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No new medical fees for expats
The health ministry has instructed its medical centers and hospitals that it has not raised medical fees for expatriates recently, after the increase which was implemented in October last year. The ministry insisted in a circular to senior officials that only doctors have the absolute right of prescribing medicines and their quantities to expatriate patients and that no changes had been made to these rules. The circular also insisted that the ministry had not increased the prices of drugs for expatriates or the charges at hospitals and medical centers.
The health ministry last October introduced major fee hikes for medical services offered to expatriates, but kept the services free for nationals. The increases included big hikes in several key medical services that include radiology, visits to hospitals and medical centers and admissions in public hospitals. All expatriates in the country are also required to pay a medical insurance fee when they stamp their residence permits or renew them.


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