query about a job offer they may have received to contact email@example.com
What we offer
- Tax free salary
- Supplemental Allowance
- Accommodation or Housing Allowance
- Furniture Allowance
- 40+ paid leave days
- Health insurance
- End of service/bonus
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