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The Vice Minister of Health Checks on the Injured Security Guards at Asser Central Hospital
09 August 2015
The Vice Minister of Health for Health Affairs, Mr. Hamad bin Muhammad Al-Duweila‘, has visited the security guards, who were injured in the bombing of the Emergency Mosque in Asser region, and the other hospitalized patients at Asser Central Hospital; to check on their health status. During the second visit he paid Sunday morning, Mr. Al-Duweila‘ extended the greetings of His Excellency the Minister of Health, Eng. Khalid Al-Falih and the staff of the Ministry to the injured people, and wished them a speedy recovery.
 

Within the same vein, Mr. Al-Duweila‘ has listened to an elaborate explanation from the Director General of Asser Health Affairs, Dr. Ibrahim bin Sulaiman Al-Hefdhy and the Supervisor General of Asser Central Hospital, Dr. Abdulaziz bin Ahmad Hijan, on the health status of the injured people. Besides, Mr. Al-Duweila‘ has given his orders to provide them with the high-level medical treatment.

 

For their part, the injured people extended their thanks and gratitude to Mr. Al-Duweila‘, for his visit and the health service provided for them.

 

On the other hand, the Vice Minister of Health for Health Affairs has checked on the readiness and integration of the health facilities, and on the implementation of the emergency plans in case of crises and disasters, Allah forbid. Concluding his tour, Mr. Al-Duweila‘ met a number of citizens and listened to their comments, then gave his orders for the officials to find the proper solutions for these comments and meet the health needs of citizens.
 
 

 



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