Arabian Medical Relief Society benefits 600,000 people between 2012–2021

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AMMAN — About 600,000 people have benefited from the services provided by the Arabian Medical Relief Society through its centers across Jordan’s governorates between 2012 and the end of 2021, reported Ammon News.اضافة اعلان

The society specializes in charitable medical services for the needy, including refugees, and provides health and medical care through centers located in Irbid, Zaatari and Azraq refugee camps, and elsewhere across the Kingdom.

The society aims to treat patients with physical disabilities, improve their health status, provide appropriate medical tools and equipment for different health conditions, and provide medical services to people in need of immediate care, including ambulance services.

Society Chairman Awni Al-Bashir said that the society has provided about one million consultations and about 6,000 laboratory tests to date, and will further expand these services through five additional medical centers which are currently under construction in Amman, Balqa and Irbid governorates, as well as the upcoming launch of a mobile clinic project.

Bashir said that the mobile clinic project, set to begin its service next Sunday in Al-Muwaqqar, features two mobile units which will provide medical services to different segments of Jordanian society living in remote areas such as the Jordan Valley, rural areas, and refugee camps. 

The five centers under construction, financed by the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development, comprise dental clinics, general medical clinics, emergency centers, and clinics providing outpatient surgery services. 

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