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QRCS team visits Mauritania to discuss growth of Hamad Bin Khalifa Hospital

QRCS team visits Mauritania to discuss 
growth of Hamad Bin Khalifa Hospital

Tribune News Network
Doha
A high-profile delegation of Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) visited Mauritania to discuss the development of Hamad Bin Khalifa Hospital in Boutilimit. The hospital is run by QRCS under the supervision of Education Above All (EAA).
The delegation comprised Ibrahim Abdullah al Maliki, chief executive director; Dr Ghanem Sultan al Sulaiti, member of Medical Committee and director of Training, Research, and Development Center (TRDC), and doctors and technicians from the Medical Affairs Division.
During the four-day visit, the delegation evaluated the opportunities of development for the current organisational structure of the hospital in order to enhance the quality of treatment and medical care.
Since 2012, Hamad Bin Khalifa Hospital has been managed by QRCS’ Medical Affairs Division. It plays a significant role, by providing primary and secondary health care in a wide range of medical specialisations for the benefit of the poor population of the city of Boutilimit and neighbouring regions.
Through this health facility, QRCS seeks to promote the principles of charitable work, as well as to broaden the scope of humanitarian aid to inaccessible areas that lack the resources to extend medical coverage to everyone in a manner that preserves their dignity.
In a visit to the Mauritanian Red Crescent headquarters, QRCS’ delegation discussed upgrades in humanitarian action through joint projects.
QRCS has intensive experience in the operation of health facilities, such as Workers’ Health Centers and Medical Commission Units, owned by the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) in Qatar.
Also, QRCS has advanced emergency ambulance services, with its 50 well-equipped ambulance vehicles.
To expand the utilisation of its capacity to other communities, QRCS deploys mobile field hospitals and operates health facilities in more than 22 countries.

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