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As local employment moves higher on the legislative agenda of many emerging markets, our unique and proven medical localization services extend local content to the complex area of medical delivery. A compliant, competitive solution that responds to growing regulatory pressure, our programs upskill local healthcare professionals to provide medically robust healthcare to international standards.
Scoping the project against local health challenges, we identify exceptional local candidates, provide training tailored to skill levels and secure clinical placements before full deployment of local health professionals under the auspices of 24/7/365 clinical governance provided by Topside doctors.
In-country, our localization initiatives build closer ties with medical and training institutions and government departments. In the field, deployment of local doctors improves medical engagement, enhancing patient management and enabling better health outcomes.
Healthcare Needs Assessment: A comprehensive needs assessment of the resources, opportunities and problems around medical delivery in each country and road map for localization
Skills Transfer: Tailored classroom training, mentoring, shadowing and field experience
Clinical Placements: First-hand experience in emergency medicine gained in a hospital environment
Accreditation: To Advanced Life Support (ALS) standard, including skills in acute cardiac and trauma life support
Institutional Liaison: Developing success through links with in-country educational, medical and governmental organizations and creating opportunities for Continued Professional DevelopmentContact us now to learn what we can do for your organization
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of hydrocarbon activity in the next 20 years will be in developing countries.Learn about clinics
Our survey shows oil industry workers gain 5kg on one work rotationSEE RESULTS
We asked 108 land-based and offshore remote site medics how obesity was affecting their crew and their approach to medical delivery.See the results
Almost 80% said their workforce added up to 5kg in weight during one work rotation
Almost 30% said as much as 50% of their crew could be classified as obese
76% have changed their approach to health and fitness to help tackle obesityContact us now to learn what we can do for your organization
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