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Urgent agreement to provide respirators to people with limited income
Urgent agreement to provide respirators to people with limited income

Urgent agreement to provide respirators to people with limited income

At a cost of OMR50,000, the Ministry of Health recently signed an agreement to supply respirators to Social Security patients and low-income patients.

The Ministry of Health said in a statement: “The Ministry of Health recently signed an agreement to supply respirators to social security patients and people with income.”

The decrease of 50,000 Omani riyals, for the third year in a row, was funded by the Omani Indian Fertilizer Company SAOC (OMIFCO).

The agreement was signed by Her Excellency Dr. Fatima Muhammad Al-Ajmi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Administrative, Financial and Planning Affairs,

And Director of Corporate Sustainability and Communications M. Khaled Al-Fana Al-Araimi.

Dr. Al-Ajmi stressed the importance of the partnership between the public and private sectors for the public good, praising OMIFCO's initiative in financing the purchase of ventilators for low-income patients and social security for the third year in a row.

The representative of OMIFCO, Mr. Al-Araimi, affirmed the company's commitment to activating partnership and cooperation with government institutions to serve the development of the country with regard to health services provided to citizens in the Sultanate of Oman.

NS. Al-Araimi added that the agreement enhances the efforts of health services and serves patients by providing home health care.

Ventilators represent an addition to the health services provided by the Respiratory Care Department of the Ministry of Health in the General Directorate of Specialized Medical Care (DGSMC).

The founders of this initiative, Dr. Muhammad Al-Farsi, Senior Consultant at the General Directorate of Medicines, and Khalsa Al-Siyabi noted,

Head of the Respiratory Care Department at the General Directorate of Medical Services, stated that the number of patients who benefited from this initiative last year reached 66 patients distributed among all hospitals in the Sultanate of Oman.

The team is headed by Dr. Muhammad Al-Farsi and representatives from the General Directorate of Engineering Affairs and the General Directorate of Financial Affairs.

It should be noted that the initiative is making a positive impact by reducing the long stay of patients in hospitals and booking intensive care beds. In addition, these devices can reduce the likelihood of transmission of infections in hospitals.

The agreement was signed by Her Excellency Dr. Fatima Muhammad Al-Ajmi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Administrative, Financial and Planning Affairs,

And Director of Corporate Sustainability and Communications M. Khaled Al-Fana Al-Araimi.

Dr. Al-Ajmi stressed the importance of the partnership between the public and private sectors for the public good, praising OMIFCO's initiative in financing the purchase of ventilators for low-income patients and social security for the third year in a row.

The representative of OMIFCO, Mr. Al-Araimi, affirmed the company's commitment to activating partnership and cooperation with government institutions to serve the development of the country with regard to health services provided to citizens in the Sultanate of Oman.

NS. Al-Araimi added that the agreement enhances the efforts of health services and serves patients by providing home health care.

Ventilators represent an addition to the health services provided by the Respiratory Care Department of the Ministry of Health in the General Directorate of Specialized Medical Care (DGSMC).

The founders of this initiative, Dr. Muhammad Al-Farsi, Senior Consultant at the General Directorate of Medicines, and Khalsa Al-Siyabi noted,

Head of the Respiratory Care Department at the General Directorate of Medical Services, stated that the number of patients who benefited from this initiative last year reached 66 patients distributed among all hospitals in the Sultanate of Oman.

The team is headed by Dr. Muhammad Al-Farsi and representatives from the General Directorate of Engineering Affairs and the General Directorate of Financial Affairs.

It should be noted that the initiative is making a positive impact by reducing the long stay of patients in hospitals and booking intensive care beds. In addition, these devices can reduce the likelihood of transmission of infections in hospitals.