Bahrain: Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Health, met with the delegation from medical companies in the Kingdom of Sweden yesterday, December 6th.
During the meeting, the Chairman of the Supreme Council for Health, Abdullah Al-Khalifa, acknowledged the significant importance of cooperation in the health addresses and shared the different experiences and cultures to obtain successful results and development in the health sector.
In his statement, Abdullah Al Khalifa further conveyed that the medical and health sector of the kingdom of Bahrain is experiencing continuous improvement and development, enhancing the nation’s image in better health infrastructure.
Furthermore, He conveyed that the gradual growth in the health and medical field comprehensively reflects the variety of improved provisions.
He stated that “therapeutic and modern healthcare options got perished for the benefit of all members of the society, including the importance of promoting means of cooperation,
the countries are sharing their experiences and health infrastructure, means, technologies and much more to achieve further the proposed development goals along with successful and positive results”.
During their meeting, the Chairman of the supreme council of Health, Abdullah Al Khalifa, was accompanied by the Deputy Minister of Health, Dr Ahmed Mohammed Al-Ansari, along with the Executive Chairman of Government Hospitals and several officials in the Supreme Council for Health and the Ministry of Health with a delegation of medical companies.
Additionally, Sweden and the Kingdom of Bahrain are looking to work together to search for new ways to cooperate smoothly between nations in the health sector.
As per the updates, different concerned areas of the association between both nations were reviewed and tested. Both the representatives of the authorities discussed several other topics of common interest. They stressed developing better relationships with each other at different levels.
They discussed strengthening and exchanging medical supplies and the latest instruments with each other in trade and specialities like Micro Therapy and Modern tech for the primary health centres.
They discussed modern ways to tackle chronic diseases and methods to educate people about them.