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Expat Health Insurance News: Kuwaiti Minster of Health urged to examine problems of expats in Khaitan

Expat Health Insurance News: Kuwaiti Minster of Health urged to examine problems of expats in Khaitan

A Kuwaiti MP has urged minister of health Dr Hilal Al-Sayer and undersecretary Dr Ibrahim Al-Abdul-Hadi to look into the problems of expat workers in Khaitan, a local news report has said.

According to the Arab Times, MP Dr Faisal Al-Muslim said that about 18 months ago, ministry officials had promised him that the old Khaitan clinic would be reserved only for expat workers.

He added that the officials then asked him for a grace period to complete Al-Osaimi Health Centre.

Now that the health centre has been completed, Dr Muslim said that "it has been noticed that all services are now being offered at the centre, even for expatriate workers," which contradicts the previous agreements made with the former minister of health Ali Al-Ajmi, former undersecretary Dr Yousef Al-Dowairi and former director of health zone Ali Al-Faudari.

"The expatriates in Khaitan have been long suffering as bachelors are not allowed to enter old Khaitan Clinic following a ministerial decision," he told reporters at the parliament.

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