Saudi Commission for Health Specialties

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@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-11-04

عزيزي الممارس/ عزيزتي الممارسة رغبة من الهيئة السعودية للتخصصات الصحية في التسهيل على المتقدمين لطلبات التصنيف والتسجيل ، فسيتم إطلاق خدمة حجز موعد لزيارة أحد فروع الهيئة السعودية للتخصصات الصحية ابتدءاً من يوم الأحد 5 نوفمبر 2017. لذا إن كنت تود التقديم على طلبات التصنيف والتسجيل المتاحة حاليا، نرجو منكم حجز موعدكم من يوم 5 نوفمبر 2017 في أحد فروع الهيئة السعودية للتخصصات الصحية عن طريق موقع الهيئة السعودية للتخصصات الصحية باستخدام الرابط التالي: رابط الموقع بالعربي : https://www.scfhs.org.sa/eservices/Practitioners/Pages/AppointmentsDescription.aspx هذا وتجدر الإشارة إلى انه يتعذر استقبال الممارس دون موعد مسبق للخدمة المرادة ابتداءاً يوم 5 نوفمبر 2017 Dear Practitioner Saudi Commission for Health Specialties would like to announce launching appointment booking service on 5th of November 2017 for classification and registration services. Appointment booking will allow you to reserve a specific time to visit one of the branches and select the intended service in order to provide you with the required documents to be submitted during your visit. You can book an appointment to apply for one of the classification and registration available services from the SCFHS website using below link: https://www.scfhs.org.sa/en/eservices/Practitioners/Pages/AppointmentsDescription.aspx Note: We are apologize to serve any health care practitioner without booking an appointment from 5th of November 2017

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-10-01

BULLYING a new staff from your superiors shall be reported. A new comer shall be taught in a professional way not to be in a miserable one that could lead him into traumatic experience.

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-10-01

Dear Practitioner, Please be advised that practicing without Saudi Commission License ID is strictly prohibited to the Kingdom. Anyone who violates this policy will automatically be banned from practicing professional field. A Ministry of Health is currently conducting visit to every health care institution which requires a SCFHS ID to be checked. Any hospital or healthcare instution withholding the SCFHS License shall be reported. A SCFHS ID and Certificate are solely owned by the practitioner not by the Hospital Management. With regards to this, please be complied accordingly. Warm Regards

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-08-26

Dear Practitioner, Please be informed that Mumaris and Tawasul System are in the process of upgrading. Our apology for inconvinience. Warm Regards

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-07-20

FEATURED STORY CRAB MENTALITY is a term that describes a way of thinking of a person who always try to pull down other people, not wanting them to succeed while he or she is being left behind. It’s a metaphor that refers to the crabs in a bucket. The crabs try to escape from the bucket but because they grab and pull down each other, they always fail individually and collectively. Crab mentality is also an attitude that clings on the phrase “if I can’t have it, neither can you.” The following are 7 ways to help us overcome crab mentality in our country and in ourselves. 1. Admit it. First and foremost, admit that you’re also guilty of crab mentality. Remember that you cannot overcome something that you don’t believe exists. Don’t worry. We’re all guilty of jealousy, insecurity and selfishness… at least sometimes in our lives. People around the world can also be guilty of it. Embracing humility and admitting our mistakes are noble acts that can definitely make us humans rather than crabs. “Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it’s thinking of yourself less.” – C. S. Lewis 2. Open your mind and know other people better. The more you know people, the more you will understand and develop compassion with them. If you’re insecure or feeling bitter with some people,perhaps it’s because you don’t know their true story. If you hear someone who’s becoming successful, and you feel insecure about it, try to pause for a while. Then wield some efforts to know that person better. Remember that when we realize that someone is actually a kind, generous, helpful and hardworking person who’d been through all the difficult challenges to attain his (her) success, our jealousy and insecurity can turn into an admiration. Hence, don’t be quick to judge. Take note that knowing is the beginning of loving. “Don’t judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.” – American proverb 3. Understand that helping others is also helping yourself. Perhaps the best antidote for crab mentality is unity. If you will join forces and cooperate with your comrades, you’ll be in a better position for survival. Just like the colony of ants, they all act as a team, fight as a team, and survive as a team. But for the crabs in a bucket, they all act selfishly, competing with each other and pulling down each other, leading to their demise. Now you have to make a choice, crab mentality or unity? “Where there is unity there is always victory.” – Publilius Syrus 4. Realize that crab mentality is a mentality. In other words, it’s a state of mind. That’s why you have to conquer it right in your head. Our minds can easily be influenced or corrupted by jealousy, bitterness, insecurity, hopelessness, and other negative thoughts. Thus, you have to be more mature, knowledgeable and understanding when it comes to dealing with people around you. Learn how to trust them and trust yourself from doing that. Remember that the more you distrust and underestimate other people, the more you pull them down. Trust them, uplift them, and free yourself from doubts! “Trust is the glue of life. It’s the most essential ingredient in effective communication. It’s the foundational principle that holds all relationships.” – Stephen Covey 5. Be cheerful. Have some calmness, positivity and joy in life. Instead, be happy that your countrymen are progressing. Celebrate with their success. Get tips, advice and inspirations from their success stories. Be inspired to do the same or do better. Cheer up! Dust off all your bitterness and be happy with your life. “If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.” -Dalai Lama 6. Be a leader. Leadership will teach you how to be organized, selfless, humble and responsible. Apparently, the crabs in the bucket don’t have a leader. No one is acting as a leader among them. That’s why they are chaotic and unsuccessful. To overcome this crab mentality, learn how to lead, act as a leader, and start championing the true leadership in you. “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” -John Quincy Adams 7. Overcome crab mentality for the love of our country. This mentality or attitude will not help our country move forward and achieve lasting progress. Our countrymen, whether they are leaders, followers or servants, we have to support them on their great endeavors. We have to lend our hands to help every “You must be the change you wish to see in the world.” – Mahatma Gandhi

