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Saudi Clinics Offer Medical Services To 11 Thousands Syrian Refugees In Zaatari - ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English Archive
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Amman: The Saudi Specialized Clinics has provided medical care for 11,215 cases of Syrian refugees living in the Zaatari camp located in Jordan in May 2016.

Medical Director of Saudi Specialized Clinics, Dr. Hamid Al Mufalani, asserted that what differentiates the services offered by the clinics from other medical establishments is the presence of modern medical equipment capable to provide the highest medical, physical and mental care for Syrian refugees.

Also, the clinics work on developing the medial care provided for the brotherly Syrian nationals through 13 specialized clinics located inside the Saudi Specialized Clinics, in addition to the presence of assisting departments to assure that every Syrian refugee gets the right diagnostic and the proper treatment.

From his part, Regional Director of the Saudi National Campaign to support Syrian brothers, Dr. Bader Al Samahan said the Saudi Specialized Clinics is considered one of the most important relief works established by the campaign to support Syrian refugees in Zaatari campaign, with the start of the Syrian crisis.

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