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Crown Prince checks on Royal Court’s public service department

By JT - Apr 19,2018 - Last updated at Apr 19,2018

HRH Crown Prince Hussein pays a check-up visit to the Royal Court’s public service department on Thursday (Photo courtesy of Royal Court)

AMMAN — HRH Crown Prince Hussein on Thursday paid a check-up visit to the Royal Court’s public service department which handles the medical exemptions granted to Jordanians with no health insurance and cash assistance for underprivileged families.

The Crown Prince checked on the services provided by the department, which receives around 1,000 Jordanians and extends medical exemptions to some 750 citizens on a daily basis, according to a Royal Court statement.

Crown Prince Hussein was briefed by the department’s Director Khalil Abdallat and a number of its cadres on the measures they follow in extending services to citizens, and on the section’s e-connection with relevant national institutions using the latest administrative and technical systems and the best management and social services practices, the statement said.

The Crown Prince stressed the importance of maintaining quality services, voicing his appreciation for the efforts exerted by the department cadres in handling citizens’ transactions, according to the statement.

Prince Hussein also toured the financial assistance, social studies, and medical exemptions sections, and followed up on the work carried out there from the submission and assessment processes of applications until their execution, the statement said.  

The Crown Prince also met with a number of beneficiaries who expressed their satisfaction with the level of services they receive and the department’s facilitated measures, according to the statement.

Prince Hussein was accompanied by the King’s adviser, His Majesty’s office director and the secretary general of the Royal Court.  

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