Iraq healthcare hiring Indian nurses - October 19, 2012

Attrition rates in Iraq’s healthcare are high and although the country’s hospitals have been improving over the years, it faces a major challenge of dealing with causalities resulting from communal issues.

Attrition rates in Iraq’s healthcare are high and although the country’s hospitals have been improving over the years, it faces a major challenge of dealing with causalities resulting from communal issues. Iraq is now hiring a lot of Indian nurses to make up for the demand in healthcare system and 31 Indian nurses have gone to Diwaniyah and 35 have been hired in Baghdad’s Medical City Hospital alone.

Source: www.financialexpress.com, October 19, 2012. “Iraq hires Indian nurses to plug shortfall”

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