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Makkah Hospitals Are Getting Ready for Haj Season

Makkah Hospitals Are Getting Ready for Haj SeasonAccording to Dr. Khalid Obaid Zafar, Director General of Health Affairs of the region and a member of the Central Committee, is hosting three million pilgrims coming for Haj this year. So the and the medical staffs are getting ready for this great event.

Dr. Zafar said in an interview that the hospitals are prepared with all the facilities, such hospitals include: King Abdul Aziz Hospital (272 beds), King Faisal Hospital (207 beds), Ibn Sina Hospital (200 beds), Maternity and Pediatric Hospital (300 beds), Hera General Hospital and Noor Specialist Hospital (526 beds in total). Also, there are five specialist centers opened for 24 hours, for curing people with disabilities, acute kidney cases, poison cases, and a very special laboratory for all kinds of medical tests.He also added that, this year the government’s medical plan includes the opening of seven hospitals, available for 24 hours a day over the five days of Haj, in Mina and Arafat. In Mina, there are the Mina General Hospital, Mina Bridge Hospital, Mina Valley Hospital, and Mina New Street Hospital; while in Arafat the hospitals include Arafat General Hospital, Mountain of Mercy Hospital and Nimrah Hospital.
Beside these hospitals, there are 42 clinics located in different places in Mina and Arafat and a number of ambulances ready for any emergency. In case of any of the pilgrims needs a special treatment, Noor Specialist Hospital is available.

Hospitals in Makkah, have received orders from the ministry of Health, to carry the pilgrims who need treatment to Arfat in their Ihram in the ambulances, and to be sure that no one misses any of his duties during Haj, as Arafat is considered one of the highest rituals in Haj.

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