Belhoul to recruit nurses from Indonesian hospital

DUBAI - Private healthcare provider Belhoul Life Care has signed an agreement with Bina Sehat Hospital, Jembar, East Java, Indonesia to recruit qualified registered nurses who have been trained in the training centre of the Indonesian hospital.

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Published: Sat 24 Mar 2012, 2:52 PM

Last updated: Tue 7 Apr 2015, 1:44 PM

Bina Sehat Hospital, established in 1995 as a Medical Clinic, emerged as a hospital in 2003 and now is a hospital with a capacity of 213 beds and 399 employees. Bina Seha training was established to develop the skills, body, mind and soul of the nursing human resources of Bina Sehat Hospital through specialised training and job deployment programmes. Belhoul also aims in developing the training centre of Bina Sehat Hospital into a nursing school and will work as partners in the nursing school project. They will establish two new nursing schools, one in Surabaya City and the other in Jakarta City. Both have also agreed to invest in a general hospital in Surabaya City. It will be a pilot investment for other hospitals in Indonesia in future. Belhoul will support and participate in the annual charity treatment organised by Bina Sehat Hospital in Jember City.

A medical centre each will be established in Surabaya and Jakarta, which will provide medical checkup services for Indonesians who will be travelling to the UAE to take up jobs as per the requirements of the authorities here.

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