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MOH Information Center Hosts Dr. Mona Al-‘Awwad Tomorrow “Wednesday”
02 July 2013
As a part of its Summer Health Awareness Program “Seoff”, the Media and Health Awareness Information Center at the Ministry of Health (MOH) keeps on hosting more physicians, given that, it will host tomorrow Dr. Mona bint Muhammad Al-‘Awwad, a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynecology; in order to answer all women’s inquires on their health issues and diseases, especially in the summer season, and to provide them with some tips that enable them to fast the Holy Month of Ramadan.
Within the same vein, Dr. Al-Awwad, is to receive all callers’ enquiries tomorrow “Wednesday” 3/6/2013 (corresponding to 24/8/1434H) from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. via the Center’s toll free number: 8002494444 or through the MOHPortal on Twitter: @SAUDIMOH.
Furthermore, the Center intents to receive Dr. A'ishah bint Muhammad Al-Shammari, a Consultant in Communicable Diseases and Head of the MOH National Expanded Immunization Program, on Thursday 4/6/2013 (corresponding to 25/8/1434H) from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.; in order to answer callers’ enquiries on the most prominent vaccinations that are must be taken before travelling, identify the groups who should take such vaccinations and to provide the public with the most prominent health tips that should be followed during the summer; in an endeavor to avoid the communicable diseases.
It is noteworthy that the MOH Media and Health Awareness Information Center has received, through its Summer Health Awareness Program “Seoff”, over the past days an elite selection of physicians with various specialties from different hospitals in the Kingdom, including, Dr. Salehah Babli and Dr. Safeyyah Al-Sherbieny, Consultants in Endocrinology and Diabetes, Dr. Saud Al-Hassan and Dr. Faten Al-Radiny, Consultants in Family and Community Medicine, Dr. Hafiza Turkestani, a Consultant  in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Khaled Al-Nemr, a Consultant in Cardiology and Catheterization, and Dr. Ahmad Abu Abah, a Consultant in Pediatric Respiratory Diseases.
Within the same vein, the Center will be fully ready as usual to receive citizens and residents’ enquiries and questions on all diseases and health issues; given that a group of female specialists have been recruited to answer the questions of the callers and interested parties, via the toll-free number: 8002494444, allocated by the MOH for health enquiries and also to publish more medical information that attracts the attention of the sick and healthy people alike.

Last Update : 04 July 2013 12:18 PM
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