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Министр здравоохранения Кувейта Хилал Аль Сайер

 

Хилал Аль Сайер

21st Jan 2010 Kuwait's Minister of Health Dr. Hilal Al-Sayer affirmed on Wednesday keenness on using foreign expertise for upgrading the national health sector.

Al-Sayer, in a statement to KUNA following conclusion of a workshop on the economies of health and health insurance under sponsorship of the World Bank, affirmed that the health economies constitute some of the foundations of the health renovation, adopted by the ministry as part of the government work plan.
The ministry cooperation with the WB deals with the health insurance, assessment of the work of the ministry, upgrading communications among the ministry's various sectors and updating the information.
The ministry has already mapped out short and long term plans to improve the health services in the country by means of developing the technical and administrative performance as well as tackling the defects and flaws.

Affirming keenness of the senior political leaders on supporting the health services, the minister said that the ministry would pursue the process of improving the services at al medical centers.
For his part, the ministry Undersecretary Dr. Ibrahim Al-Abdel Hadi said in remarks to KUNA the ministry plan is aimed at applying the health insurance system to cover all citizens in a manner that ensure that they get the best level of health services.

Хилал Аль Сайер министр здравоохранения Кувейта

KUWAIT: Kuwait's Minister of Health Dr Hilal Al-Sayer announced yesterday that Mubarak Al-Kabeer Hospital will be handed over to Kuwait University in 2013. “The handover of the hospital will coincide with the ministry's takeover of Jaber Al-Ahmad Hospital,” Al-Sayer said in a joint press conference with Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Moudhi Al-Humoud following the signing of a cooperation agreement between their two ministries.

The agreement is part of the efforts of the Ministry of Health to improve the quality of medical services, enhance the performance of doctors and consolidate and regulate relationship between the Ministry and KU's Center for Medical Science,” he said.

The ministry is keen on cooperation with the KU's Medical College to reach the desired goal of upgrading the healthcare services,” he added. Dr. Moudhi said the agreement is a continuation of coordination and cooperation between the Ministry of Health and the KU for better service of Kuwaiti citizens and expatriates.

She praised the leaders of the Ministry of Health, on top of who are Minister Al-Sayer and Undersecretary Dr. Ibrahim Al-Abdulhadi for their contribution to the success of cooperation with her ministry. KU Deputy Director for Medical Science Dr. Abdullah Behbehani said the documents highlights the importance of the relationship between the KU and the Ministry of Health, and shows the desire of the two parties to pursue coordination in the medical research and education.

The agreement outlines the responsibilities and duties associated with these systems in order to achieve the desired goal in the service of the medical sector in the country, Behbehani said, pointing out that the terms of this agreement transfer dependency's to the Mubarak Al-Kabeer Hospital to Kuwait University. The handover of Mubarak Al-Kabeer Hospital will take place in phases in synchronization with of Health Ministry's takeover of Health Jaber al-Ahmad, he pointed out.

Dr. Behbehani expressed hope that the move would serve the health sector in the country through promotion of scientific and technical resources and lead to the provision of climate conducive to research and education for the service of patients. KU and the Ministry of Health have set up a senior level committee to work out a plan to transform the hospital's affiliation, he said, adding that the committee “will preserve the rights of everyone, deliver a reassuring message and disband the concerns of some do
ctors and administrators of the Ministry of Health and the hospital staff.

Dr. Behbehani affirmed the hospital needs all Kuwaiti medical and administrative cadres, pointing out that the number of students who are studying at the Kuwait University cannot be absorbed by one hospital, so the assignment system will remain in place. He stressed the keenness of the ministers of Health, Education and Higher Education to sign the agreement on practical basis with a view to correcting the shortcomings which of a previous agreement signed 30 years ago, “The hospital administration would af
filiate to KU's College of Medicine and have a budget based on the same accounting regulations of the state,” Dr Behbehani affirmed.

The signing ceremony was attended by Al-Sayer, Al-Humoud, Al-Abdulhadi, KU Director Dr Abdullah Al-Fuhaid, and Behbehani, as well as other senior leaders from KU and the Ministry of Health. – KUNA

Предыдущий министр здравоохранения Кувейта Али Мохаммед Аль-Баррак

One of the largest ministries in Kuwait, the Ministry of Health was established in 1936. However, the history of healthcare in Kuwait is much older - dating back to 1912, when officials developed medical services for the citizens and residents of the country.At present, the healthcare network in Kuwait is the best in the Gulf region and among the finest in the world. Kuwaitis receive medical services at government clinics and hospitals free of charge. Public healthcare is maintained by an intricate network of primary and secondary health centres and specialised hospitals and research institutions.

Primary Health Centres

There are 72 primary health centres spread over the country. The services offered by them include general practitioner services and childcare, family medicine, maternity care, diabetes patient care, dentistry, preventive medical care, nursing care and pharmaceuticals.

Secondary Health Centres

Secondary healthcare services are provided by the six major hospitals: Sabah hospital, Amiri hospital, Adan hospital, Farwaniya hospital, Mubarak Al-Kabeer hospital and Jahra hospital.

The structure of each one of this hospital include a general hospital, a health centre, specialised clinics and dispensaries. The policy of each hospital is to provide the best possible healthcare to all citizens and residents.

Specialised Health Centres

The specialised healthcare service centres in Kuwait include the following:

  1. Obstetrics (delivery) hospital: for maternity
  2. Chest hospital: for pulmonary ailments
  3. Psychiatric hospital: for mental disorders
  4. Ibn Sina hospital: for neurosurgery
  5. Razi hospital: for burns
  6. Kuwait Center for Allergies: for allergies
  7. Kuwait Cancer Control Center: for cancer diagnosis and treatment
  8. Hearing Impairments Center: for disorders connected with hearing
  9. Hamed Al-Essa Transplant Center: for organ transplants
  10. Sulaibikhat hospital: for physiotherapy and rehabilitation
There are many private clinics and hospitals in Kuwait. The Ministry monitors and regulates standards and fee structures in these clinics.

карта Кувейта

Кувейт разделен на 6 провинций (мохафазАт; ед.ч. — мохафазА), которые в свою очередь делятся на районы.

  • Эль-Ахмади
  • Эль-Фарвания
  • Эль-Асима
  • Эль-Джахра
  • Хавалли
  • Мубарак аль-Кабир

Основные города — Кувейт (столица), Джахра (пригород Кувейта), Хавалли, Зс-Самалия и Зль-Фухайхиль. Жилые кварталы и деловый районы расположены в Сальмийе и Хавалли. Промышленность сосредоточена в Эль-Асиме. Резиденция эмира расположена в Байяне — пригороде столицы.

 

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