MOH News
Designation of Four New Directors of Health Affairs in Different Regions
21 March 2012
   His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah, has made a number of administrative decisions, which come as part of the MOH's strenuous quest for the development of its services, enhancement of health worker's proficiency, and improvement of the overall health process. These decisions reflect, besides, the Ministry's keen interest in making optimum use of the qualified health cadres, in a way that meets the aspirations of the Kingdom's leaders and governors on the one hand, and, on the other hand, satisfy citizens' health requirements. These decisions, also, come within the Ministry's consistent policy and strategy based on the alternation of senior posts, and supporting health facilities with medical and administrative competencies, seeking to enrich them with unique and distinguished health experiences within an institutional teamwork. The decisions stipulated ending the mandate of a number of directors of health affairs, upon their request, and designating new directors in place of them as follows:
 
First: assigning Dr. Ibrahim Solaiman Al-Hefdhi to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the Director-General of Health Affairs in Assir Region, and exercising all the powers granted to him for one year as of 21/3/2012, and, meanwhile, ending the mandate of Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Al-Wad'I, upon his request for personal reasons, and designating him an Advisor to the Deputy Minister of Health Affairs, aside from his medical work, for one year as of 21/3/2012.
 
Second: assigning Dr. Saleh bin Mohammed Al-Salhi to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the Director-General of Health Affairs in the Eastern Province, and exercising all the powers granted to him for one year as of 21/3/2012, and, meanwhile, ending the mandate of Dr. Tarik bin Abdulrahman Al-Salem for his reaching the retirement age and his unwillingness to extend the length of service.
 
Third: assigning Dr. Hussein Al-Rawi Al-Rowili to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the Director-General of Health Affairs in Al-Baha Region, and exercising all the powers granted to him for one year as of 21/3/2012, and, meanwhile, ending the mandate of Dr. Abdulhameed bin Sefr Al-Ghamdi, upon his request for personal reasons, and designating him an Advisor at the Minister's Office in Jeddah , aside from his medical work, for one year as of 21/3/2012.
 
Fourth: assigning Dr. Amer Mashari Al-Sa'iri to assume the tasks and responsibilities of the Director-General of Health Affairs in Bisha Province, and exercising all the powers granted to him for one year as of 21/3/2012, and, meanwhile, ending the mandate of Abudullah Mane' Al-Ahmari, upon his request for personal reasons.
 
For his part, His Excellency the Minister of Health, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah expressed his thanks and appreciation of all the outgoing colleagues for their precious efforts and great contributions to the provision of high-quality health services for Saudi citizens and residents, and the accomplishment of substantial achievements. “We will make good use of their broad expertise in other positions,” Dr. Al-Rabeeah said. It didn't escape his notice, also to give his orders to the newly assigned directors to do their best to provide best health services for patients and gain their satisfaction, thus putting into action the MOH's slogan “Patient First”, wishing success for all of them. He also gave his orders to cooperate with the new directors and help them incur their responsibilities, thereby serving and enhancing the public interest.
 



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