Under the strategic partnership with Qatar’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), the Medical Affairs Division at Qatar Red Crescent Society (Q​RCS) provides high-quality primary health care services for unmarried male expatriate workers – the so-called handicraftsmen or manual laborers. In the end of 2010, QRCS and MOPH signed a cooperation agreement to operate health centers and medical commission units in the areas of expatriate workers

Since their creation, the Workers’ Health Centers have provided high-quality health care for male expatriate workers, special care for the patients with chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, and ongoing health education for the patients to improve public health and raise awareness of workplace hazards.

The centers also monitor communicable diseases among expatriate workers, apply measures to prevent epidemic outbreaks, take necessary precautions, report to government health authorities, and secure treatment at the soonest.​​​

Under the strategic partnership with Qatar’s Ministry of Public Health (MOPH), the Medical Affairs Division at Qatar Red Crescent Society (Q​RCS) provides high-quality primary health care services for unmarried male expatriate workers – the so-called handicraftsmen or manual laborers. In the end of 2010, QRCS and MOPH signed a cooperation agreement to operate health centers and medical commission units in the areas of expatriate workers

Since their creation, the Workers’ Health Centers have provided high-quality health care for male expatriate workers, special care for the patients with chronic diseases such as hypertension and diabetes, and ongoing health education for the patients to improve public health and raise awareness of workplace hazards.

The centers also monitor communicable diseases among expatriate workers, apply measures to prevent epidemic outbreaks, take necessary precautions, report to government health authorities, and secure treatment at the soonest.​​​