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King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital in Riyadh Faces Huge Medical Problems

RiyadhAl-Watan Arabic newspaper published that in has serious issues represented in 52,000 patients who were on the waiting list for treatment in November and December 2010; a doctor there saw only seven patients in a month; Saudi doctors are not hired despite vacancies; and the medical facility was giving courses on Western dances. As the report said the number of patients on the waiting list was increasing from 44,000 to 52,000 between Nov. 1 and Dec. 30, 2010 because any doctor saw less than two patients per week which would be held accountable.

So, some patients would face waiting for two years to see a doctor. According to the report, there is no plan to reviews and manage the waiting list to ensure it did not become useless. The report added “Johns Hopkins University, an American school, failed to honor an agreement to send doctors to King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital. Only two doctors had been provided by the university since a contract was signed. Treatment was further hindered because laser equipment has broken down and caused delays performing operations”.

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