Ministry of Health Undersecretary gos to Emirati patients in Thailand
His Excellency (H.E.) Dr. Mohamed Salim Al Olama, Undersecretary for the Ministry of Health (MoH), recently went to Emirati clients currently going through treatment throughout numerous personal hospitals in Bangkok, Thailand. Al Olama led a delegation of senior ministry authorities to examine the condition of medical and healthcare services being provided to Emirati residents-- reflecting the UAE federal government's interest in the health and health and wellbeing of its nationals.
Joining the MoH Undersecretary were H.E. Dr. Nasser Khalifa Al Budoor, Assistant Undersecretary, MoH and Director of Dubai Medical District; Dr. Essa Al Mansouri, Director of International Organizations Department and Director, Undersecretary's Office, MoH; Dr. Mohammed Abdullah Al-Hamoudi, Director of Fujairah Medical Zone and Supplement Health and Mohammed Abdul Rahman Al Jarwan, UAE Embassy in Thailand.
The Emirati clients felt happiness and joy over being gone to by the leading UAE officials as well as revealed well desires and prayers for His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE.
Undersecretary Al Olama shared that the visit falls in line with the UAE government's commitment to inspecting the health and wellbeing of Emirati patients seeking treatment inside and outside the country. He also explained that the Ministry will extend all help needed by Emirati's seeking medical treatment abroad-- from the assistance of all travel documentation to the acquiring of proper medical reports for the client. He directed local embassy officials to perform routine visits to Emirati patients, particularly throughout National occasions and vacations-- further directing them to advise regional healthcare authorities to offer the very best medical services for these Emirati patients.
In addition to going to Emirati patients, the MoH delegation also met the UAE embassy's health attaché in Bangkok. Throughout this meeting, Undersecretary Al Olama was briefed on the local embassy's efforts in assisting in the medical treatments of Emiratis in Thailand, both at the expenditure of the MoH and those paid by the patients themselves. The delegation was likewise provided with printed guides and sales brochures featuring essential details about health centers duly accredited and suggested by the embassy.