According to aljarida The Ministry of Health conducted a second rotation that included the pharmacy sector, heads of nursing, physiotherapy departments, regional health care heads and department heads
In less than a week, it included a number of directors of central departments and heads of medical and technical departments in hospitals and specialized centers.
The first batch of recycling was released on September 28.
Informed health sources revealed to the newspaper that this rotation was supposed to see the light a month ago, but the circumstances of the “Corona” pandemic prevented it.
The rotation, which was issued yesteday, included nursing heads in health districts and hospitals, heads of physiotherapy departments, and heads of primary health care in health districts. The rotation also included appointing pharmacist Adel Al-Salem as director of the medical warehouse department, and pharmacist Yaqoub Salem as director of the pharmaceutical and pharmaceutical services department, Donia Bastaki as director of the Drug Registration Department. Khaled Al-Yaseen as director of the Medical Engineering Department, and pharmacist Reem Al-Issa as director of the Drug Inspection Department.
The rotation also included the appointment of Karima Karam, head of the nursing body in Mubarak Al-Kabeer Health District, Nassima Al-Abbad as head of the Nursing Authority in the Hawalli Health District, and Sakina Bakhsh as head of the Nursing Authority in the Ahmadi Health District, and the heads of the nursing staff in hospitals and physiotherapy departments were also rotated. The renewal was also made for the heads of medical and technical departments in hospitals and specialized centers, and a rotation of heads of health care in health areas was also carried out, and included the appointment of Dr. Fahd Al-Azmi as head of primary care in the Farwaniya Health Zone, Dr. Aseel Al-Sabri as Head of Primary Care in the Ahmadi Health District and Dr. Amani Al-Saqabi as Head of Care Elementary in Hawalli Health District and Dr. Anwar Al-Rashed as Head of Primary Care in the Capital Region.