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Press Release by H.E. Health Minister Following Budget
19 December 2017
The Health Minister Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah applauded the unlimited support to the health sector rendered by the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz - may Allah protect him - to provide health care to citizens across the Kingdom.

In a press release following the budget of the fiscal year 1439/1440H/, Dr. Al-Rabiah stated; "The budget brings auspicious tidings. The budget allocations to health services embodies the interest shown by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His Royal Highness the Crown Prince - May Allah protect them - in health and their support to everything necessary to protect the citizens' health and ensures their safety."

"The Ministry of Health (MOH) will endeavor - by Allah's Leave - to optimally capitalize on these allocations to develop and improve health services, boost performance across health facilities, and enhance their efficiency to meet the expectation of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques - may Allah protect him - and the citizens' health needs, in line with Saudi 2030 Vision and the National Transformation Program.”, stressed the Health Minister.

“Recently, MOH has launched a number of quality initiatives which make a qualitative shift in health services under the 2020 National Transformation Program, which is designed to secure a health added value through several paths, including: improving citizens' health outputs, facilitating accessibility to health services, developing healthcare services delivery, and much more. These paths will in turn ensure offering integrated healthcare in compliance with the top global standards.", added Dr. Al-Rabiah.

Then Dr. Al-Rabiah concluded his statement asking Allah to protect the Saudi Kingdom, its leadership and citizens, to sustain its security and stability, to guide us all along the road to prosperity and welfare, and to make all our deeds sincerely devoted to Him Alone.


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