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Kuwait And British Clinic Sign Health Services Development Deal

Kuwaiti Minister of Health Hilal Al-Sayer announced the signing of its three-year agreement with the British Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children for developing health services at the National Bank of Kuwait’s s (NBK) hospital for children.8-7-2010-1

The British clinic will provide medical services to the Kuwaiti hospital in the domain of children’s blood diseases and cancer and neurological surgery. Also train a Kuwaiti medical team in cancer treatment, the minister told a news conference on the occasion of the signing of the agreement.     In addition to that it will to review, and give advice on, children’s blood and cancer diseases, in order to find a way for joint care for providing high-level medical services similar to those offered in the UK, and overhauling work policies and treatment protocols with a view to improving medical care by means of using the help of a high-level British medical team on a monthly basis. The Kuwaiti Ministry of Health is also keen on providing high-level medical care to children suffering from cancer, and on developing specialized, training and learning health services, as well as cutting the costs of foreign medical treatment, according to Al-Sayer. “The ministry was seeking to develop medical services at all health facilities nationwide through a qualitative and quantitative strategic plan,” said, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Abdulhadi. He hailed NBK for establishing this hospital out of its belief that health is a shared responsibility.

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