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Ministry of Health starts outpatient clinics at 7:30 AM

The ministry emphasizes the importance of adhering to established working hours according to the nature of the entity's work and maintaining workflow.

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that work in outpatient clinics at hospitals and specialized medical centers starts at 7:30 am.

This was stated in an administrative circular issued by Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Mutairi, the Acting Undersecretary of the Ministry, numbered 52, and directed to assistant undersecretaries, health region directors, central departments, and medical body heads.

The circular, a copy of which was obtained by Al-Jarida newspaper, indicated that this falls within the ministry’s commitment to implement the decisions of the Civil Service Commission and its amendments regarding the regulations, provisions, and controls of official work. It emphasizes the importance of adhering to established working hours according to the nature of the entity’s work and maintaining workflow.

Official working hours are from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. for male employees and from 7 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. for female employees. It is noted that any delay is calculated from the end of the scheduled 30-minute grace period upon arrival.

Additionally, the ‘For You’ list won the Kuwaiti Organ Transplantation Society elections, with Dr. Turki Al-Otaibi leading the association. In another domain, today marks the conclusion of the third annual conference of Al Amiri Hospital Medical Laboratories, which commenced last Sunday. The event featured the participation of a select group of esteemed doctors, technicians, and leading companies in the medical laboratories sector.

The conference showcased the latest scientific research and developments in medical laboratories and their crucial role in quality control and improving work standards.

It featured lectures from various laboratory departments including biochemistry, hematology, histology, viruses, and microbiology.

In a separate context, the Kuwait Sleep Association is hosting an event titled ‘Regular Sleep… A Healthy Future’ next Saturday at The Avenues Mall.

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