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Minister of Health Issues 10 Resolutions Extending the Mandate of a Number of MOH Officials
04 August 2012
His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah, has approved ten resolutions meant to extend the mandate of a number of the MOH officials. The resolutions stipulate extending the mandate of Dr. Yasser bin Sa'eed Al-Ghamdi as a supervisor of the Bed Management Program for one year, as of 21/8/2012, and extending the mandate of Dr. Abdulaziz Abdulmohsen Al-Dekhail as a supervisor-general of the Patient Rights and Relations for one year, as of 21/8/2012, and Mr. Hassan bin Mahmoud Al-Fakhri to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the secretary-general of the Council of Medical Cities and MOH Specialist Hospitals for one year, as of 5/9/2012. The resolutions stipulated, also, extending the mandate of Dr. Afaf bent Samihan Al-Shemri to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the supervisor-general of International Relations for one year, as of 27/8/2012, and Dr. Morgan bin Mubarak Al-Morgan to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the director-general of Contracting for one year, as of 23/8/2012. The resolutions stipulated, besides, extending the mandate of Dr. Khaled bin Khedr Khaled Al-Kalsh to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the director-general of Self-Employment Programs for one year as of 3/9/2012, and Dr. Abdulmohsen bin Nasser Ahmed Al-Melhem to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the director-general of health affairs in Al-Ahsa for one year, as of 3/9/2012, in addition to Dr. Khaled bin Abdulaziz Rashed Al-Saaran to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the supervisor-general of Prince Salman Kidney Center for one year, as of 1/9/2012, and Dr. Hamad bin Mohamed Ali Al-Aksham to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the director-general of health affairs in Jazan Region, for one year, as of 3/9/2012.
 
Meanwhile, Dr. Al-Rabeeah called upon all designated officials to do their best in an effort to provide best-quality health services for patients, and gain their satisfaction. He further encouraged them to make every effort to improve performance at MOH health facilities, in conformity to the standards put forward by the Comprehensive and Integrated Healthcare Project, which ensures the accomplishment of justice, equality and comprehensiveness in the delivery of health services, thus facilitating access to such services.
 
It didn't escape Dr. Al-Rabeeah's notice to call upon all MOH employees to support their newly designated colleagues, and work in coordination with them in quest for the public interest, thereby leading the healthcare process in the Kingdom towards greater achievements and successes.
 
For their part, the designated officials expressed their gratitude for His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah for his precious confidence in them. The wished that they would be up to the Minister's expectations in them. This requires them to exchange experiences and contribute to supporting and developing health services, thus gaining patients' satisfaction and contentment.
 



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