Saudi Arabia earmarks SR800m for neonatal ICUs
- Saudi Arabia: Thursday, September 27 - 2012 at 09:29
The Saudi health ministry has allocated SR600 million to expand neonatal intensive care units in Riyadh, Asir, Dammam, Al-Hasa and Jeddah, Saudi Gazette has reported. The ministry has also allocated an additional SR200m to improve neonatal intensive care units in other hospitals in the kingdom," said Dr Aqeel Al-Ghamdi, assistant deputy health minister for hospital affairs. "We further raised the capabilities of these units by updating the equipment and enhancing the skills of workers at these units."
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