In Kuwait, a new medical center for examining expat workers is on the horizon
The Ministry of Health in Kuwait is close to acquiring a facility in the Hawalli region to establish a new Medical examination center for expatriate workers. The center is expected to commence operations shortly after the completion of installing equipment.
Reliable sources revealed that the Ministry is actively working with relevant authorities to obtain approval for additional new centers. The primary goal is to develop a comprehensive solution to prevent the overcrowding crisis witnessed by these centers in recent years.
Furthermore, the Ministry is currently exploring various regulatory measures for these centers. This includes extension of working hours, implementing a two-shift system, or considering the approval of specific procedures for service seekers with segmentation or categorization. These measures are designed to streamline the service-receiving process and ensure efficiency.