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Recruitment for a Global Surgery Fellow in Haiti

By Susie Kinyanjui | 21 Feb, 2017

Overview
The St. Boniface Haiti Foundation (SBHF) is dedicated to providing essential health services to the people of southern Haiti, especially the most vulnerable. We are committed to building a comprehensive, efficient, and resilient health system that provides high quality care. We believe that ensuring access to life-saving and life-changing health services is a critical component to building strong and productive communities. SBHF is a non-governmental organization headquartered in Newton, Massachusetts, that supports and engages in the provision of quality health care at the 123-bed St. Boniface Hospital in Fond-des-Blancs.

The General Surgery Fellow will be based at St. Boniface Hospital in the newly opened surgical center with three operating rooms and will work to maintain a high standard of surgical care. The General Surgery Fellow will report to the Chief of Surgery, and will have a close working relationship with the Medical Director and the Director General at St. Boniface Hospital.

Please visit http://www.haitihealth.org/join-us/jobs-internships/general-surgery-fellowship for more details.

Replies

 

Alliance Niyukuri Replied at 4:33 AM, 22 Feb 2017

Thank you for the information.

Can a surgeon trained in Africa Certified by the Cosecsa or WACS apply for
this job?

Sunday Chinenye Replied at 6:57 AM, 22 Feb 2017

I still join others to inquire if a Surgeon trained and certified in Africa
can apply for this job .
Talking from perspective of WACS curriculum content , I know they have
wonderful experience, knowledge and skill to perform well in such Resource
Limited setting .

Susie Kinyanjui Replied at 8:13 AM, 22 Feb 2017

Yes, we welcome applications from Surgeons trained and certified in Africa.

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