Saudi Arabia allocates SR54.35bn to boost health services
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Saudi Arabia allocates SR54.35bn to boost health services

Saudi Arabia allocates SR54.35bn to boost health services

Saudi health minister Dr Abdullah Al-Rabeeah has said the SR54.35bn 2013 budget allocation for the ministry, 15.45% more than that of 2011, will boost health services in the kingdom, Arab News has reported. the new budget would enable the ministry to construct more medical cities, hospitals and primary health care centres across the country. "This will contribute to meeting the health requirements of citizens and improving health services in the kingdom," he said.

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