- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Nurse2 Mar 2023 - Registered Nurse in WayanadRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Best hospital in qatar and middle eastern
Good atmosphere and management support
Other Employee Reviews
- Former Employee★★★★★
Designed, developed the emergency department for a new hospital in Doha, Qatar.5 Jan 2015 -RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
This was the best personal growth experience I have ever had in regard to personal growth, based on my past experience as an ED nurse. I feel I have excelled within the nursing arena due to taking on challenges that I would not have done were I still in the USA working as an ED nurse.
It has been a difficult road to find a nursing job that would accept the fact that I was not working as a "nurse" during my time in Doha. I feel I have excelled and use my experience in making me a better and stronger nurse.Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
If you care about quality and patient safety, stay away!19 Sept 2021 - Attending Physician in Honolulu, HIRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Absolutely beautiful building. Many kind and hard-working colleagues. Good salary. Qatar is a lovely country.
Began as a lovely and exciting dream, focused on cutting edge medical care for women and children, research, and medical education. Could have been the key to improving health care for women in Qatar and the Middle East. While the published Mission, Vision, and Values never changed, the internal vision changed on multiple occasions. Sidra has ended up a poorly managed private hospital aggressively competing for a limited private practice population, with little or no interest in caring for the majority of the population. They essentially severed relations with the WCMC-Q medical school and the teaching mission is lost. The leadership is more interested in maintaining power and their salary than actually running a quality hospital. Trust, care, teamwork, transparency, innovation, and efficiency went out the window! Because of massive waste and mismanagement the leadership was forced to go through several rounds of cost cutting, and everyone walked around with the sword of Damocles over their heads. Unfortunately, the focus of the culls was on the experienced medical and administrative staff who knew what they were doing and, oh my, spoke out in support of quality care, patient safety and fiscal responsibility. Currently, morale and standards are at an all time low and I could not recommend that hospital to any patient I cared about. Most everybody is just holding on because of the high salaries, as they look for other opportunities (to be fair, many of the physicians are continuing to provided excellent care, in spite of the barriers). There is zero opportunity for growth, unless you are a cutthroat who cares little about quality healthcare. It could've been beautiful, but now it's just sad.Continue reading