In Saudi Arabia the national government provides healthcare through different government agencies. The Ministry of Health is the major government agency in which 44% of healthcare is provided. Similar to many countries across the world, an appointment must be obtained from a general practitioner before referral to general and specialist hospitals.
It is estimated that 11% of the government budget is spent on healthcare which makes up 80% of all money spent on healthcare.
Saudi Arabia's infant mortality rate is the one of the lowest in the Middle East and North Africa behind Kuwait. Life expectancy at birth is also higher than many Gulf countries and are globally at a median. Malnutrition and over-nutrition rates are among the poorest and death rates are above average in the Gulf.
 - CIA World factbook
 - World Health Organisation
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