“KFSH&RC” signs a memorandum of understanding with “Wadi Taiba” to enhance development

Today, King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center signed a memorandum of understanding with Wadi Taiba Company Limited, to build training and educational content based on modern technologies in “KFSH&RC” with the aim of enhancing professional development paths in the health sector, and providing a model for cooperation between national sectors to achieve the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, by On the sidelines of the second edition of the LEAP International Technical Conference for the year 2023.
The memorandum was signed on behalf of the hospital by His Excellency the Executive General Supervisor, Dr. Majid Al-Fayad, and on the side of Wadi Taiba Company, by His Excellency the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Sarani.
The memorandum aims to develop skills, enhance the quality of practical application for health practitioners, and implement them in an interactive educational environment, ensuring the building of qualified competencies to provide a level of health care that is compatible with the best international standards.
The memorandum comes in response to the desire to innovate training tools and develop the ability of trainers to deal with modern technologies, which requires developing a model of interaction between the three elements of the educational process: the trainer, the trainee, and the training material, to achieve the required results.
Wadi Taibah Company, affiliated with Taibah University, aims to develop its investments in the field of knowledge economy, and its activities are focused on the consulting and training sector, business intelligence and emerging technologies, and stimulating innovation and entrepreneurship.
King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center is among the most prominent hospitals in the world in providing specialized health care, and was recently ranked 20th in the list of the best health care institutions in the world for the year 2023, and first in the Middle East and Africa, according to the Brand Finance classification.