GRADUATE REGISTERED NURSES and graduate registered midwifes


QAR 5600 (about US$ 1538) minimum per month

All positions provide free accommodation; subsidized food; free visas, residence and work permits; free airfares for deployment, annual leave and deployment; end of contract bonuses and access to company medical insurance


BSc in Nursing or Midwifery (or in the field of health practice) for Graduate Registered Nurses and Midwives


Valid Philippines nursing licence and be eligible for licensing in the Supreme Council for Health State of Qatar

Relevant life support / resuscitation certificates preferred but HMC will provide an opportunity to undertake this certification as part of orientation

For midwives, a valid midwifery licence that meets the requirements for licensing in the State of Qatar

A valid drivers licence for Home Health Care Service nurses only


A minimum of 2 years of recent clinical hospital experience


Latest CV, BSc Nursing(or Midwifery) Diploma, MSc or MA in Nursing Diploma (if applicable), High School Diploma, Transcript of Records, PRC Certificate of Licensure and rating results, PRC ID (front and back), Midwife Certificate of Licensure and ID card (front and back) – if applicable, Certificates or Licences from other countries, valid passport, Employment Certificates, All Training Certificates related to nursing, Certificates of Good Standing, Certificates of Employment, references, current NBI clearance certificate, contact details (email/landline/mobile), 8 printed coloured passport sized photos, taken in last 6 months (white background) & soft copy of photos


Paediatrics (female only), emergency department, gastroenterology, peri-operative, enhanced recovery, burns, tissue viability/wound care, pain management, adult ED, adult ICU, critical care, PACU, PICU, OR, ambulatory, midwives

Nurses from specialist areas such as diabetes, tissue viability, respiratory and cardiology will be highly regarded

HMC is also looking for nurses with critical care/outreach and advanced resuscitation (instructing level experience) skills


HMC also requires Clinical Nurse / Midwifery Specialists for their Early Supported Discharge Programme. The HMC Mobile Healthcare group wants to recruit a team of nurses to work alongside mobile doctors. The skills aspects for these roles are:

-          leading and managing a team of nurses working in the community

-          providing training and education within specialist areas to other nurses, paramedics, doctors and those outside the Ambulance Service of HMC

-          input to the clinical care and plans for patients in accordance with their specialist interest

In addition to the qualifications and experience listed above, nurses for the mobile healthcare program must have:

-          at least 2 years community nursing experience and at least 1 year of teaching and education within the nursing field, preferably in diabetes, tissue viability, respiratory (COPD and Asthma) and cardiology

-          a post-graduate certificate or diploma in one of the following: diabetes, tissue viability, respiratory (COPD and Asthma) and cardiology

Arabic language and competent IT skills are desirable