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Bahrain: Health Minister Dr Jaleela plans to promotes health centres

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Bahrain: In an interview with Bahrain news agency, the Minister of Health, Dr Jaleela Bint Sayed, pointed out that the ministry is looking forward to continuing building and achieving goals related to health and expanding the scope of successful experiences into developing health services provided in Bahrain.

As per the reports, the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, ordered the opening of 9 health centres over 24 hours to contribute to reducing the number of cases received by government hospitals along with tracking emergency cases according to accredited global classification, taking into account symptoms and vital indicators.

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Manama on December 13 / Bana / Dr Jaleela, daughter of Sayed Jawad Hassan, the Minister of Health, confirmed that the support given by the Kingdom of Bahrain to the health sector following the goals of the comprehensive development march led by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the King of the Great Country, protect him God and his care.

Furthermore, the follow-ups of His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prime Minister, may Allah protect him and enhances the quality of services rendered to all members of the society by placing the Kingdom of Bahrain in the direction of the developed country in the sustainability and resilience of this vital and important sector.

The Minister of Health pointed out that the order of His Royal Highness the Prime Minister, may Allah protect him, to provide 24 hours services in 9 health centres in different governorates of the Kingdom of Bahrain contributed to the development and sustainability of health sector services and enhanced its quality and efficiency,

and led to the acquisition of personnel Community on health services easier And faster by securing direct dealing with daily minor cases in health centres which reflected the cases received by govt hospitals to critical and advanced topics.

This came in a dialogue in Her Excellency with Bahrain News Agency about the updates of 24-hour services in 9 health centres in different governorates of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The following is the text of the conversation.

The order of His Royal Highness Crown Prime Minister, 24 hours a day in 9 health centres since May last year, has resulted in great achievements in health services. What is your happiness for these achievements, building on them and expanding our reputation? Have you ever experienced this?

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