Kuwait City: The Health Ministry asked the Civil Service Commission for new job vacancies to sign contracts with 350 new expat doctors to meet the needs of new hospitals and medical centres that started work or will open shortly.
Official sources said the ministry asked the commission for a quick response to avoid any shortage in doctors needed by medical centres, Kuwait Times reports.
They said the health ministry will start interviewing doctors from Jordan and Palestine, who are expected to be contracted before the end of the year.
Meanwhile, they said the ministry will also sign contracts with doctors from India, and 500 nurses and technicians from India and the Philippines.
The sources said the CSC told the health ministry that expat administrative employees should be replaced by Kuwaitis, especially since there are Kuwaitis registered at the central employment department having certificates in secretarial and administrative specialities.
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