The holding company of Singapore’s public healthcare entities including the National University Health System, National Healthcare Group, MOH Holdings (MOHH) is recruiting doctors from abroad to ease the needs of its health sector.
“These doctors will be allowed to conditionally register ‘clinical practice’ (for treatment) under strict rules,” the agency said.
According to the company, “Preference is given to local people graduating from medical schools recognized by the Singapore Medical Council.”
Singapore plans to recruit 180 junior doctors from India over the next three years. The company said doctors are being recruited not only from India but also from Australia and the UK.
As the holding company of Singapore’s public healthcare institutions, the company always looking for qualified, passionate individuals who are keen to make a valuable contribution to public healthcare.
MOHH believes the employees are the greatest asset and are dedicated to helping them achieve their full potential through professional development and by providing an environment to develop their leadership skills and competencies.
At MOHH professional expertise and skills will be recognized and opportunities will be given to further develop them in an environment where you will collaborate and work with like-minded, driven individuals and teams
According to the news, the target is to recruit 60 medical officers from India every year from 2022 to 2024 under the tender that ended on October 10. This project is also likely to be extended till 2025. To know about the current openings Click Here.
MAHH said it recruits about 700 junior doctors every year. Of these, 90 percent are Singaporeans who either attended medical schools in Singapore or returned home after graduating from accredited medical schools abroad.
According to the company, they are looking for people who have graduated from a medical school listed in the Medical Registration Act. The shortage of doctors in the country has increased in the last few years.