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Royal Commission inaugurates Men's Health Clinic in Jubail Industrial City
Royal Commission for Jubail through Health Services Program commenced on Wednesday the opening of Men’s Health Clinic in all primary health care centers in Jubail Industrial City to be supervised by Health Specialists and Consultants covering health and medical services to put more interest and attention to sickness and disease problems affecting men. The newly formed clinic will be addressing men’s health concerns on prostate inflammation, urinary incontinence, testicular disorders, reproductive health problems, early detection and treatment of colon and prostate cancer including random tests and procedures for early detection of chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol, HIV, vitamin D deficiency and osteoporosis, targeting men 30 years of age and above.
 
The clinic will be available in all health centers every Wednesday of each week from 3:30 pm until 8:00 pm based on scheduled appointment.
 
It is noteworthy that Health Services Program of Royal Commission has recently opened Women’s Health Clinic also in all primary health centers to provide comprehensive care and treatment to women having or inflicted with diseases such as thyroid disorders, osteoporosis, diabetes imbalance, stress causing obesity in addition to early detection of breast tumors, cervical and colon cancer. Health education is also available every Monday of each week from 3:30pm until 8:00 pm based on scheduled appointment.
 
This Royal Commission’s initiative comes as an extension of health care programs that provides for comprehensive and preventive medical care and rehabilitative services in addition to traditional chronic and acute illnesses suffered both by men and women.