Kuwait: By the end of this year, the beginning of operations at the Health Guarantee Hospital Company (DHAMAN) officially told Kuwait Vision 2035 (New Kuwait) yesterday, reflecting the completeness of the partnership between the public and private sectors. Dhaman Hospital CEO Thamer Arab revealed in an interview that the Ministry of Health was being integrated in Kuwait and pushed for the establishment of a company that was seen as part of the development of quality medical services. ..
26% of his own-by strategic investors-he said that between the private sector, Dhaman Hospital owns about 24% of the shares of the Kuwaiti government, reflecting a comprehensive partnership between the public and private sectors. I came to say that I am. The rest of the shares will be offered at 50% through an initial public offering (IPO) -already paid by the Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) on behalf of the citizens-until the product comes out, showing Arab The capital of the company revealed was KD 230 million (about $ 759 million yen).
Regarding the inclusion of the private sector in Kuwait’s development plans, the Arabs point out that Dhaman Hospital will be the first facility in the Middle East to offer a, and when seeking overall comprehensive development, it is the highest of international standards. Emphasized that it was extremely important to apply the Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) system, a health plan based on an annual or monthly fee.
He pointed out that Dhaman will also aim to provide first-class medical services through the implementation of the Joint Commission International (JCI) Certification Criteria. The Arabs said Dhaman Hospital was working on Boursa Kuwait, listed on the Stock Exchange, after it hopefully began operations this year. The company provides preliminary and secondary health services to residents and their families working in several 2 million private companies, with health insurance costs initially set at KD 130 (about $ 430). The CEO revealed added.
The Arab Ministry of Health has pointed out insurance that the start of operation of the Dhaman hospital company will cover the needs while covering about 80% of the national health services, aiming to reduce the burden on the public sector to about 60%. Attention of residents over 60 years old. Touching on the effects of the coronavirus at the launch of the Dhaman hospital service, Arab said it was working during a pandemic with operations on that part, a hospital facility used by health ministry officials in the Hawali and Farwaniya areas. rice field.
On a job occasion, the Arabs confirmed that they had “grabbed up”, adding that more than 7,000 jobs are now staffed with 400 employees, doctors and medical staff. He revealed that the two clinics were established in Faheel and Al-Jafra, in addition to the 600-bed capacity hospitals in Al-Jafra and Al-Ahmadhi.
The main Dhaman Hospital building consists of 5 floors, with a basement above 82,000 square meters of laboratory, ER, heliport, and pharmacy plus 300, 14-operated theater, 21 ICU, and premature treatment room bed capacity. Was built on. The parking lot accommodated 500 cars, and Arabs added that the construction of the main hospital was 62%. –Kuna
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