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Dr. Al-Eissa: “The King's Patronage for the Inauguration of PMBAH Is an Honor for MOH Employees”
26 April 2013
The Deputy of King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS), Dr. Yusuf Al-Eissa, has pointed out that the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, May Allah protect him, to the inauguration ceremony of Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz Hospital (PMBAH) in Riyadh is a great honor for all employees in the health sector, both at the academic level or the level of health practice. Dr. Al-Eissa has indicated that the hospital is reckoned a paradigm shift to the health renaissance interactions in our dear country, which has been growing year after another over the reign of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, May Allah protect him. Meanwhile, his patronage for this occasion confirms his commitment to the importance of expanding the umbrella of health and therapeutic institutions; in an endeavor to meet the citizens' health needs.
 
Dr. Al-Eissa went on adding that establishing this hospital is of the architectural and technical development. That is to be added to its multiple health specialties and recruiting a number of efficiencies; which would have a significant impact in the field of the treatment and health care domain, as well as contributing to raising the levels of bed capacity and reducing the burden on the rest of Riyadh's hospitals. In the same time, the hospital will provide more sufficient opportunities for the medical graduates to join the training programs organized therein, which thus will have a clear contribution to bridging the health gap with the highly qualified national cadres.
 
In the same vein, Dr. Al-Eissa has underscored that this distinguished hospital is truly the fruit of the  strenuous and sincere efforts of the MOH employees, led by His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, and his two deputies, who have clear fingerprints in supporting and activating the health renaissance programs that emerged in many health care facilities and hospitals in the Kingdom's regions, as well as their keenness to achieve the quality factor in performance and all medical services provided to patients and visitors. Finally, it didn't escape Dr. Al-Eissa's notice to extend his thanks to all MOH employees for this huge achievement.



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