KSrelief clinics continue work at Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan

[17-04-2022 10:55 AM]

Ammon News - The clinics of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) are continuing their work providing medical services to Syrian refugees at the Zaatari camp in Jordan, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Saturday.

The clinics have been visited by 703 patients, including 300 patients at the general clinics, 47 at the internal clinic, 92 patients at the pediatric clinic, while the emergency department received 39 patients and the two dental clinics received 32 patients.

In addition, 84 female patients were received in the women's clinic, 264 tests were performed for 83 patients with various types of laboratory requirements, 26 x-rays were performed for 16 patients, and 28 vaccinations were given to 10 patients, while the total prescriptions registered in the clinics' pharmacy amounted to 546 prescriptions.

The work being carried out by KSrelief comes after Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, the general supervisor of the organization toured the Zaatari camp last month.

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