Some centers ready for operation: Al-Sane’a
KUWAIT CITY, Nov 13: Health Assurance Hospitals Company (DHAMAN) inaugurated the Dhaman Initial Health Care Center in Hawally recently, reports Al-Qabas daily. Board Chairman of the center Motlaq Al-Sane’a disclosed the inauguration of the first phase of the center came after three years, indicating the center will start operating once the next phase is inaugurated.
He affirmed some centers are ready for operation, while others will be completed soon in addition to two hospitals under construction. He pointed out the company’s projects aim to provide full health care to expatriates working in the private sector, stressing that any expatriate in this country has the right to enjoy health services.
On the other hand, CEO of the company Dr Mohamad Al-Qenaei unveiled in a press conference on the sideline of the inauguration that about two million people will benefit from the insurance system.
He said around 300,000 people will benefit from the center in Hawally; adding the company is now preparing to coordinate with the Ministry of Health to transfer expatriates under the insurance system.
He pointed out the health insurance fee is KD130 and sponsors (Kafil) are obliged to pay this fee for the targeted category of expatriates. He clarified the fee was specified based on the quality of service offered to expatriates, asserting this fee is less than the actual cost of the service.