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Saudi Arabia makes hiring consultants mandatory for polyclinics

February 2, 2014 12:24 am


The Saudi health ministry is set to introduce new regulations governing polyclinics in the kingdom, Arab News has reported. The new law requires polyclinics, to be named “special medical complexes” next March, to appoint consultant physicians and specialist doctors including internists, dentists, obstetricians, ENT and gynaecologist. Facilities found in violation of the new law will be shut down, the ministry said.

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