SURGERY · INTERNAL · MEDICINE · OBSTETRICS · PEDIATRICS
What we offer:
We offer you a versatile position with a great deal of responsibility in an open and professional organization. You will work in a pleasant and rewarding atmosphere and be offered many opportunities for growth and development.
We are looking for a motivated, creative and proactive professional, as a House Officer you would provide medical care to patients on the respective medical wards. You should have a broad interest and willing to work, examining, diagnosing and administering general medical treatment in the prevention and control of diseases, in order for patients to receive an optimal level of care within the international guidelines.
- Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree;
- Great interpersonal and communication skills;
- Ambitious and willing to ensure continuity and quality care;
- High level of flexibility;
- Enthusiastic and positive attitude;
- A high level of integrity and reliability;
- Good command of the English Language is preferred;
- A team player with a high level of flexibility.
For more information contact our Senior HR Officer, Harlec Doran via tel. +1 721 54 31111 ext. 2584. Your motivation letter and resume can be submitted to the HR department at SMMC via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About our hospital:
Sint Maarten Medical Center (SMMC) is an ambitious and growing hospital organization on Sint Maarten. With more than 300 employees, 24 specialists and a capacity of 69 beds. We continuously strive to ensure safe, quality health care. Our primary service area, St. Maarten, Statia and Saba, represents a total population of approximately 60.000 people, constituting a multi-cultural mix with more than 100 different nationalities. In addition, we offer health care services to the visiting tourists, which include annually more than 2 million cruise ship tourists.
SMMC is on the verge of realizing a new hospital building, to expand its services in order to accomodate the increased care demand of the people of St. Maarten, its visitors and neighboring islands. The new hispital is planned to be operational in 2023.