Saudi Arabia: 52 Doctors Barred From Practice

Arab News
RIYADH, Jan 31:  The Saudi Commission for Health Specialties recently banned 52 doctors from working in the Kingdom after they were found to have forged their certificates and other documents, Al-Eqtisadiah newspaper reported.

The commission also prevented 8,072 health workers from continuing to work in the Kingdom for not adhering to professional standards and ethics. They include doctors, nurses, x-ray technicians and laboratory technicians.


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