1475 cases have been treated in Dental School, and 14988 laboratory examinations were conducted in Medical Sciences.

King Khalid University, Media Center

The health activities of the King Khalid University's fourth health, educational, and awareness program, which has been held in Thrban Center in Majardh province, have been concluded with the achievement of great success that exceeded all expectations. The Vice - President of the University, who was the Deputy General Supervisor of the program, Dr. Marei Bin Hussein Al-Qahtani, confirmed that choosing the Headquarter of the program for the year was based on previous information. He said, "Despite the success achieved by the previous three programs, however, the achievements of the fourth program in Thrban were beyond all expectations." Dr. Al-Qahtani added, "Thanks to God the Almighty first, and then to the community which granted us needed trust to achieve that success."  Dr. Al-Qahtani clarified that choosing the appropriate place contributed to the success of the fourth round of the program, in addition to the various programs and clinics that were different from those of the previous years.

It is noteworthy that the number of beneficiaries of the services provided by the Faculty of Dentistry exceeded 1,475 beneficiaries, and more than 2,560 clinical treatment were provided for them, with the participation of 34 specialized dental college cadres. Moreover, the special clinics of the medical city served more than 1,010 beneficiaries with the participation of three doctors. In turn, the Faculty of Medical Sciences has conducted more than 14,988 laboratory examinations for more than 951 cases, with the participation of 17 of the outstanding medical staff of the faculty. The College of Medicine has provided services of specialized clinics for more than 1,411 cases, with the participation of 38 consultants, as well as 13 awareness and education lectures in the province. The College of Nursing has provided vital services, examinations, and electrocardiogram (ECG) for more 1588 cases.