September 30, 2021
Kuwait healthcare sector has been nurtured for many decades by the government through the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Ministry of Défense and Petroleum Company hospitals. Though not at the top in global rankings, the country’s healthcare sector has reached a fair degree of maturity whether it is the number of beds installed, the number of physicians, dentists or nurses available. The country compares favourably with its GCC peers on many counts. No doubt, scope for further enhancement exists. This comprehensive report explores multiple dimensions of Kuwait Healthcare – current healthcare infrastructure, key causes of death, market size, and opportunities in associated segments such as pharmaceuticals, medical equipment and health insurance, growth drivers including measures in response to COVID-19, technology adoption in the sector, regulatory aspects and challenges.