Doha, - Qatar's Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) inaugurated today a medical clinic at the headquarters of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, Qatar 2022 tower, to serve the employees working in the building.
The clinic will receive emergencies and refer them for the appropriate medical attention depending on their condition. Speaking to Qatar News Agency (QNA), Executive Director of the Operating Department at PHCC Dr Samia Al Abdullah said that the step indicates the corporation's belief in the role of primary healthcare. It is also a reflection on the Supreme Committee's role in Qatar, Al Abdullah added.
She added that PHCC was keen on enhancing partnerships with different segments and organizations in the Qatari society, whether public or private. She highlighted that the National Primary Health Care Strategy 2013-2018 stresses the commitment to providing the best health care services to citizens and residents of the State of Qatar.
For his part, administration executive director of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy Mohamed Al-Marzouqi said that the new clinic will provide primary health care to more than 400 employees who work in the building.
PHCC was established in 2012 and runs 23 medical centers in three regions. The medical center help protect from disease and maintain the health of people living in Qatar across all age groups. (QNA)
Source: Qatar News Agency