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-07-20

To All Practitioners, Please be advised to create MUMARIS ACCOUNT as mandatory for all practitioners. This will help you for easier transaction. Do not share your password and account name to anyone to avoid complication. Below presented video shows on how you will create Mumaris. Warm Regards,

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-07-20

Dear Practitioners, Please be advised to renew your SCFHS card 3 months before it s expiration to avoid any delay and complication. Kindly complete all necessary documents before your renewal. For guidelines, kindly watch the presented video below. Warm Regards عزيزي الممارسين، يرجى ملاحظة تجديد بطاقة سكفس 3 أشهر قبل انتهاء صلاحيتها لتجنب أي تأخير ومضاعفات. يرجى استكمال جميع الوثائق اللازمة قبل التجديد. للحصول على إرشادات، يرجى مشاهدة الفيديو المعروض أدناه. تحياتي حارة

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-07-18

TOP HOSPITALS with MOST REPORTED BULLYING CASES: Health-care professionals are among the groups persistently exposed to hostile behaviours in the workplace. It has been well documented that nursing staff in particular are often exposed to workplace bullying, and this is often associated with their stressful and challenging work conditions. The behaviors involved in retaliation include freezing out, isolation, public humiliation, contempt, false criticism, malicious disparagement, trumped-up disciplinary charges and unwarranted job termination. Here are the TOP 5 List of Hospitals with Most Number of Reported Bullying and other related cases (January 2017-June 2017) 1. Prince Sultan Military Medical City, Riyadh---112 cases 2. Saudi German Hospital, Jeddah---74 cases 3. Armed Forces Hospital-Jizan---53 cases 4. King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital Jeddah ---48 cases 5. Saad Specialist Hospital Khobar---40 cases ***Note: All reported cases are being investigated.

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-07-18

For all Nurses: Saudi Commission for Health Specialties in partnership with Pearson Vue announcing for the increased question-examination items from 100 to 150 items in 3 -hour period. Result of the examination will be released after 3 days which will be determined using the range percentile scores. Saudi Commission for Health Specialties is responsible for supervising and evaluating training programs, as well as setting controls and standards for the practice of health professions. SCFHS launched its work through its competent supervisory, executive and specialist boards and committees. To date, the number of adopted programs exceeded 37. Based in Riyadh, SCFHS was established by Royal Decree No. M/2, dated 6/2/1413 AH. SCFHS is a scientific Commission which has legal personality, and its headquarter is located in the Diplomatic Quarter, Riyadh, with several branches across the Kingdom..

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-07-17

We are pleased to announce the launch of Tawasel Service through which an array of services can be done such as follow-up requests, inquiries , technical support,and provide suggestions. For more, please click on يسرنا الإعلان عن تدشين خدمة تواصل والتي يمكن من خلالها متابعة الطلبات ، الاستفسار ، الدعم الفني ، و الاقتراحات على الرابط http://www.scfhs.org.sa/eservices/Pages/contactust.aspx

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-05-19

A detailed methods on how to renew your SCFHS License.

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-05-19

Dear Practitioners, You can now verify your SCFHS License by clicking the provided link http://regvalid.scfhs.org/index2.php

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-05-18

Saudi Commission for Health Specialties, has announced that it began to receive requests to apply for both exams of Hematology, Oncology and Anesthesia electronically via Commission or Pearson View Websites. The Director General of Media and Communication & Spokesman Abdullah Al-Zehayyan, revealed that passing percentage for Hematology and Oncology exam is 60%, while passing percentage for Anesthesia exam is 55%. Al-Zehayyan has requested those applying to the Commission for accrediting in these two specialties to access to Commission’s Website www.scfhs.org to know registration procedures for exam after obtaining priority number through Commission

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-05-18

We have received an emails from other Staff of Prince Sultan Military Medical City (PSMMC) regarding so callelyiust treatmth other staff which is considered unethical code as a healthcare practitioners. Kindly report to us to stop this mal treatment. NO TO BULLYING! Code of Ethics : http://www.scfhs.org.sa/en/Media/News/Pages/news27.aspx

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-05-16

This week features on the multinational nursing in Saudi Arabia courtesy of this year s best performing health care institution---National Guard Health Affairs.

