17 Feb 2018
El-Salem Patronizes a free medical day at Al-Turrah​

El-Salem Patronizes a free medical day at Al-Turrah

The Acting President of Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), Prof. Khaled Elsalem patronizes a free medical day at the town of Al-Turrah.

The free medical day benefiting about 1000 patients, which was organized by Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) and King Abdullah University Hospital (KAUH) in the presence of KAUH CEO, Prof. Ismail Matalka, and a large number of consultant doctors and specialists at JUST faculty of medicine, nursing staff, pharmacists, technician staff

Prof. Elsalem said that the launching of such medical days conducted by the University and the hospital aims at communicating with the civil society and to serve them in all their levels as well as reflecting (JUST and KAUH) roles in serving the community in providing health care and educational programs, in addition to the necessary treatment for patients in all specialties.

For his part, the CEO of the hospital, Prof. Ismail Matalka, expressed his delight for holding such event, which helps the unprivileged families and provide free medical services to Al-Turrah citizens.

Prof. Matalka added that KAUH is keen to strengthen its partnership with the local community through these humanitarian initiatives, saying that this gesture is part of our social responsibility towards the citizens who are entitled to receive health services.

The medical day included various laboratory tests, diagnosis of various general medicine, general surgery, ophthalmology, pediatrics, dentistry, skin, bone, blood pressure, diabetes, otolaryngology, urology, gynecology, ophthalmology, early detection of breast cancer and distribution of educational publications and awareness lectures on the Drug Scourge and addiction.

In their turn, Al-Turrah citizens expressed their gratitude for JUST's and KAUH's ongoing initiatives by extending their utmost greetings to the university and the hospital, for it have helped them diagnose and detect early diseases, and contributed to alleviating some financial burdens related to their medical treatments.

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