The Minister of Health in the Syrian Interim Government (SIG), Maram Al-Sheikh, conducted an inspection of the healthcare situation in Al-Bab Town. This visit encompassed meetings with the local council in Al-Bab, a visit to the medical office within the council, and an assessment of the Al-Bab Main Hospital. During the visit, Minister Al-Sheikh engaged with Haytham Al-Shihabi, the head of the local council in Al-Bab, and the head of the medical office within the council.
Throughout the visit, Al-Sheikh gained insights into the healthcare operations in the town and engaged in discussions with attendees about the challenges they face. Al-Sheikh emphasized the importance of standardizing policies and procedures related to medical practices and licensing, as well as addressing healthcare disparities in the region.
Al-Sheikh also emphasized the significance of drug control measures and compliance with ministry regulations for the benefit of both individuals and society. Furthermore, the Ministry expressed its intention to introduce specialized post-nursing health professional diplomas as part of its strategy to fulfill the region’s specific healthcare needs.
During the inspection, Al-Sheikh toured the town’s medical office, met with the Turkish health coordinator in Al-Bab, and visited Al-Bab Al-Kabeer Hospital. At the hospital, he met with the hospital director and received an update on the provision of healthcare services to citizens. Additionally, he visited departments specializing in cancerous tumor treatment, cardiac catheterization, and other hospital divisions.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)