University interviews 258 candidate for Medical City self-employment program.

King Khalid University, Media Center

The medical City administration of King Khalid University (KKU) has ended up the procedures for the personal interviews of 258 candidates, who applied for health jobs in what is called self-employment. Interviews were conducted on Wednesday morning, 11/11/1436 AH, in the theater of the University, at the main building of the university, in Abha.

Interviews were conducted by a senior medical committee which composed of 11 Professors, chaired by the Executive Manager for the Medical City Project, Prof. Fouad Abaq. The details of the exercise are thus: On the first day, the committee has conducted personal interviews for more than 109 applicants, and on the second day, the committee conducted interviews for 149 applicants in the areas of adult emergency, Dermatology, Internal Medicine, anesthesia, clinical pharmacy, pediatrics, in addition to infertility, tubes, surgery, as well as quality management in hospitals.

It is noteworthy that the Committee has already marked Thursday, 12/11/1436 AH, to conduct interviews for women candidates. The exercise will take place in cooperation with the women's section of the university. The number of applicants here has reached 77. They are distributed in the fields of pharmacy, laboratories, as well as x-rays, and hospital quality management.