Offshore Medic

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What does the work consist of?
The Medic provides medical services to all crew members and is on call 24/7 when on the rig.
He/she ensures that the stock of medical and nursing supplies is kept at the required level at all times. If a medical evacuation of a person is required, the medic is responsible for arranging this in cooperation with the OIM.

The Medic is responsible for the organization of preventative healthcare, supervision of physical and mental health of personnel, administration of first aid treatment, supervision of medical emergency preparedness procedures, control of hygienic standard on the rig, and registration of chemicals and medical substances.

What do I need to know to hold the position?

  Medical Certificate in accordance with the requirements stipulated by the continental shelf authority for the current operating area, this can be as a nurse or doctor.

How do I get there?

You are a registered nurse with experience from the emergency department, paramedic or similar. Offshore experience is not a prerequisite.

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2 thoughts on “Offshore Medic

  • June 14, 2015 at 3:43 am

    I would highly appreciate if you would let me introduce myself in brief for the position of Offshore Physician.

    I did M.B.B.S. from Sir Grant Medical College (Sir J.J. Group of Hospitals Mumbai) 2002. Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals is nearly a 2000 bedded Teaching Hospital, a Tertiary Care Center and a Level One Trauma Center with drainage area from whole of Maharashtra State. It has one of the finest Trauma Services with advanced imaging modalities like Magnetic Resonance Imaging, CT. Scanning, Interventional Radiology, Ultra Sonography etc.

    1. M.B.B.S. from Sir Grant Medical College (Sir J.J. Group of Hospitals)

    2. Diploma in Fire and Safety from National institute of labor and education management.

    3. Certificate course in Emergency and Trauma.

    4. (ATLS/ACLS/PALS/ECG) American Heart Association

    5. Hands on training on Cardiac and Trauma Emergencies from Hinduja Hospital Mumbai.

    6. Almost 9 years of Offshore experience on Indian and International water.

    7. Achieved Acknowledgement from almost every client.

    Worked as trainer in Cardiac Emergencies and safety in off days.

    I have sound experience of Middle East, Africa and India with their respective clients:

    1. ARAMCO Diving Vessel (K.S.A. Location Alkhafji).

    2. CPOC/TLO Diving vessel (Malaysia Off Kota bharu).

    3. ONGC (Jackups (India Mumbai High).

    4. Reliance Drill ship ( India Kakinada East Coast).

    5. Exxon Mobile (Luanda Angola).

    6. Sipem. Pipe lay DP3 vessel. (China).

    7. Cheveron. (Thailand)

    My objective is to work as a Medical Officer in a reputed company to assist the company in running successful operations. Nevertheless represent the company’s interests honestly and fairly.

    I am looking forward your positive reply.

    Kindly acknowledge the receipt of my mail.

    Thanks & Best Regards

    Dr. Mohammad Nadeem


    • June 14, 2015 at 7:33 am


      This is not the place to place an application. is an informational website, not an offshore company website. You should apply through normal channels. If you have trouble with that, please follow this URL:

      And read from the paragraph where it says ‘So here goes, let me help you’ (written in red). Read it thoroughly and follow the advice. You will be hired much sooner.

      Good luck.

      ByTheWay Mohammed, what’s this number you posted 9871370609?


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