Wizrom Software, the company with the largest number of ERP clients in Romania, gladly announces that the 6 Romanian resident medics who won a Wizrom-sponsored scholarship and completed the application process, will leave the country for the prestigious university hospital of Sheba Hospital in Israel, based on the SHI Training Fellowship programme launched in late 2012. They will return after completing a 3-year training programme, in 2016, with the commitment of working another 5 years at least in a public hospital in Romania.
The six Romanian resident medics who have won the fellowships are: Camelia Ţăran at Neonatology, Adrian Necula and Monica Andreea Sandu at Anaesthesiology / Intensive therapy, respectively Cosmin Florescu, Daniela Necula and Irina Marin at Pathology. The fellowship programme is fully financed by Wizrom Software and Sheba Medical Center and is covering all costs of accommodation and transport, plus the salary of the medics for the 3-year period of medical residency at Sheba Hospital in Israel.
“Our involvement in projects of this type is one of the means by which we are making a difference in our society, while lending a helping hand in the professional development of one very important domain for each one of us. We are confident that the 3 years of experience in one of the most prestigious hospitals will help the winners becoming even better professionals and help Romania developing in an area that is very important for each Romanian”, Zohara Davidai, chairman of the Board of Wizrom Software said.
All resident medics are enthusiastic about this experience and keen to start their professional journey in the largest medical care facility in Middle East. “The process of getting the visa to work as resident medic in Israel has been a long one, but each moment of patience was worth, for sure. Now that I’m ready to leave, the enthusiasm is event bigger. I’ve pleasantly surprised by the attitude of the Sheba Medical Centre staff: they’ve been extremely flexible on our requests and I am convinced we’ll work in the most modern conditions in the world in this moment. This opportunity is a first important step for sustaining the Romanian medical system and I recommend to all colleague resident medics to watch for the scholarships offered in any speciality with the support of Mr. Eli Davidai and to confidently submit applications”, said Cosmin Florescu, resident medic in Pathology, one of the Romanian medics to leave to Israel in days.
The fellowships have been granted for resident medics in the course of training for Neonatology, Anaesthesiology / Intensive therapy or Pathology and cover all costs of accommodation and transport, plus the salary for the 3-year period of medical residency at Sheba Hospital in Israel. The salary offered is approximately 3,000 USD (2,400 euro) gross per month. More details about the full package of benefits are available here and include health insurance, accommodation, professional medical liability and third party insurance, and others.