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Hospital Medical Team Members Leaves to Pakistan
01 September 2010
Field Hospital Medical Team members leaves King Khaled International Airport this morning, Wednesday 22-9-1413, and tomorrow morning, Thursday 23-9-1431 at 9:30 am heading to Pakistan in order to supervise the two field hospitals, which King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz directed to send to Pakistan to provide treatment and humanitarian services for needed and affected Pakistani people by the floods.
 
Dr. Khaled Bin Mohamed Margalany, Ministry of Health Spokesman clarified that the Ministry of Health Deputy Minister for Executive Affairs, Dr. Mansour Bin Nasser AL Hawasi, the Arm Force Medical Services General Director, Dr. Ketab Bin Eid Al Etaiby, Dr. Saad AL Mehrej from National Guard Health Affairs and a number of health officials will farewell the medical team at King Khaled International Airport.
 
Dr. Margalany added that the concerned sectors provided all medical tools, medication and needed supplies for the medical team(consist of different medical specialties) in order to ease their humanitarian duties and provide the best possible health care services to help flood victims.
 
Moreover, the two field hospitals consist of 100 in each hospital, which means 200 beds. In addition of surgery rooms, laboratory, pharmacy, x-ray rooms, ICU and other supportive services. 



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