Meet Ayman Binnasser in Jeddah, Suadi Arabia

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Patient Advocacy in Saudi Arabia from a general perspective is complex but I can assume patient advocacy is underway and improving because people are becoming more educated about their health and more knowledgeable when it comes to quality and extent of services.


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3 Comments

  • Ayman,
    Thank you for sharing about your experiences in Saudi Arabia. I have had many Saudi students in my classes at Ohio Northern University. They have shared about how different the Saudi health system is from the U.S. health system. I can imagine that practicing as an advocate in Saudi Arabia poses many different challenges for you than exist here for us in the U.S. I enjoyed hearing your story and your enthusiasm and passion for your profession and helping the people of your country!

  • Ayman, thank you for sharing your work and how the area of patient experience and patient advocacy are emerging in your country. I hope your message reaches other healthcare professionals and they join you in your work. Please keep in touch and keep us updated as your move forward.

  • Ayman, I’m delighted to hear your message about advocacy being a service for your hospital. The complexity of healthcare makes it difficult for most people to navigate without help. Your service helps both the patient and facility – keep learning more about Advocacy and welcome to this important field.

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