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KHEMA International Polyclinic
#28, St 294, BKK1, Phnom Penh, Cambodia



KHEMA International Policlinic, an expansion project of KHEMA Clinic and Maternity, is now looking for full time and part time specialist doctors in the following medical specialties:

Anesthetist-Resuscitator –3 posts Internal Medicine Specialist – 1 post
Allergist – 1 post Neonatologist – 1 post
Cardiologist – 3 posts Nephrologist – 1 post
Critical Care Medicine Specialist – 2 posts OB/GYN Specialist – 3 posts
Emergency Medicine Specialist – 2 posts Ophthalmologist – 1 post
Endocrinologist – 1 post Pediatrician – 3 posts
Family Medicine Physician – 3 posts Rheumatologist – 1 post
Gastroenterologist – 1 post Radiologist (diagnostic) – 3 posts
Hemato-oncologist – 1 post Surgeon (Pediatric) – 1 post
Hepatologist– 1 post Surgeon (General) – 1 post
Geriatric Medicine Specialist – 1 post Surgeon (Orthopedic) – 1 post

♦ Medical Doctor with at least 5 years of continuous work experience in relevant fields including residency specialty training and/or subspecialty fellowship programs in well recognized teaching hospital settings
♦ Exposure to multicultural or international work environments an advantage
♦ Effective communication skills in English or French
♦ Computer literacy plus a good understanding of clinical practice systems
♦ Openness and willingness to learn and adapt to KHEMA’s corporate culture and values

Interested candidates should email your CV with a cover letter to or drop a hard-copy at KHEMA Clinic and Maternity’s front desk #18, Street 528 in ToulKork. Closing date 12 March 2016 at 5pm.

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