Photos shows Kuwait Red Crescent Society field hospital in Gaza. – KUNA photos
Photos shows Kuwait Red Crescent Society field hospital in Gaza. – KUNA photos

KRCS field hospital in Gaza receives critical cases

GAZA: Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) field hospital in Gaza received a number of injured and critical cases, although it has not been declared open and operating due to the state of emergency amid threats by Zionist occupation’s army targeting neighboring hospitals. Medical Director of KRCS field hospital Dr Anwar Al-Gharra said in a press statement to KUNA on Wednesday that the hospital, which had been kept shut after establishment, received a number of such cases in response to distress calls from several nearby hospitals in the Al-Mawasi area, west of Khan Younis.

Al-Gharra added that the occupation forces targeted a number of hospitals in Gaza and its health system as most hospitals went out of service. He expressed hope that the field hospital’s services would contribute to alleviating the suffering of the people of the Gaza Strip in the difficult conditions they are facing, including a severe shortage of materials, medicines, and medical and health supplies.

He also extended his sincere thanks and appreciation to Kuwait, His Highness the Amir, the government, and the people for their role in helping to alleviate the suffering of the Palestinians in Gaza, praising the role of the KRCS for providing humanitarian aid and its distinguished cooperation with the Palestinian Red Crescent Society. For his part, Director of Health Programs at the Palestinian Red Crescent Society Dr Bashar Murad said that KRCS hospital is considered the best field hospital in Gaza Strip in terms of equipment.

KRCS field hospital is located on an area of 750 square meters, equipped with the latest medical devices and equipment, including operating and intensive care rooms, in addition to incubators for newborns, a radiology unit, a pharmacy, and a medical analysis laboratory that contains the necessary equipment to conduct various types of medical examinations. — KUNA

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