Full-Time HCG Hospitals job openings for Medical Admin, Nursing and Marketing
HCG Hospitals – Healthcare Global Enterprises Ltd., is a progressive healthcare organization focused on delivering quality healthcare with resolute ethics and complete transparency. Its success thrives on an effective blend of human expertise and advanced technology. Instilling hope in millions for more than two decades now, HCG has become a synonym for the most trusted healthcare brand in India.
With an aim to spread its wings of healthcare across the nation, HCG is set to launch its multi super specialty hospital in Rajkot. Besides redefining the standards of healthcare in Rajkot, this facility will also offer aspiring healthcare professionals in the city an opportunity to fulfill their passion and explore their potential with the best in the business.
HCG Hospitals job vacancies for Medical Admin, Nursing, Clinical Engineering and Marketing
HCG is the right place, if you are an individual driven to excel at the highest level in the healthcare industry.
Applications are invited for senior, middle and junior levels in:
1. HR & Admin
3. Medical Admin & Medical Record
7. Imaging Service/Radiology
8. Laboratory/Pathology Service
9. Clinical Engineering
10. Information Technology
14.International Patient Care
Interested candidates can mail their CV to email@example.com Or Call on 079-490 40118
To explore our world of healthcare, visit www.hcghospitals.in
– Ayodhya Chowk,
Nr. Astha Avenue,
Off. 150 ft. Ring Road,
Rajkot – 360005
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