Moroccan Ministry of Health and university hospitals sign an amount of 155.9 million dollar partnership


Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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Health Moroccan Ministry and Social Protection made deals with an amount of 1.7 billion dirhams, almost ($155.9 million) with five university hospital centres on Wednesday in Rabat, so as to upgrade buildings and stimulate renovations.

The deal concerned The hospital, Ibn Sina, in Rabat, Ibn Rochd in Casablanca, Hassan II in Fez, and Mohamed VI in Marrakech and Oujda.

Health and Social Protection Minister Khalid Ait Taleb, focus attention on the timeliness of the deals, adding that some hospitals have become “old” with “careless and old” equipment.

The health ministry’s partnership with the hospitals is visualised being a two-year project, pointing to ease to access health care services and to upgrade the quality of healthcare institutions.

The mentioned initiative comes by the instructions of his majesty king Mohammed VI for a total reform of the Moroccan health system.

In the same matter, the agreement is working on expanding the social protection nets, which has been confirmed by his majesty the king of Morocco in his speeches over the last few years.

In order to reduce unnecessary costs for patients, The Moroccan health system will implement the Department of Compulsory Care, where Moroccan patients will visit first aid hospitals and general practitioners before being referred to other doctors.

Soukaina sghir 

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