RIYADH: Danish Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Ole Emil Moesby has lauded the efforts of the National Healthcare Command Center (NHCC) in effectively fighting the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Kingdom.
During a visit to the center on Tuesday, Moesby expressed his admiration for the digital services available at the NHCC.
“During the visit, the ambassador met with CEO Dr. Dalia Mominkhan and her team at the impressive premises in Riyadh for a thorough tour and engaging discussions regarding NHCC’s role in improving the efficiency of healthcare services, the COVID-19 and vaccination process in Saudi Arabia and to discuss the opportunities for future collaboration between Saudi Arabia and Danish companies in the health sector,” the Danish Embassy told Arab News.
Ambassador Ole Emil Moesby at Saudi National Healthcare Command Centre with officials. (Photo/Denmark Embassy)
The NHCC was established in 2019 by the Ministry of Health to collate and visualize data and insights from both artificial intelligence and human sources. The center uses data to advance a sustainable healthcare system.
“It was a great pleasure to visit the NHCC. They are doing a very impressive and efficient job in keeping the COVID-19 pandemic under control,” the ambassador told Arab News.
“My impressions after visiting the NHCC complies with my overall experience here in Saudi Arabia. My staff members and I at the Royal Danish Embassy have felt that we were in good and safe hands here in Saudi Arabia since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Moesby.
“The Saudi health authorities are very professional and are handling the entire process in a very cautious and remarkable manner,” he added.
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