Minister of Health Fahd Al-Jalajel thanks the leadership for the royal trust

Previously published the biography of the new minister

The Minister of Health, Fahd Al-Jalajil, extended his highest thanks and gratitude to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trusted Crown Prince for the royal trust by appointing him as Minister of Health, and said: “I ask the honorable Lord for help and payment in fulfilling the trust and serving the country.”

Minister Al-Jalajil said in a tweet from his Twitter account: “I thank His Excellency Minister Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah for all his successes that contributed to the development of the health sector and the distinguished work in managing the Corona pandemic, and I ask God to grant him success in his next mission as Minister of Hajj and Umrah.”

It is noteworthy that the Minister of Health holds a number of academic qualifications, including:

Executive Certificate in Leadership and Management from MIT SLOAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, USA.

Masters in Computer Science from Saint Joseph University, Pennsylvania, United States.

Bachelor’s degree from King Saud University in Computer Science.

A royal order was issued in the month of Sha’ban 1437 AH, appointing Al-Jalajel as Deputy Minister of Health for Planning and Development at the excellent rank.

He has a number of job experiences, including:

2012 Undersecretary for Consumer Affairs, Ministry of Trade and Industry.

2009 Advisor to His Excellency the Minister and General Supervisor of Information Technology, Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

2008 Advisor to His Excellency the Minister for Information Technology, Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

2007 Acting Director General of Information Technology, General Investment Authority.

2001 Director of Networks and Operations, General Investment Authority.

1998 Project Manager for Open Source Operating Systems (Computer Society and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology).

Al-Jalajel participated in the membership of many councils and committees.

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Fahad Al-Jalajel
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Minister of Health Fahd Al-Jalajel thanks the leadership for the royal trust


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The Minister of Health, Fahd Al-Jalajil, extended his highest thanks and gratitude to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trusted Crown Prince for the royal trust by appointing him as Minister of Health, and said: “I ask the honorable Lord for help and payment in fulfilling the trust and serving the country.”

Minister Al-Jalajil said in a tweet from his Twitter account: “I thank His Excellency Minister Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah for all his successes that contributed to the development of the health sector and the distinguished work in managing the Corona pandemic, and I ask God to grant him success in his next mission as Minister of Hajj and Umrah.”

It is noteworthy that the Minister of Health holds a number of academic qualifications, including:

Executive Certificate in Leadership and Management from MIT SLOAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, USA.

Masters in Computer Science from Saint Joseph University, Pennsylvania, United States.

Bachelor’s degree from King Saud University in Computer Science.

A royal order was issued in the month of Sha’ban 1437 AH, appointing Al-Jalajel as Deputy Minister of Health for Planning and Development at the excellent rank.

He has a number of job experiences, including:

2012 Undersecretary for Consumer Affairs, Ministry of Trade and Industry.

2009 Advisor to His Excellency the Minister and General Supervisor of Information Technology, Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

2008 Advisor to His Excellency the Minister for Information Technology, Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

2007 Acting Director General of Information Technology, General Investment Authority.

2001 Director of Networks and Operations, General Investment Authority.

1998 Project Manager for Open Source Operating Systems (Computer Society and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology).

Al-Jalajel participated in the membership of many councils and committees.

October 15, 2021 – Rabi’ Al-Awwal 9, 1443

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Previously published the biography of the new minister

The Minister of Health, Fahd Al-Jalajil, extended his highest thanks and gratitude to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trusted Crown Prince for the royal trust by appointing him as Minister of Health, and said: “I ask the honorable Lord for help and payment in fulfilling the trust and serving the country.”

Minister Al-Jalajil said in a tweet from his Twitter account: “I thank His Excellency Minister Dr. Tawfiq Al-Rabiah for all his successes that contributed to the development of the health sector and the distinguished work in managing the Corona pandemic, and I ask God to grant him success in his next mission as Minister of Hajj and Umrah.”

It is noteworthy that the Minister of Health holds a number of academic qualifications, including:

Executive Certificate in Leadership and Management from MIT SLOAN SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, USA.

Masters in Computer Science from Saint Joseph University, Pennsylvania, United States.

Bachelor’s degree from King Saud University in Computer Science.

A royal order was issued in the month of Sha’ban 1437 AH, appointing Al-Jalajel as Deputy Minister of Health for Planning and Development at the excellent rank.

He has a number of job experiences, including:

2012 Undersecretary for Consumer Affairs, Ministry of Trade and Industry.

2009 Advisor to His Excellency the Minister and General Supervisor of Information Technology, Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

2008 Advisor to His Excellency the Minister for Information Technology, Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

2007 Acting Director General of Information Technology, General Investment Authority.

2001 Director of Networks and Operations, General Investment Authority.

1998 Project Manager for Open Source Operating Systems (Computer Society and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology).

Al-Jalajel participated in the membership of many councils and committees.

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