Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC)'s Qatar Rehabilitation Institute (QRI) and Ambulatory Care Center (ACC) have received an official Nepalese delegation. Led by Upendra Yadav, Nepal's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health and Population, the visit is part of the Nepalese delegation’s participation in the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) 2018, which is taking place in Qatar this week.
Yadav and the Nepalese delegation were accompanied by Mahmoud Saleh al-Raisi, chief of the Continuing Care Group at HMC; Dr Wafa al- Yazeedi, chairperson of QRI; and Dr Khalid Mohamed al-Jalham, director of the ACC. During the tour of the new hospitals, which were officially opened late last year, members of the delegation learned about the world-class integrated rehabilitation services and technologically advanced patient-centred care provided by both healthcare facilities.
The Nepalese delegation also took the opportunity to visit a Nepali patient who is currently receiving care at QRI.
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