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King Fahad Hospital in Jeddah Receives Three Injured Yemenis, Provides them with the Necessary Medical Care
24 May 2015
In implementation of the gracious directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz - May Allah protect him - on preparing all facilities for the people of Yemen, as well as providing the best health services for the wounded Yemeni brothers, and under the direct follow-up of His Excellency the Minister of Health, Eng. Khalid bin Abdulaziz Al-Falih, King Fahad Hospital in Jeddah received last Friday three injured Yemeni civilians, whose injuries were caused by shrapnel and gunshots inside the Yemeni territories. They were referred by hospitals in Najran to receive the necessary specialized health care.
Meanwhile, the Director of King Fahad Hospital in Jeddah, Dr. Hammad Shuja'a Al-Usmani visited the injured early yesterday (Saturday) and checked on their health status, in addition to the health services and therapeutic plans provided for them. He directed heads of sections and physicians overseeing the treatment process to provide the injured with all health services and follow up their health status on a regular basis.
Additionally, Dr. Shuja'a expressed his deep keenness to meet patients' health needs and raise the level of health services to live up to the expectations of the rulers -May Allah protect them.
Addressing the patients, Dr. Shuja'a asserted that the Kingdom is their second country and that they will receive the necessary care till they completely recover and leave for their country safely, Allah willing. Wrapping up his visit, Dr. Shuja'a emphasized that the hospital is fully ready to receive more cases of Yemeni patients, when necessary.
It's worth mentioning here that the Yemeni patients suffer different injuries caused by shrapnel and gunshots and receive healthcare at orthopedic, surgery and urology sections, whilst one of them has been referred to the intensive care unit to receive the necessary healthcare.

Last Update : 25 May 2015 12:39 PM
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