Partnerships with the Private Sector

​​​The Ministry of Health (MOH) has concluded a series of agreements with charitable associations, institutions, private companies, and businessmen, in order to enhance the contribution of the private sector in health development. This would happen in accordance with the Saudi Vision 2030 Vision. It aims to enable the private sector to provide support to health services, working with the government sector to meet the needs of citizens, with high quality and efficiency. 

These partnerships are integrated with the services provided by MOH, for the greater benefit of the society and citizens. MOH continues to conclude a series of agreements with associations, charitable foundations, private companies and businessmen to open new horizons for participation between the sector and other parts of the society and achieve comprehensive health development. Examples of the agreements concluded by the Ministry with private companies and businessmen include:
  • A partnership agreement with the National Unified Procurement Company NUPC​O. It aims to improve the performance of health services through My Prescription (Wasfaty) E-Service. This service provides medicines to beneficiaries and aims to facilitate access to them by linking hospitals and primary care centers with private pharmacies. This would make these medications available everywhere, any time, and free of charge.
  • A partnership agreement with (Al-Dawaa) pharmacies​; to provide citizens and residents with COVID-19 vaccines inside the pharmacy branches. This agreement was concluded as part of the adopted strategic plan of the Kingdom; to fully control the COVID-19 pandemic.​
  • A partnership agreement with Bank Aljazira; to train professionals of health institutions and associations.
  • A community partnership agreement with Magrabi Hospitals and Centers; to perform 400 cataract surgeries.
  • A partnership agreement with Abdul Aziz and Mohammed Al Ojaimi Charity to provide health services, and medical coordination to beneficiaries, based on the concept of social responsibility.
  • A partnership agreement with Mohamed Ibrahim Al-Subaie Endowment; to support and finance an initiative to reduce surgeries waiting time in MOH hospitals, and the “Visiting Doctor” program in ophthalmology.

Last Update : 29 May 2024 01:05 PM
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