BMC Signs an Agreement with King Abdullah Medical Complex

Within the context of BMC's continuous strive to develop students and their skills and provide them with bigger opportunities to practice their clinical skills before entering the labor market, Batterjee Medical College for Sciences and Technology signed an agreement with King Abdullah Medical Complex in north Obhour.

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The agreement was signed by Dr. Osama Kinsara, BMC Dean, and Dr. Mohammed Karoot, Executive Director of the Complex, and reflects the college's devotion to graduate well-prepared physicians from all medical specialties, achieve excellence in medical and scientific research and consolidate the culture of professional practice by putting students in real-life situations, exposing them to different medical and emergency cases that they would probably face in their future careers.

The main purpose behind this is to train students to optimally deal with different scenarios in order to avoid the errors that may occur as a result of fear.

From his side, Dr. Osama Kinsara noted how important this agreement is and pointed out that the objective of which is to take advantage of the excellent expertise and resources in order to contribute to the growth of the potentials of our medical students.