The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Health Insurance Hospitals Company ‘Daman’ Mutlaq Al-Sanea said that the completion rate of the company’s two hospitals in the Ahmadi and the Jahra governorates has reached 70 percent and expected to be handed over by the end of this year.
Al-Sanea informed the company’s ordinary general assembly, which was held Wednesday that the repercussions of the “Covid-19” pandemic continued to affect many aspects of life, including the economic and the business sector in Kuwait and the world as a whole, reports a local Arabic daily.
He explained the company faced and dealt with the challenges of this global crisis by determination to complete its plans and strategy, which includes five primary health care centers distributed over the various regions of Kuwait, in addition to two hospitals in the Ahmadi and Jahra governorates.
He indicated that the company’s third primary health care center was inaugurated in the Dajeej in 2020 and began operations in the beginning of 2021, pointing out that work has begun to prepare and equip two other centers in Jahra and Fahaheel to complete the requirements of the first phase for primary health care centers during the current year.
He pointed the company coordinates its efforts with the Ministry of Health to start transferring expatriates working in the private sector to the Daman company system after its operation.