Sale to have a new Community Medical Center
King Mohammed VI launched, on Friday in Sale, Rabat’s twin city, the construction works of a new “Community Medical Center-Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity” that will require a 67 million dirham investment and will be completed in two years.
This new solidarity-based project that will upgrade proximity health services for the population of Tabriquet district translates the sovereign’s resolve to make of the right of access to health services one of the major pillars for bolstering citizenship. It also translates his keenness to promote the health offer by providing quality community-based medical services that meet the citizens’ needs.
The facility also falls in in line with the sovereign’s efforts to promote access of disadvantaged social layers to quality basic health car, speed up surgeries in medical emergencies and ensure periodic medical consultations to patients requiring regular medical follow-up.
The new medical center is built part of the program being implemented by the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity. The program aims at supporting the national medical sector by reinforcing the existing medical care, setting up accessible health services centers and integrating a complementary social approach in patient support mechanisms.
The Foundation set up similar centers in Rabat and Casablanca that were inaugurated by the Sovereign on May 11 and 20 respectively, in Temara and in Tangier. Another center is under construction in the new city of Errahma in Casablanca.