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First half of 2018 saw overseas treatment for 3,900 cases
February 2, 2019, 6:08 pm
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The Minister of Health Dr. Basel Al-Sabah disclosed the number of approvals for overseas treatment after receiving agreement from the specialized committees of hospitals and medical centers during the first half of 2018 was 3,900 cases, an average of about 650 cases per month, with the majority being treated in Britain, the United States and Germany.

The Department of Overseas Medical Treatment released statistics in response to a parliamentary question, which stated that the number of approvals from 1 January, 2018 until the end of June 2018 is broken down as follows – 560 cases in January, 419 in February, 540 in March, 784 in April, 975 in May and 622 in June. According to statistics, 75 percent of the cases (2,928) went to three countries – Britain (1,098), America (927) and Germany (903), while the remaining cases were distributed as follows – 539 to France and 117 to Spain, 72 to the UAE, 36 to Saudi Arabia, 60 to Egypt, 48 to Jordan, 12 to Belgium, 9 to Italy, 5 each to Switzerland, South Korea and the Netherlands, two to Lebanon, one each to Japan and India. The minister stressed that the Cabinet did not send cases for treatment abroad through the Ministry of Health during the same period

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