The Jeddah Chamber launched the work of the priority health care sector council to support investment and overcome obstacles in the private sector, in the presence of the Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for the Development of Health Investment Dr. Mustafa bin Jamil Beljoun, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Jeddah Chamber Muhammad bin Yusef Naghi, and Chairman of the Council in the Jeddah Chamber Samer Abu Ghazaleh, The Council shall focus on cooperating with government agencies and relevant bodies in developing various business sectors, and exploring investment opportunities that have good returns for the national economy. The Assistant Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Health Investment Development confirmed that the launch of the Jeddah Chamber of the Council comes to consolidate cooperation, explaining that the health sector does not only include providing health services, but includes the development of drugs, medicines, means of treatments and biotechnology, medical device and consumer companies, and manufacturers of all medical equipment, laboratories, research and laboratories. And manpower training. For his part, the head of the Jeddah Chamber stated that the Health Care Sector Council will focus on monitoring investment opportunities that form the basis of the developmental and societal movement, especially health, technology and health security, to contribute to the renaissance and continuity of developmental health projects in line with the Kingdom’s vision 2030. In turn, the President of the Sectoral Council of Care touched on Health Ministry in the Jeddah Chamber, for the mechanism that this council will work on and the goals it will achieve, foremost of which is overcoming obstacles to investment in the health care sector, which strengthens the Chamber’s role as a representative of the business community and aligns it with its current and future goals.