MOH News
Eng. Al-Fakhri Named Acting Deputy Minister for Supply and Engineering Affairs
30 June 2015
His Excellency the Minister of Health, Eng. Khalid Al-Falih, has issued a ministerial resolution assigning Eng. Hussein bin Mahmoud Al-Fakhri as the Acting Deputy Minister of Health for Supply and Engineering Affairs, for one year, as of the date of adopting this resolution, while keeping on assuming his tasks and responsibilities as the Chairman of Tenders Examination Committee (section III), as well as the supervisor of Ministry's plots of land.
 
Meanwhile, Eng. Al-Fakhri expressed his thanks to His Excellency the Minister of Health for such precious trust, hoping to be up to the expectation of everyone, and contribute to supporting and developing the health services in a manner that achieves satisfaction for all.
 
Eng. Hassan Al-Fakhri is one of the efficient administrative and financial competencies. He obtained the Advanced Management Program (AMP) from Harvard University, Management Program for Executives (MPE) from University of Pittsburgh, and BA of civil engineering from the University of Porcelan.
 
He worked for Al Bilad Bank from 2007 to 2009, and then served as an advisor at the same bank in 2010, in addition to occupying several positions, such as the director-general of the companies financing group at Riyadh Bank from 1999 to 2006, vice president and head of customers strategies and tactics at Bank Al Jazira from 1997 to 1998, deputy director-general of Azizia Panda United Co. from 1995 to 1997, assistant director-general and director of financial and administrative affairs at the Arab National Bank from 1992 to 1995, head of the therapeutic department at the Saudi American Bank from 1981 to 1987, as well as the director of relations and in-charge of the therapeutic department at the same bank, and a deputy director-general at the United Saudi Commercial Bank from 1981 to 1992.
 
It's worth mentioning here that, this resolution comes within the framework of the MOH’s approach to developing its administrative output, and rotate the senior positions; with a view to pushing the development wheel and upgrading the technical and administrative work, as well as attracting the varied experiences that cover as much of the comprehensive services provided to citizens as possible.
 
 



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