MoH studying possibility of exempting MoH staff from new fees

Friday, November 10, 2017

Health Minister Dr Jamal AlHarbi said the Health Ministry is currently studying the possibility of exempting its expatriate staff from the new fees for health services, reports Al-Anba daily.

Al-Harbi made the statement during an inspection tour at Al-Saqr Health Center in Adailiya to ensure provision of all medical requirements and listen to the complaints of the nursing staff.

Earlier, the ministry of health raised medical fees for expatriates from the beginning of October.

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Thursday, November 16, 2017
It's their country, they will do what ever they want or like. Same like our govt is doing in India. Our only option is to stay or quit. Whatever the hell, Kuwait government is far better than our govt. Our govt is busy with Cow matters only... so better stay here until those buffoons quit from power.

Saturday, November 11, 2017
Consider for all ministry expatriate

Saturday, November 11, 2017
If in every interval of days MoH tray to discriminate the expatriates who really a part of Kuwait development and working hard for Kuwait. First Moh revert for Kuwaiti's personnel staff (as the amount going out from their pocket), now MoH Staff (as now they are also preferring to private hospital) why this kind of activity, what is the thinking of MoH Suprimo and still more regulation force on Expet. What you think if they leave, who will work for you ?

Saturday, November 11, 2017
why only MOH staff? only they are humans, and only they have families. and we what about us. we are not humans anymore. we dont have families? our life is not important, are we not helping in developing your country even though we are treated as slaves with no respect.

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