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Ministers review work progress of Muharraq Private Health Care Centre

TDT | Manama                                       

The Daily Tribune –

Ibrahim bin Hassan Al-Hawaj, the Minister of Works and Dr Jalila bint Al-Sayed Jawad Al-Sayed Hassan, the Minister of Health, yesterday visited the Muharraq Medical Complex to review the work progress of the Muharraq Private Health Care Centre project.

The Ministry of Works is supervising the implementation of the project. Upon completion, the centre will have more than 100 beds, and all medical and administrative support services to care for patients with diseases that require special medical care, such as cerebral palsy.

In addition to rooms and suites for patient care, the centre includes an isolation unit for patients with infectious diseases, a laboratory, a pharmacy, x-ray rooms, and a rehabilitation unit for physical therapy and hydrotherapy.

Minister Al-Hawaj said, “The Ministry of Works assures full support to all ministries and government agencies to help them implement strategic programmes and plans to serve the country and the citizen.”

The Minister of Health called for completing the work as scheduled by adhering to the noon work ban to ensure the safety of workers. The Muharraq Private Healthcare Centre project is part of the Muharraq Medical Complex, which includes a medical centre for patients with multiple sclerosis and a maternity hospital, in addition to the existing centre for elderly care and a multi-storey building for parking.