43 Job Opportunities at Iringa Regional Hospital February 2021

Job Vacancies at Iringa Regional Hospital February 2021 [43 position]


Job Vacancies at Iringa Regional Hospital February 2021 [43 position]

Job Vacancies at Iringa Regional Hospital February 2021 [43 position] Iringa Reginal Hospital invites Tanzanians Qualified youth to Apply for 43 Announced job Vacancies Hospitali ya Mkoa wa iringa


  Iringa Regional Hospital is one of 25 regional hospitals in Tanzania, offering care to a population of over 1.5 million people. Departments include: Medical, Paedicatric, Surgical, Orthopaedics and Traumatology, Obstetric and Gynaecology, Opthalmology, Dental, Radiology, and Laboratory. Like many other hospitals in developing countries, Iringa Regional faces problems, yet these problems help to heighten the experience for volunteers and work experience students, giving them an all-rounded insight into the work of healthcare professionals in much more varied conditions than those back home

For pre-medical students who want to know what being a doctor is really like, Gap Medic’s overseas volunteering programs in Tanzania is the perfect way to find out. During your time on placement, you will get the opportunity to work in different departments, shadowing doctors as they carry out their day to day duties in this busy hospital. With a total of 365 beds, you will be sure to be kept busy through the day, learning something new in whatever type of medicine you are interested in, from obstetrics to emergency care.

Some of the most common causes for admission to Iringa Regional Hospital are children suffering from malnutrition, pregnant women with pregnancy related complications, or complications with childbirth and infectious diseases. Whether you are interested in paediatrics, midwifery or tropical medicine, a placement in this Tanzanian hospital can give you invaluable insight and experience that you simply would not find back home in the US. More importantly, medical work experience in Tanzania will give you a realistic view of what hospital life really is like in lesser developed countries.

Midwifery Volunteering

There are many reasons why midwifery volunteering is so popular in this hospital. Homebirths are the norm in this country and women only tend to come to the hospital in case of any complications or emergencies with their pregnancy. For budding midwives, this is a rare opportunity to observe professional midwives dealing with complicated cases without a fraction of the facilities that are otherwise considered essential back




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