University Teahing Hospital Uyo 2019 Internship Positions

Qualified candidates can apply at the University of Uyo Teaching hospital for the following positions:

House Officers

Pharmacy Interns

Dental therapy interns

Dental house officers

Medical laboratory Scientist Interns

Nurse interns

Radiography interns

Physiotherapy interns

Dental technology interns

Requirements

1). Application letter
2). CV
3). License and registration.
4). Oath (For pharmacy)
5). Degree Certificate or statement of results
6). WAEC/NECO certificate
7). FSLC or Testimonial
8). LGA Identification letter
9).Birth Certificate or Statutory age declaration (Affidavit)
10). Three Recommendation letters.
Any other relevant document.

Federal Medical Centre Asaba Notice for 2019 Internship/Housemanship Placement Aptitude Test

I am directed to notify all those who applied for Internship placements in this hospital that the Aptitude Test for Internship positions in the under listed departments will hold on Tuesday 26th March, 2019 at 10.00 am, in the hospital premises.

The following are the Internee Applicants expected for the exercise.

  1. Intern Pharmacists
  2. Intern Medical Laboratory Scientists
  3. Intern Radiographers
  4. Intern Nurses
  5. Intern Physiotherapists
  6. Intern Medical House Officer,

Above is for your information. Please.

Echeng, B E

Assistant Director (Administration)

For: Medical Director

University of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital Complex Ondo State 2019 Massive Recruitment

Ondo State University of Medical Sciences Teaching Hospital Complex Akure and Ondo Town is currently recruiting doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists and other categories of Health workers for the 2019 employment exercise. Below is the details as published by Punch Newspaper

University of Abuja Teaching Hospital 2019 Internship Update

The University of Abuja Teaching Hospital Gbwagbwalada, FCT Abuja has released an update on the 2019 internship examination and interview dates for selected applicants. Below is the list of selected applicants with the update

Recruitment of Medical Officers into the Ghana Health Service 2019

The Ghana Health Service wishes to inform the general public, particularly, newly qualified Medical Officers that it will commence recruitment process on *Monday, 14th January, 2019*.

Medical Officers who are part of the group whose financial clearance has been received and intend to work in the various health facilities under the service are kindly requested to formally apply online by logging onto the *_GHS online application portal_*
ghs-recruitment.com/2019/ and follow relevant instructions.
https://ghs-recruitment.com/accounts/signup/license-number/

The online portal system comes with instructions as to what applicants are supposed to do at any point.

Other health professionals including Nurse Assistant Preventives and Nurse Assistant Clinicians who completed in 2016 and have been given financial clearance will be given update on their recruitment process to the service this month.

For further enquiries kindly contact :
0240786263
0505871133
*By :
*The Public Relations Unit*
*Ghana Health Service*

West African College of Physicians April 2019 Online Registration for Primary, Membership and Fellowship Examinations

West African College of Physicians April 2019 Online Registration for Primary, Membership and Fellowship Examinations
The April 2019 Membership and Fellowship Examinations of the West African College of Physicians (WACP), will be held simultaneously at the National Hospital Abuja (NHA), Korle Bu Teaching Hospital Accra, Ghana (KBTH) and University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan Nigeria from 3rd to 9th April 2019.
THE PRIMARY EXAMINATION WILL HOLD IN SEVEN CENTRES ON FRIDAY 5″ APRIL,2019 AT: University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, National Orthopedic Hospital (NOH) Main Hall, Enugu, Ahmadu Bello University Centre at Twin Lecture Theaters, ABUTH Shika, Zaria, Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH), UGM Examination Hall, Accra, Ghana, Connaught Teaching Hospital, Freetown, Sierra Leone, Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital (EFSTH) Banjul, The Gambia and A.M Dogliotti College of Medicine Auditorium, Monrovia Liberia.
Applicants are advised to indicate their choices of examination centres while processing the ONLINE registration platform.
West African College of Physicians April 2019 Online Registration for Primary, Membership and Fellowship Examinations

University Of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Enugu 2019 Nursing Internship Application

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for appointment in the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Ituku/Ozala, Enugu into the following one year Internship posts.
1. House Officers
02. Dental House Officers
3. Pharmacy Interns
4. Physiotherapy Interns
5. Intern Radiographers
6. Intern Medical Laboratory Scientist
7. Nutrition & Dietetics Interns
8. Dental Therapy Interns
9. Dental Technology Interns
10. Nurse Interns
QUALIFICATION/EXPERIENCE FOR THE VARIOUS POSTS
Candidates for Post 1 must possesses any of the following (I) MB.BS (ii) M.B.BCH or its equivalent from a recognized University and must have registered with the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN)
Candidates for post 2 must possess any of the following (i) Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) (II) M.B.B.CH or its equivalent from a recognized University and must have registered with the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN)
Candidates for post 3 must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy from recognized University and must have registered with the Pharmacists Registration Board of Nigeria (PRBN)
Candidates for post 4 must possess Degree in Physiotherapy from a recognized University and must have registered with the Medical Rehabilitation Therapists Registration Board of Nigeria (MRTRBN)
Candidates for post 5 must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Radiography (B.Rad) from a recognized University or any other equivalent qualification and must have registered with the Radiographers Registration Board of Nigeria (RRBN)
Candidates for post 6 must possess a Degree in Medical Laboratory Science from a recognized University and must have registered with the Medical Laboratory Council of Nigeria (MLSCN)
Candidates for post 7 must possess a B.SC Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from a recognized University
Candidates for post 8 must possess a Higher National Diploma in Dental Hygiene from a recognized Health Institution
Candidates for post 9 must possess a Higher National Diploma in Dental Technology from a recognized Institution
Candidates for post 10 must possess a B.Sc Degree in Nursing from a recognized University and must have registered with Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN)
Please Note: Candidates who do not have their Statements of Result and Current Practicing Licenses should not apply.
SALARY SCALE FOR THE POSTS Post 182 CONMESS 01 Posts 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 810 CONHESS 08
METHOD OF APPLICATION
Candidates should visit the UNTH WEBSITE www.unthenugu.com.ng, and follow the link:- Online application. unthenugu.com.ng
CLOSING DATE
Six (6) weeks from the date of publication
Signed
Dr. Christopher C. Amah
Chief Medical Director

