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Al-Doweila’ Inaugurates 3rd Consultative Meeting of Hospital Directors and Sector Supervisors
01 December 2015
His Excellency the Vice Minister of Health, Mr. Hamad bin Muhammad Al-Doweila’, inaugurated today, Monday, the 3rd session of the consultative meeting of hospital directors and sector supervisors at Riyadh Health Affairs Directorate. The meeting was held at Riyadh Marriott Hotel, in the presence of the assistant directors general, directors of departments, 42 hospital directors and health sector supervisors at Riyadh Health Affairs Directorate. 
In his speech at the outset of the meeting, Al-Doweila’ lauded the efforts of Riyadh Health Affairs General Directorate for holding such consultative meetings and programs, which are meant for upgrading the quality of health care services in the region.
During his speech, he underlined the importance of paying attention to human resources, for being the main pillar of improving the health care services and overcoming all challenges and problems, as well as providing the best services to patients at the highest standards of quality. Besides, he underscored the MOH support for all manpower development programs in the health care domain.    
For his part, the Director General of Riyadh Health Affairs, Dr. Adnan bin Sulaiman Al Abdul-Karim, has lauded the MOH's interest and support for all efforts of developing the health care services in Riyadh region. He pointed out that this meeting aims at enhancing communication, unifying visions and trends, prioritization, reviewing opportunities of improving health care services in both preventive and curative sides and presenting the best initiatives and programs, in an endeavor to come up with useful outcomes and recommendations, to be submitted to specialists and decision-makers, as well as discussing mechanisms of implementing them in order to provide the best services for patients at all health facilities in Riyadh region during the coming period, Allah Willing. 
It is worth mentioning that the meeting comprises seven workshops, handling the topics of buying the service from the private sector, information systems, primary health care, emergency departments and clinics, measuring the performance of health facilities employees, and the management of health projects and equipment, as well as health facilities infection control.

Last Update : 08 December 2015 03:24 PM
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