مستشفى الأهلي يستقطب 15 ممرضة من لتوانيا

مستشفى الأهلي يستقطب 15 ممرضة من لتوانيا

دعا الدكتور عبد العظيم حسين المدير الطبي بالمستشفى الأهلى الممرضات القطريات للانضمام الى الطاقم التمريضي بالمستشفى ,كاشفا عن مميزات خاصة تتعلق بطبيعة العمل والرواتب تقدمها المستشفى الاهلي للممرضات القطريات ,مؤكدا في الوقت نفسه أن الاولوية في التوظيف دائما للقطريين .

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Al-Ahli Hospital to hold medical symposium on Wireless Cardiology to mark World Heart Day

Wireless Cardiology to help monitor cardiac patients

Al-Ahli Hospital will hold a Medical Symposium on 27 September 2011 at Al-Ahli Hospital Auditorium.  This seminar is meant for all interested doctors in Qatar and registration is free of charge.

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Al-Ahli Hospital starts accepting female expatriates for Medical Commission Tests

Male and female expatriates arriving in Qatar now eligible to visit Al-Ahli Hospital for Medical Commission Tests
 
Following the recent directive to allow Al-Ahli Hospital to start accepting male individuals for medical tests, this service has now been extended to newly-arrived female employees.

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Ultraviolet rays during summer can be life threatening! – warns expert

Use of sunscreen protection advised whilst exposed under the sun
 
As the temperature continues to soar in Qatar and in the Middle East as a whole, Dr. Mohd Fayez Badawi, Consultant Dermatologist at Al-Ahli Hospital, provides some good advice: “Many people do not take precautions against the ultraviolet rays which can be very harmful.  One needs to use creams with a high Sun Protection Factor (SPF).”

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Qatar one of the leading nations in Obesity – state experts

Al-Ahli Hospital Medical Symposium on Morbid Obesity identifies latest surgical options
 
“Qatar is one of the leading nations when it comes to Obesity,” stated Dr. Abdulazim Abdul Wahab Hussain, Consultant General Surgeon and Medical Director of Al-Ahli Hospital, while speaking at the Medical Symposium on Morbid Obesity.  Over 100 doctors from Doha attended this Symposium.  “It is reported that 39% of the population is obese with the incidence in women being much higher.  It is an endemic problem and it is also a vicious circle that the prosperity and increase in disposable income has led to high calorie diet and sedentary lifestyle, which in turn is the main cause of obesity,” he added.
 

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