(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Muscat -
The Ministry of Health (MoH), represented by the Directorate General of Khoula Hospital, recently signed an agreement for purchase of orthopaedic surgical instruments and supplies worth more than RO38,000 funded by Mitsui E & P Middle East B V (MEPME).
Dr Abdullah Humood al Harthi, director general of Khoula Hospital, and Najeeb al Harthi, the company's general manager, signed the agreement.
Dr Humood emphasised the significance of public and private sector partnerships for the general interest, praising MEPME initiative in funding the purchase of instruments and tools for orthopaedic surgeries.
Harthi stressed the company's keenness to activate partnership and cooperation with the government institutions to serve the development of the country, including health services provided to citizens. MEPME, which is affiliated with the Japanese MOECO, has been producing crude oil and natural gas onshore Oman since 2002.