Crown Prince checks on services of the Royal Court’s public service department
Amman, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, on Thursday, visited the public service department at the Royal Court, which grants medical exemptions for the uninsured Jordanians, and provides financial aid to the needy.
During the visit, the Crown Prince was briefed on the department’s services, which grants medical exemptions to 750 citizens on a daily basis.
The services to beneficiaries are provided as the department is electronically linked with the relevant national institutions, Khalil Al-Abdalat, its director, told His Highness.
The Crown Prince said it is crucial to continue offering the best services to citizens, expressing appreciation for the department’s efforts in carrying out its tasks and duties on the basis of transparency and justice.
During the visit, His Highness toured the department’s sections of financial assistance, social studies, and medical exemptions, and checked on the steps to submit a request until its completion.
His Highness also exchanged views with a number of citizens on the level of services, who expressed their appreciation for the department’s services to address their health and social needs.
The public service department, established under the directives of His Majesty King Abdullah II, carries out its duties by the Royal Court’s staff and doctors from the Royal Medical Services and the Ministry of Health.
His Highness was accompanied by the King’s Advisor, the Director of His Majesty’s Office, and the Secretary General of the Royal Court.
Source: Jordan News Agency