Jordanian field hospital provides 3m services in Gaza since 2009

Jordanian field hospital
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GAZA – According to the spokesman for the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, the Jordanian field hospital has provided over 3 million services to the residents of Gaza during its presence, according to Al-Mamlaka. اضافة اعلان

He emphasized that the hospital plays a significant supportive role in Gaza's healthcare system, and it serves as a real asset to the healthcare system and a place of safety for the Palestinian people.

The hospital has been praised for its commitment to continuing its services and support despite the challenges and difficulties. The Jordanian field hospital is the first Arab field hospital to enter Gaza after the 2009 war and is essential in light of the healthcare pressure caused by daily receiving over 300 dead and more than a thousand injuries. 

This situation is due to the injuries that are overwhelming the healthcare system because of the Israeli blockade before the start of the current aggression. Some healthcare services in Gaza have been disrupted due to water shortages, including kidney dialysis, which is a life-saving service. There are 450 kidney failure patients who have not received the dialysis session necessary for their survival. 

The Israeli occupation is aware of the fragility of the healthcare system, and international, humanitarian, and healthcare institutions around the world are aware of the dire healthcare conditions in Gaza, which lacks the necessary health resources for its residents. 

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