CompuGroup to train Saudi nationals
Riyadh, June 17, 2012
CompuGroup Medical (CGM), a leader in the Saudi Arabian healthcare market, plans to provide latest technologies and services to the hospitals in the kingdom including training Saudi nationals in specific skill sets.
CompuGroup Medical believes that its workforce is one of the main determinants of the quality and efficiency of service and product delivery for both local and global businesses, it said in a statement.
The competencies of the employees generally play a crucial role in fulfilling a company’s growth strategy, the statement said.
In the beginning of 2012 the Saudi Ministry of Health revealed the signing of healthcare project contracts worth around SR3 billion ($800 million).
The announcement underscores the increasing local demand for world-class health services and is expected to further boost the Saudi healthcare market, which is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate of 12.3 per cent through 2015 at a spending value of over SR26 billion. – TradeArabia News Service
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