University Clinic

University Clinic

Decision No. 10 of the year 2001, regarding the reissuance of the regulations for specialized therapeutic, consultancy, and educational clinics.

After reviewing Law No. 1/92 concerning the organization of higher education, Law No. 55/76 concerning civil service and its executive regulations, General Popular Committee Decision 187/83 regarding the establishment of Sebha University, and General Popular Committee Decisions No. 187/83 and 663/92 regarding the organizational structure of universities.

Referring to the letter from the Secretary-General of the General Popular Committee for Education and Scientific Research, Ref. No. (1022), forwarded to the Secretary-General of the General Popular Committee for Health.

Referring to the message from the appointed Secretary-General of the General Popular Committee for Health, Ref. No. 6452/1428, and with the approval of the General Medical Syndicate, Ref. No. 40/1998, regarding the practice of medicine in the clinic, and based on the decision of the Secretary-General of the University, Ref. No. 196/, concerning the regulations for specialized consultancy clinics, and considering the minutes of the meeting of the specialized consultancy clinics held on 28/3/1430.

  • The provisions of the Regulations for Specialized Therapeutic, Consultative, and Educational Clinics, attached hereto in this decision, apply to employees working in the specialized consultative clinics affiliated with Sebha University.
  • The decision of the Secretary of the Popular Committee at the University, No. 196/26M, regarding the Regulations for Specialized Consultative Clinics, is revoked, along with any provision that contradicts the provisions of this decision.
  • The decision issued by the Secretary of the Popular Committee at the university, numbered 196/26M, concerning the regulations of specialized consultative clinics, is hereby annulled. Furthermore, any provision that contradicts the provisions of this decision is also nullified.

List of specialized therapeutic, counseling, and educational clinics:

An educational consultative therapeutic clinic group shall be established, administratively and financially affiliated with Sebha University.
The consultative clinics specialize in providing services in the following fields:

  • Pediatrics.
  • Internal Medicine.
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology.
  • Surgery.
  • Dermatology.
  • Psychiatry and Neurology.
  • Otolaryngology (ENT).
  • Dentistry.
  • Medical laboratory analysis.

It is also permissible to add any other specialties if the necessary resources are available, based on a proposal from the clinic director.

A supervisory committee is formed by the following members:

  1. The University’s Deputy of Scientific Affairs.
  2. The University’s Deputy of Administrative and Financial Affairs.
  3. The Deputy of Scientific Affairs at the Faculty of Medicine.
  4. The Financial Controller of the University.

The aforementioned supervisory committee is specialized in the following tasks:

  1. Formulating the general policy of the clinics.
  2. Proposing solutions to obstacles that hinder the progress of work.
  3. Working on the development of the clinics.

Specialized therapeutic, counseling, and educational clinics are managed by an administrative and financial director, who is appointed by the university president based on a recommendation from the supervisory committee. The director should be either a physician or have relevant expertise in the field.

The administrative structure of the specialized counseling clinics consists of:

Firstly, the General Director of the Clinics, who is responsible for:

  • Representing the clinics in negotiations and agreements with relevant authorities.
  • Overseeing the daily operations of the clinics.

Secondly, the Office of Administrative and Financial Affairs, which includes:

A. Public Relations Unit. B. Records and Printing Unit. C. Information Unit.

Their responsibilities include:

  • Handling administrative affairs and maintaining records, including incoming and outgoing mail, and preparing necessary documentation.
  • Managing printing tasks.
  • Implementing procedures related to public relations activities of the clinics.
  • Monitoring and organizing the movement of private vehicles used by the clinics and handling all related procedures.
  • Supervising and monitoring the security of the clinics.
  • Regulating the entry of visitors to the clinics and taking necessary measures.
  • Ensuring security and order within the clinics and reporting any violations or issues to the appropriate authorities.

The Office of Financial Affairs, along with:

A. Financial Affairs Department. B. Accounts Unit. C. Stock and Procurement Unit.

Their responsibilities include:

  • Collecting daily revenues of the clinics and depositing them into the clinic’s bank account.
  • Preparing employee incentives according to the rates specified in this regulation.
  • Operating with approved financial coupons based on the regulations established by the university’s financial administration.
  • Keeping copies of financial documents after completion of disbursement procedures by the university’s financial administration.
  • Compiling detailed monthly reports on revenues and expenses.
  • Preparing and reviewing contracts.
  • Purchasing necessary supplies and equipment for the operation of the clinics.
  • Examining and reviewing all clinic accounts.
  • Preparing the annual financial report of the clinics.
  • Carrying out any additional tasks mandated by current financial legislation.

For further information, please contact the administration:

Phone number: 0712626012

Fax: 0712632963

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