MoH shuts 7 medical centres for malpractices


The Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoH) has closed seven health facilities for up to 60 days for violating health regulations and the Code of Professional Ethics as part of its crackdown on medical malpractices.
Dr. Amin Hussain Al Amiri, Assistant Under-Secretary for Public Health Policy and License Sector, and Vice-Chairman of the Medical Licensing Committee, said that seven health facilities – four medical centres and three pharmacies – had been closed since the beginning of the year for a period ranging between 30 and 60 days.
He stated that the ministry is deploying teams of inspectors to ensure compliance of medical and pharmaceutical facilities with health regulations and that they provide high quality services as per locally and internationally accredited standards to enhance the safety and health of the community.

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