Lower House health committee begins oversight visits

An undated photo of the Prince Hussein Hospital in Balqa (Photo: JNews)
AMMAN — The Lower House’s Health and Environment Committee has begun conducting field visits to a number of the Kingdom’s municipalities, in implementation of His Majesty King Abdullah’s directives to oversee citizens’ needs, said head of the committee, Ahmad Al-Sarahneh.اضافة اعلان

Al-Sarahneh noted that the committee paid a visit today, Friday, to Salt’s central vaccination center to supervise its work and abidance by health protocols, adding that any needs and demands made will be relayed to relevant stakeholders in the healthcare sector to provide, as possible, resolve pending issues and supply medical staff, doctors and technicians.

Al-Sarahneh also expressed the Lower House committee’s dismay at the ongoing renovations at Prince Hussein Hospital in Balqa.

The MP explained that Thursday’s visit to Balqa sought to check on the status of healthcare in the municipality, including its hospitals, healthcare centers and Directorate of Health Affairs.