Kuwait seeks to propel its healthcare forward

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KUWAIT CITY, Aug 8: Kuwait is actively and persistently pursuing efforts to propel its healthcare system forward, aiming for continuous development and a significant advancement in healthcare services to ensure that every member of society can lead a healthy life, positioning Kuwait among countries known for sustainable growth rates, reports Al-Anba daily.

The daily says, the Ministry of Health places great emphasis on fostering national competencies through training, scholarships, and collaboration with local and international health institutions by focusing on enhancing systems and procedures for the training and professional development of medical personnel. Determined to elevate the health sector’s standing, the Ministry of Health aims to highlight its strengths and bolster it amid the already high-quality healthcare services that Kuwait offers today.

This strategy serves as a fundamental pillar in nurturing a new generation of capable healthcare professionals who can effectively tackle future health challenges. It has been reported that the Ministry of Health has taken significant strides in achieving approximately 80% of the goals set by the Hearing Health Survey Program. Launched in 2013, the program’s primary objective is the early detection of hearing impairments, allowing for timely remedial and rehabilitative measures to be implemented and reducing hearing impairment rates among newborns.

Earlier, the Ministry of Health said the regulatory authorities have finally approved the ministry’s request to award a tender for operation, maintenance and repair of engineering services in the new Amiri Hospital to one of the companies that provided the lowest prices conforming to the technical conditions and specifications, for 1.7 million dinars, reports Al-Qabas daily. The sources added that the Ministry of Health has obtained other approvals related to direct contracting for the purchase of materials for the cardiac physiology department at the Amiri Hospital, “Sabah Al-Ahmad Heart Center”, at a cost of 717,000 dinars, in addition to the supply of materials used as sensors for the blood glucose meter, and sugar and insulin pumps at public hospitals whose value is 5.3 million dinars.

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