Prime Minister Najla Bouden visited, on Saturday evening, the Saleh Azaiz Institute in Tunis, on the occasion of the advent of the new administrative year, says a statement from the Prime Ministry.
The Prime Minister, who was accompanied by Health Minister Ali Mrabet, went to the bedside of patients in the surgical department of the hospital and took note of the conditions of their stay and their concerns.
Bouden also spoke with the administrative, medical and paramedical staff about the services provided, stressing the importance of their role in improving the conditions of care and treatment, and thanked them for their efforts in serving the patients.
The Prime Minister underlined the major role played by the Saleh Azaiz Institute since the 1960s, praising the great efforts made by the medical staff to care for patients at all times and in all circumstances.
On this occasion, she wished all those present a happy administrative year and more progress and prosperity for Tunisia.
The Saleh Azaïz Institute is a Tunisian public health institution that constitutes a reference centre in the country for the surveillance, diagnosis and treatment of cancers.
Source: Tap News Agency