Bahrain: Chairman of Supreme Council of Health held an inspection visit to Salmaniyah Medical Complex

His Excellency Doctor Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Health, confirmed the Kingdom of Bahrain is keen to continue to introduce more initiatives to provide the best health services to citizens and residents in line with health sector development initiatives in the Kingdom, according to the Supreme Court Standard of quality and excellence.

His Excellency Doctor Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Health, confirmed the Kingdom of Bahrain is keen to continue to introduce more initiatives to provide the best health services to citizens and residents in line with health sector development initiatives in the Kingdom, according to the Supreme Court Standard of quality and excellence.

 

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This came during the inspection visit of His Excellency the Chairman of the Supreme Council of Health to the Salmaniyah Medical Complex today, accompanied by His Excellency Dr Jalila, daughter of Al-Sayed Jawad Hassan Minister of Health, Sheikh Hisham bin Abdulaziz Al-Khalifa, Chairman of the Board of Secretaries of Government Hospitals, and in the presence of Dr Ahmed Mohamed Al-Ansari, the executive president of government hospitals and a number of the officials of Salamiya Medical Complex.

In this regard, His Excellency, the Chairman of the Supreme Council for Health, appreciated the continued support and good guidance of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of the Great Country.

For all health sector development projects in the Kingdom, reflecting on the improved quality of services rendered and increased citizen and resident satisfaction.

The field visit included several facilities of the complex to view the latest updates on the developmental projects carried out by government hospitals in Salamaniya Medical Complex and the expansion project of the Incident, Emergency Department and the ICU for their significant role in providing services.

Quality for all the complex disciples, from the general patients and reviewers, were done reviewing and discussing the comprehensive development plan of Salmania Medical Complex and several keynotes aimed at developing health services in government hospitals and providing high-quality healthcare to all members of the community.

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In turn, Her Excellency Dr Jalila, the daughter of Sayed Jawad Hassan, the Minister of Health, expressed deep gratitude and appreciation to His Excellency the Chairman of the Supreme Council of Health for his inspection visit to various health facilities in the Kingdom, assuring everyone’s keenness to continue promoting the progress of the health sector in the Kingdom Bahrain at different levels, what contributes to the realization The Kingdom’s vision in providing healthcare services of the highest levels of quality, excellence and competitive.

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