The World Health Organization (WHO/EMR) has recognized Dr. Samar Mismar, Founder of the Family Medicine Program at An-Najah National University, as one of the pioneers in the field of family medicine in the Middle East.

Dr. Mismar was honored during the International Universal Health Coverage Day held in Cairo, Egypt, where she was chosen as the representative of Palestine among the representatives of five countries from the region who were recognized during the ceremony.

Family medicine is an important field in healthcare, providing primary and continuing care for individuals and families across the lifespan.

Dr. Mismar's efforts in founding the Family Medicine Program at An-Najah have been instrumental in promoting this specialty in Palestine and the wider Middle East region.

The WHO/EMR's recognition of Dr. Mismar's pioneering work is a testament to her dedication and expertise in the field. Her contributions to the advancement of family medicine in the region have been invaluable and continue to make a positive impact on healthcare delivery and access.

Dr. Mismar expressed her gratitude for the honor, stating that it is a reflection of the hard work and commitment of the entire team at the University's Family Medicine Program. She also highlighted the importance of family medicine in achieving universal health coverage and emphasized the need for continued investment and support for this specialty in the region.

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