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Dr. Al-Rabeeah Issues Decisions Extending the Mandate of a Number of MOH Officials
01 December 2013
His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah, has issued  a number of  decisions extending the mandate period for a number of health officials, including that of Dr. Saleh bin Ibrahim Al-Sehibani, as the Assistant Deputy Minister for Health Economics, for a year starting from 12th December, 2013 (corresponding to 9th Safar,1435H), as well as the extension of Mr. Ibrahim bin Sulaiman Al-Musaitier’s mandate as the Supervisor-General of Legal Affairs, for a year starting from 22nd December, 2013 (corresponding to 19th Safar,1435H), and the extension of Dr. Ahmad bin Muhammad Al-Na‘mi’s mandate as the CEO of  King Faisal Medical City (KFMC) for serving the Southern Region of the Kingdom, for a year starting from  23rd  December, 2013 (corresponding to 20th  Safar,1435H), Dr. Nehar bint Mezakki Al-‘Azmi’s mandate as the CEO of Prince Muhammad bin Abdul-Aziz Medical City (PMBAMC), for serving the northernregion of the Kingdom, for a year starting from  23rd  December, 2013 (corresponding to 20th  Safar,1435H). In addition, the decisions included extension of Dr. Nabil bin Hazza‘ Al-Qahtani’s mandate to undertake the duties as Supervisor-General of the Field Epidemiology Program, along with his current job duties, for a year starting from 12th  December, 2013 (corresponding to 9th Safar,1435H), the extension of the Dr. Ali bin Muhammad Al-Wadi‘i mandate as the Director General of Anti-Smoking Program, for a year starting from 5th  December, 2013 (corresponding to 2nd Safar,1435H).
It is worth mentioning that the Minister of Health has directed the mandated officials to exert their utmost efforts to serve the patients and attain their satisfaction. He also urged them to work hard to promote the performance level in the MOH facilities, in line with the criteria of the Integrated and Comprehensive Health Care Project; which insures justice, equity, accessibility and inclusiveness in distributing health services. Dr. Al-Rabeeah also wished them all good luck and success.
Furthermore, Dr. Al Rabeeah has called upon all MOH employees and those working in the health sector to help and cooperate with the mandated colleagues in assuming their tasks; in a manner achieving the public interest, as well as accelerating the health work march towards further success and progress.
For their part, the mandated officials extended their thanks and gratitude to His Excellency the Minister of Health, for this valuable trust. Moreover, they prayed for Almighty Allah to make them up to the expectation of everyone, and help them contribute, with their expertise, to supporting the health services and serving the patients, in order to achieve everyone's satisfaction.

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