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Inpatients of Mena Hospital Are Grateful to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and His Government
08 November 2011
A number of pilgrims receiving treatment at Mena Emergency Hospital have expressed immense gratitude and appreciation to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, and his Government, for the colossal efforts exerted with the aim to provide integrated services for the 'guests of Allah' in all fields, among which healthcare services are undoubtedly the first and foremost.

Hajj Rabi' Abdultawwab is an Egyptian pilgrim undergoing kidney dialysis at Mena Emergency Hospital. He was quoted as saying: “The health services provided here incomparable. We have been receiving curative services of highest quality since entering the hospital.” Then he thanked the Saudi Government for its efforts intended to preserve the pilgrims' health, comfort and well-being.

For his part, Hajj Ibrahim Mahmoud Ebaid, who has been transmitted to the hospital following suffering kidney pains, in order to undergo dialysis, affirmed that the health services provided in the Holy Places are terrific. All pilgrims, he added, enjoy the curative and ambulatory services provided by the distinguished health facilities based in (and in the surroundings of) the Holy Sites. In conclusion, he expressed his profound gratitude for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its Wise Leadership.




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