last updated on: 09 May 2014

Ministry of Health - Saudi Arabia

Also known as: MOH

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Business Summary Supervision of health care and hospitals in both the public and private sectors, procurement of medical equipment and pharmaceuticals, licensing of doctors and private clinics, drug certification and control. Through its main subsidiaries; ownership and operation of a general hospital. Country of Incorporation Saudi Arabia Ownership Type Government Established In 1950 Primary Sector Governmental Institutions Number of Employees 144630

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Ministry of Health Building
King Abdulaziz Street
Ministries Area
Saudi Arabia
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