Kuwait to build artificial limbs, Abdali medical centers: MoH
Kuwait’s Minister of Health Dr Jamal Al-Harbi said Sunday the ministry was carrying out a number of projects nationwide, including the artificial limbs center and Al-Abdali medical center.
Al-Harbi, in a statement after laying the cornerstone of Abdulrazzaq Zalzalah Medical Center in Dasma Area, said the health projects aimed at improving medical care in all areas in Kuwait.
He said the Ministry of Health was also considering provision of heart-rate monitors in primary health centers with the objective of helping save patients’ lives.
The some KD one million (around $3.3 million) two-storey Zalzalah medical center is built on some 2,000 square meters, he added.
The center, to be built in 18 months, will provide preventive and rehabilitation medical care as part of the primary health care, said Al-Harbi.
The center, he added, would also include clinics for children, diabetics, dental care, x-rays, a laboratory, chronic diseases and elderly care. (KUNA)
Top and above: Minister of Health Dr Al-Harbi during the laying of the cornerstone of Abdulrazzaq Zalzalah
Medical Center in Dasman.