The National Medical Care Company through the National Hospital and the Riyadh Care Hospital took part in the Janadriya National Festival for Heritage and Culture Festival, which was inaugurated under the auspices of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.
The Company’s participation in this national festival came within the enterprise of the exhibition suite of the General Organization for Social Insurance (GOSI). This is aimed at providing a wide range of medical services and complimentary and emergency services to the exhibition attendees and the associated events through integrated nursing and medical staff along with a comprehensive therapeutic equipment to cope with any injuries or emergencies requiring medical interventions and the necessary first aid, including the provision of an well-equipped ambulance.
Marketing and Public Relations highlighted that the Company’s participation in the Janadriya festival comes under the Company’s eagerness to subject its resources towards contributing to the success of this cultural heritage event, which reflects the substantial cultural and humanitarian wealth of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is also the Kingdom’s commitment to social and national responsibility without undermining the fact that the festival enjoys royal patronage and has thus, in this present time, represents one of the main portals to show the outside world what the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia possesses of remarkable cultural heritage.
Moreover, the Company is also keen to provide all the equipment that allows them to provide complimentary therapeutic services to the festival attendees through the presence of their medical and nursing crews within the suite General Organization for Social Insurance. The medical and nursing crews during the exhibition provided primary medical services such as a measure of blood pressure, glucose level test, first aid, as well as all that are needed during emergency situations.