Working in Saudi Arabia:
Nursing in The Middle East, particularly in Saudi Arabia, offers credentialed healthcare professionals a great opportunity to grow in their careers, earn excellent money and have an adventure of a lifetime.
Why do Middle East and Saudi hospitals want to recruit nurses from other countries? The answer is found in supply and demand. University hospitals in Saudi Arabia have been training nurses for almost 40 years. However, the number of Saudi Arabian people entering the nursing profession falls far short of what is needed to staff the Kingdom's hospitals and clinics.
To overcome the problem of having a shortage of professionals, the hospitals have started recruiting nurses from all over the world. Therefore, the working environments are truly multicultural. In order to manage the differences in the nursing background of their staff, the hospitals follow inter generational standards, policies and procedures. Often these standards are loosely based on a system of healthcare in another country, such as USA, Canada or United Kingdom. Some of our client hospitals in Saudi Arabia are also magnet accredited