Hospice Africa Uganda Vacancies

The deadline for submission of applications for the position of grants manager at HAU has been extended to 17th December, 2018. For details, please visit our website http://uganda.hospiceafrica.or.ug/index.php/careers/jobs-interns

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL (UCH) FIXES DATE for 2019 Internship

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITAL (UCH) FIXES DATE OF INTERVIEW FOR INTERNSHIP….RELEASES LIST OF SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES.
You are hereby invited for an INTERNSHIP screening examination on Wednesday 12/12/2018 Prof. Ogunlesi Multipurpose Hall, UCH, Ibadan 8.00 a.m. Come along with writing materials and any evidence of means of identification (National ID/driver license/PVC/International Passport).

South Africa To Recruit More Than 5 300 Nurses, Doctors to fill vacant posts

Motsoaledi made the announcement on behalf of the National Health Council, a statutory body, which met on Thursday and Friday last week.

“The council met to, among others, finalise and operationalise the presidential stimulus package as announced by the President [Cyril Ramaphosa]. This announcement, which will result in the filling of more than 5 300 posts in the health departments of the nine provinces from the beginning of January 2019, in addition to being a product of the presidential stimulus package, is also the implementation of the recommendations of the presidential health summit held a few weeks ago,” said Motsoaledi.

“The president had announced the stimulus package to kick-start the economy. With regards to health, he had also stated that there will be a stimulus for health in three areas – human resources, hospital beds and hospital linen.”

Motsoaledi said shortages in these three areas were acute, especially in human resources, which had declined over the past three years due to severe budget constraints as a result of the poor state of the economy.

“Under-staffing, especially in the provinces, has been cited as one of the major contributing factors which has negatively affected the provision of health care. The appointment of the health workers, which includes a broad spectrum of health professionals, for example, registrars, pharmacists, pharmacy assistants, radiographers, specialists, psychologists, physiotherapists, and other allied health professionals, will go a long way towards improving the quality of health care in public health facilities in all the provinces,” he said.

The provincial breakdown of the posts is as follows:

Eastern Cape
– three medical specialists
– 36 medical officers (post-community service doctors)
– 100 enrolled nursing assistants
– 74 enrolled nurses
– 50 pharmacy assistants
– 320 general staff, porters, and mortuary attendants

Free State
– eight medical specialists
– 13 medical officers (post-community service doctors)
– 43 professional nurses
– 12 enrolled nurses
– 37 enrolled nursing assistants

Gauteng
– 15 medical specialists
– 10 registrars (medical specialists in training)
– 20 medical officers (post-community service doctors)
– 40 specialist professional nurses
– 245 professional nurses
– 75 enrolled nurses
– 100 porters
– 100 general assistants
– eight occupational therapists
– eight physiotherapists
– 10 pharmacists
– 10 pharmacy assistants
– 10 radiographers
– 10 social workers
– eight clinical psychologists

KwaZulu-Natal
– 97 registrars (medical specialists in training)
– 150 enrolled nurses
– 150 enrolled nursing assistants
– 50 pharmacy assistants
– 15 artisans
– 160 porters
– 160 general assistants

Limpopo
– 16 medical specialists
– 227 medical officers (post-community service doctors)
– eight pharmacists
– 309 professional nurses
– 14 dentists
– 57 allied health professionals
– four clinical psychologists
– six clinical associates

Mpumalanga
– two medical specialists
– three registrars (medical specialists in training)
– 44 medical officers (post-community service doctors)
– 40 enrolled nurses
– 60 general staff, cleaners, and information officers

Northern Cape
– one medical specialist
– 10 professional nurses

Western Cape
– three medical specialists
– eight registrars (medical specialists in training)
– nine medical officers (post-community service doctors)
– 42 professional nurses
– 25 enrolled nurses
– two pharmacists
– 16 pharmacy assistants
– 40 artisans
– six forensic pathologists

North West
– 20 medical specialists
– 28 registrars (medical specialists in training)
– 28 medical officers (post-community service doctors)
– three pharmacists
– 42 pharmacy assistants
– 45 professional nurse specialists
– 25 professional nurses
– 107 enrolled nurses
– 12 clinical associates
– four radiotherapists
– four dieticians
– two social workers
– 272 information officers
– 145 EMS personnel
– five engineers
– 19 artisans
– seven architects
– 385 administrative clerks
– 73 porters
– 248 general assistants
– 52 drivers
– 525 cleaners
– 75 laundry staff
– six mortuary assistants
– 84 food aides
– six programme managers

Professionals interested in these posts were advised to communicate with the various provincial health department heads, Motsoaledi said.

– African News Agency