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MoHAP Inspects Health Service Centres
Updated on 18 February 2021

The Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP), Dr Mohamed Salim Al Olama, visited three different health centres in the UAE, including the Al Aweer Health Centre in Dubai.

Dr Mohamed Salim Al Olama was joined by Dr Youssif Al Serkal, Director-General of the Emirates Health Services Corporation.

The inspection was part of the regular inspection tours conducted by MoHAP's senior officials to ensure the smooth running of the various facilities around the UAE.

On their visit, the officials assessed the quality of the services provided, the performance of the medical team, checked on the efficiency of the organisational process in COVID-19 vaccines as well as the application of the precautionary and preventive measures.

Dr Mohamed Salim Al Olama said, "We are stepping up our efforts to provide distinctive and high-quality health services, guided by the directives and keenness of the wise leadership to provide all the resources and capabilities to immunise society as a national priority." 

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