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THE OPENING CEREMONY OF THE FIRST SCIENTIFIC SYMPOSIUM FOR CRITICAL CARE AND PAIN MANAGEMENT
Engr. Yousef J. Hujaily, the Acting Executive President of Royal Commission at Yanbu patronized the Opening Ceremony of the First Scientific Symposium for Critical Care and Pain Management which was held at King Fahd Cultural Center in Yanbu Industrial City in the presence of Royal Commission General Managers and Mr. Raft A. Idris, Director of Health Care Program along with other medical and administrative department managers. The ceremony began with reading from the Holy Quran followed by a speech of Dr. Jalal Shalabi, Manager of Intensive Care Unit at the Medical Center. He explained the aim of this convention and how to identify critical cases and how to diagnose and cure pain by medical and nursing staff followed by Dr. Hassan Ghafouri, Executive Manager of Medical Affairs welcoming the attendees and guests gave a brief about the medical center accomplishments recently and thanked the organizers of this event. The Acting Executive President delivered a speech and welcomed the attendees and congratulated the Medical Center for arranging this event due to its importance to face the raising emergency cases and chronic diseases. It is important that we keep pace with new methods and technologies to develop our medical care services.
Finally, the Acting Executive President gave permission to begin the convention program which will be held for two days. This event is part of fifteen (15) hours approved by SCFHS for Health Education Program.