Dar Al-Uloom Medicine signs a service agreement with King Saud Medical City
The College of Medicine at Dar Al-Uloom University signed a service contract with King Saud Medical City in Riyadh on Thursday, September 6, aiming at cooperating in the scientific and professional experiences of the two parties and benefiting jointly from the curricula, training and tests.
The memorandum, which tackled the support of human resources and medical facilities at King Saud Medical City, was signed by Dr. Fahd bin Abdullah Al Zamil, the representative of Dar Al-Uloom University for health specialties, and Dr. Haitham bin Mohammed Al Falah, the Executive Director of King Saud Medical City, representing King Saud Medical City.
Under this memorandum signed at King Saud Medical City, students at Dar Al-Uloom University will be able to benefit from the facilities and medical departments in King Saud Medical City in training, follow-up and attending programs, especially in emergency departments and operations.
It is worth mentioning that the College of Medicine has partnered with several hospitals, including the Military Hospital, Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz and Al Yamamah. The University also signed an agreement of understanding with the King Salman Center for Humanitarian Relief and Works and recently a memorandum of understanding with the General Directorate of Medical Services of the Armed Forces.