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Ministry Signs a Collaboration Agreement with Prince Sultan Humanitarian City
21 August 2010
Minister of Health, HE Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz Al Rabeeah, announced that the Ministry transferred about 1400 patient to Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Humanitarian City- Riyadh during 2009.
His Excellence cited the generous guidance of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz, and Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, the Senior Manager of Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Foundation, which focus on citizens health and advantage from health sectors great capabilities within the Kingdom, such as Prince Sultan Humanitarian City, since it is considered the greatest health services organization in the Kingdom.   
His excellence sponsorship the ceremony of signing the collaboration agreement between the Ministry of Health, represented by Dr. Khaled Al Hessian, General Manager of Medical Organizations and Offices abroad the Kingdom, and Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Humanitarian City which was represented by the Executive Manger, Dr. Abdul Aziz Al Shamekh. This agreement states on providing medical rehabilitation and surgical services for transferred patients from the Ministry to Sultan City. In addition of providing home health care programs, joint replacement programs, orthopedic surgeries and anesthesia services.       
Dr. Al Rabeeah Said: "Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Humanitarian City in Riyadh has provided many services to patients and needed people. It is considered a great support for medical health in the Kingdom, especially in rehabilitation programs, and eased patients suffering from abroad medical transferring procedures. 
Dr. Al Shamekh confirmed that this agreement is resulted from the cooperation between the Humanitarian City and Governmental Sectors to benefit from medical and rehabilitation services in the City.  
He also added: "The Ministry is dedicated to give Sultan Humanitarian City the priority in providing rehabilitation and surgical services for transferred patients which confirms that such kind of services has reached advanced stages in compare with other world countries.        
Dr. Al Shamekh also added that this agreement will contribute in serving more patients since it is not limited to medical rehabilitation services, but include advanced treatment services, which reflects developments in high health care vision and provides high quality of rehabilitation services under the supervision of specialized medical team.

Last Update : 12 April 2011 09:52 PM
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