Agreements signed to provide equipment to health centres

MUSCAT: The Ministry of Health (MoH) on Thursday signed three financing agreements to purchase medical equipment for a number of health institutions worth more than RO 159,000 funded by Oman Liquefied Natural Gas (Oman LNG).
The agreements were signed by Dr Darwish bin Saif al Maharbi, MoH Under-Secretary for Administrative and Financial Affairs, and Khalid Abdullah bin Mohammed al Masan, CEO of Oman LNG.
The first agreement stipulated on purchasing medical devices for the Dialysis Centre in Bausher for RO 136,000.
The second agreement signed for purchasing electrocardiography device (ECG) and ultrasound device for Dima W’attayeen Health Centre in the Governorate of North Al Sharqiyah worth RO 14,426.
The third agreement stipulated on purchasing (70) collapsible chairs for patients’ accompanists in hospitals of Haima, Duqm and Al Jazir in the Governorate of Al Wusta worth RO 9,100.
Dr Darwish al Maharbi stressed the importance of the partnership between the government and private sectors for the public interest. He also praised the kind initiative of Oman LNG in providing this equipment for a number of health institutions in the Sultanate.
Khalid al Masan asserted the keenness of the company to activate the partnership and cooperation between the company and the government institutions to serve the country in all development aspects including health services. Signing these agreements stems from the strategic partnership to achieve the public interest adopted by Oman LNG to promote community services and development projects. — ONA