Pakistani-Emirati military hospital conquer coronavirus
The Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital is an honorable model for the success of the UAE’s development and humanitarian projects, to help people and countries cope with diseases, epidemics, and natural disasters.
The UAE continues its great efforts and humanitarian role in providing aid to countries in different regions of the world, to enhance its capabilities in the face of the emerging coronavirus.
The establishment of the Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital, which cost $ 108 million, came in implementation of the directives of His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the State, may God protect him, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces to provide humanitarian assistance And the development of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, and support the health sector in it, and with the follow-up of His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs.
10,000 people with Corona were treated in the Pakistani-Emirati military hospital
The Pakistani-Emirati military hospital was able in the past months to receive and treat more than 10 thousand cases infected with the emerging Coronavirus, as all hospital wards and departments were allocated to isolate and care for the infected.
The name of the hospital today stands out as being one of the most important major hospitals, which contribute greatly to the efforts of the Pakistani government to combat the Coronavirus, by taking advantage of the great capabilities and high readiness that the hospital has to provide treatment and hospital services for people with the disease.
Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital Development project
The Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital is one of the largest health development projects that have been implemented in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in recent years.
Abdullah Khalifa Al-Ghafli, Emirati project manager for the assistance of Pakistan, stressed that the rational leadership in the Emirates has been keen, through its generous guidance, to adopt many humanitarian initiatives aimed at providing assistance and support in all development and humanitarian fields to the children of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
He pointed out that the success of the Pakistani-Emirati military hospital during this critical phase in assisting the Pakistani government and the Pakistani army to combat the Coronavirus confirms the excellence of the vision of the rational leadership of the UAE and its approach to giving, solidarity and solidarity with the Pakistani people, and meeting their development and humanitarian needs, through the implementation of many Health programs and projects, which aim to promote and upgrade medical services according to the latest international standards and high quality, and in a manner that meets and ensures the provision and provision of advanced, integrated and high-quality health services with efficiency and competence.
Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital Specializations
The Director of the Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital said: “The hospital is considered one of the most modern and pioneering hospitals for the armed forces in all medical specialties, where about 350 consultants and doctors work in various specialties and provide programs Effective training for Franchise Physicians.”
He pointed out that due to the spread of the Corona epidemic, the Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital was transformed into a center for managing cases of HIV infection and treating patients from all strata of society and from all parts of the provinces of Pakistan. To deal with this epidemic, and to take all necessary preventive measures to receive, isolate, and treat patients with the disease, a specific unit was established in the hospital for this purpose.
The director of the Pakistan-Emirati Military Hospital concluded his speech by saying, “On behalf of the Pakistani government in general and the armed forces in particular, I want to thank the wise leadership of the UAE for its humanitarian development projects and contribute to the establishment and equipping of this modern hospital. I express the gratitude and appreciation of the Pakistani people for their assistance and providing the best types of health care for them”.
Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital Readiness
For her part, Brigadier General Shaathi Nathhar, director of the Department of Diseases and Epidemiology of the Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital said: “The Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital was one of the main hospitals, which was relied upon to combat the Coronavirus, because of its great capabilities and high readiness to provide treatment and hospital services for the injured Get sick.”
She added, “When a lot of cases appeared in Pakistan and arrived at the hospital, and because of the great capabilities and modern facilities of the hospital, we did not suffer from the problem of accommodating patients, especially those in need of ventilators due to the availability of large numbers we have, noting that the hospital contains more than 1400 beds, expressing her thanks And gratitude for the leadership of the UAE, which helped us build this hospital, and provided him with a great infrastructure that helped us fight this disease very well. ”
In the past months, the UAE has sent 3 aircraft to Pakistan that contains 18.3 tons of medical supplies, in addition to 20 thousand Corona testing devices, which benefit 18.3 thousand health care workers, to enhance their field efforts, and to support Pakistan in containing and limiting From the spread of the Coronavirus.
It is worth noting that the Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital has a capacity of 1400 beds and is ready to receive 6000 to 9000 cases per day, and more than 3 million annually, and it consists of a group of departments, consulting, specialized, and surgical clinics, and the wards and patient wards.
Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital Medical staff
The number of medical staff working in the Pakistani-Emirati Military Hospital is 350 doctors and specialists, 800 nurses, and nurses, in addition to more than 1500 administrators and technicians to operate the hospital. The cost of its construction amounted to $ 108 million, funded by the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development and the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation for Humanitarian Action.