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-05-12

Accredited SCFHS CME Seminars/Trainings for May 2017

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-04-29

Update Information Service (Note: It takes 1-4 weeks to get the activation link which will be sent thru your provided email. Sending of incorrect email will automatically disqualify from registering the Mumaris System). Update Information Service for Practitioners who have a previous professional classification and registration in SCFHS. Update information Service is used to create a beneficiary account in Mumaris system, for those who already have a previous professional classification and registration in SCFHS. Through the information update e-service, the practitioner will key in his/her registration number to retrieve the record data and do the necessary updates as per his/her official ID documents. After the approval of the practitioner’s information update request, he/she can login into Mumaris System and benefit the e-services.

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-04-29

How to Renew your SCFHS License: Classification and registration card renewal service is available online for those who already have a professional classification and registration in the SCFHS and have activated their accounts in Mumaris System. The practitioner needs to meet all requirements of card renewal service that are mentioned in the “Guideline of Professional Classification and Registration For Health Practitioners” to apply online and submit the request. After reviewing and approving the request by the concerned SCFHS staff, the practitioner will receive a notification message to pay the necessary fees and receive the card through SMSA Express or one of SCFHS branches, as per delivery method preference. Note: The practitioner must prepare the attachments in a PDF format to upload instantly during the service request. Attachment Requirements for re-registration 1. Certificates of CME activities, during the previous registration period (in the absence of the required hours in your electronic account), except for the excluded practitioners who are mentioned in the professional classification and registration guide. 2. Valid identification letter issued by the employer, showing that the practitioner is continuing his practice in his specialty. 3. Recent 4*6 passport size photograph - JPEG format. 4. Valid (BLS) Certificate. Issued by the Saudi Heart Association for those who received it from within KSA. 5. Medical report for those exceeding 60 years of age from an institution other than his/her own 6. ACLS course + either ITLS course or PHTLS course, for paramedic technicians/specialists. 7. Dataflow verification certificate, OR certificate equivalency ((bachelor, masters, PhD) from the Ministry of Higher Education for Saudis who got their certificates from outside KSA), if it has not been submitted to the SCFHS previously. 8. A copy of the national ID (for Saudis)/ Iqama (for non-Saudis). 9. Medical insurance against mal-practice for physicians and dentists, covering the period of the requested re-registration

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-04-24

Certificate Verification Verification: The process of confirming and verifying certificates from its source for all health practitioners who graduated from outside the KSA. This is carried out in collaboration with an international company for this purpose called Data Flow. Purpose of Verification: The purpose of verification is to ensure safe health practice, free of practitioners holding fraud and forgery certificates. Verification is one of the primary criteria of local and international commissions for the accreditation of hospitals and health facilities in order to ensure that health practitioners can practice competently and safely. Verification Duration: The whole verification process takes between 1-5 weeks maximum. Verification fees : Physician Base Package Amount New Category :600 SAR Renew Category 400 SAR #Mandatory Requirement 1 Education + 1 Employment* Either Education / Employment / Health License #CSE Admin Fee New Category 30 SAR Renew Category 30 SAR #Additional Document Fee New Caategory: 300 SAR Renew Category :400 SAR Non Physician #Base Package Amount New Category 500 SAR Renew Category 350 SAR #Mandatory Requirement 1 Education + 1 Employment* Either Education / Employment / Health License #CSE Admin Fee New Category 30 SAR Renew Category 30 SAR #Additional Document Fee New Category 300 SAR Renew Category 350 SAR ​ ​Verification Requirements Each practitioner must create an account on Data Flow s website and complete the following: Upload his/her personal information ​ Copy of the qualification that he/she wants the Commission to classify. or qualification which has been already classified by the Commission but were not verified before during of practitioner re-registration. submit copy of his/her passport and complete Dataflow authorization form Verification by Dataflow is a requirement for all Health professionals graduating from outside KSA, and it is required to be done only once. http://www.scfhs.org.sa/en/registration/Certificates/Pages/default.aspx

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-04-24

SCFHS is Verifying Aboard Experiences in addition to Qualifications The SCFHS Board of Trustees​ has approved in its Decision No. 3 / 36 dated 06/03/1436H to verify the last letter of abroad experience of not less than one year (if any) provided by the health practitioner as a condition for professional classification. HE Secretary General of SCFHS has issued an announcement on 02/04/1436H addressed to all concerned government authorities and private health organizations that the implementation of this resolution will begin after a month of its release date on 10/05/1436H. The SCFHS will cooperate with DataFlow company to complete the process of verifying the practitioners aboard experiences in addition to their qualifications from its official sources. http://www.scfhs.org.sa/en/registration

@Saudi Commission for Health Specialties 2017-04-24

SCFHS signs an agreement paves the way to setup academics to train and graduation of Family Physicians in the Kingdom http://www.scfhs.org.sa/en/Media/News/Pages/News162.aspx


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