The Ministry of Health is coordinating with the private Health Assurance Hospitals Company (Dhaman) to offer healthcare to expatriates through an insurance scheme costing KD130 annually.

The scheme, which is slated to begin in 2020, will see Dhaman opening three private hospitals, one each in Jahra, Ahmadi and Farwaniya governorates, as well as private clinics around the country, to offer primary and secondary healthcare to expatriates and their families.

The insurance will cover the costs for various tests, as well as X-rays and other treatments at Dhaman Hospitals. The company is planning to release a media plan that will explain the details of acquiring health insurance and treatment at Dhaman Hospitals and Clinics.

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