Genan Ibrahim Omran Al-Omran, director of supply and logistic services at Prince Sultan Military Medical City

Genan Ibrahim Omran Al-Omran
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Updated 24 June 2020

Genan Ibrahim Omran Al-Omran, director of supply and logistic services at Prince Sultan Military Medical City

Genan Ibrahim Omran Al-Omran was recently appointed the director of supply and logistic services at Prince Sultan Military Medical City.
Al-Omran obtained her bachelor’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences at King Saud University in 2006. In 2011, she attended a foundation course on evidence-based medicine at the National & Gulf Center for Evidence Based Health Practice
in Riyadh.
She has 13 years of experience in strategic development and sustainability of the medical field. Al-Omran began her career as a trainee at the Armed Forces Hospital in Riyadh. She later moved to King Abdul Aziz Hospital for further training.
Al-Omran has served in different capacities in the course of her long career. She has worked as a staff pharmacist at Al-Amal Complex for Mental Health. She served as pharmacist-in-charge of the clozapine clinic, Armed Forces Hospital and Manar Clinic.
She later joined Prince Sultan Military Medical City as pharmaceutical planner at the supply logistic department. Al-Omran was promoted as deputy of pharmaceutical planning and eventually she became the head of planning.
She received commendation letters from esteemed organizations like Al-Amal Complex and the Ministry of Health.
Al-Omran also attended several symposiums since the beginning of her career including the 6th International Saudi Pharmacy Conference, Applied Therapeutics, 8th International Saudi Pharmaceutical Conference and others.


Drop in COVID-19 daily deaths as 30 die in Saudi Arabia

Updated 11 July 2020

Drop in COVID-19 daily deaths as 30 die in Saudi Arabia

  • Ten percent of all new cases were recorded in Riyadh
  • A total of 2,181 people have succumbed to the virus in the Kingdom so far

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia recorded 30 deaths from COVID-19 on Saturday, the lowest daily rate in the Kingdom for a week.
The health ministry also confirmed 2,994 new confirmed cases of the disease.
Ten percent of all new cases were recorded in Riyadh with the capital reporting 285 cases. Hufof recorded 226 new cases, Jeddah 221, Dammam 211 and Taif 152.
The total number of recoveries in the Kingdom increased to 165,396 after 2,370 more patients recovered from the virus.
A total of 2,181 people have succumbed to the virus in the Kingdom so far.