Medline academy was commenced on 11th april 2016, with a single student, feba thomas who passed the saudi prometric exam. Since then we have been very successful with 80-90 students attending the classes for dha, haad, saudi prometric, oman prometric, qatar prometric,sharjah moh, kuwait moh and saudi pearson vue exam with assured success.
To ASSIST NURSES WHO aspire 100% result for mandatory qualifying exams like dha, haad, saudi prometric, oman prometric, qatar prometric,sharjah moh, kuwait moh and saudi pearson vue
The Health Authority – Abu Dhabi (HAAD) is the regulative body of the Healthcare Sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and ensures excellence in Healthcare for the community by monitoring the health status of the population India serves as one of the major man power provider for the Gulf countries.
DHA is the licensing examination basically generated for working in Dubai. (DHA is accepted allover UAE for working as a Registered Nurse. It is mandatory for all health care personnel and previous experience also needed. (For Nurses, Doctors, Pharmacist, Lab Technician, Dietician, CT, MRI technician, etc).
Prometric Examination for Nurses is the popular name for Saudi Council Examination. For those foreign-educated nurses seeking better employment status in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, taking this examination is a priority requirement.This exam assesses how competent a nurse is since working in a different country.
MOH is the licensing exam generated for working in SHARJAH (UAE), OMAN, BAHRAIN, KUWAIT, SAUDI AND QATAR. You can attend the following MOH licensing exams (except Sharjah and Kuwait) anywhere in India (Bombay, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Thiruvananthapuram).
In order to look for nursing opportunities in Canada you need to qualify Canadian Registered Nurse Examination (CRNE). So, to be able to get through this exam you need to rely on professionals who are a part of it. The CRNE consists solely of multiple-choice questions. Each provincial or territorial nursing regulatory body in Canada is responsible for ensuring that the individuals it registers as nurses meet an acceptable level of competence before beginning to practice.