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Al Hussein Hospital in Amman has now New Advanced Departments

The new obstetric and neonatal departments and the outpatient clinic at Al Hussein Hospital in Amman have been renewed and launched by Minister of Health Abdul Latif Wreikat and US Ambassador Stuart E. Jones. completed the work in October 2011which coasted $1.8 million, according to a US embassy statement. The statement added “As part of the USAID-funded Health Systems Strengthening II (HSS II) Project, which carried out the renovations, USAID also introduced a prenatal information system, which provides Ministry of Health hospitals and outpatient clinics with an up-to-date database of expectant mothers’ medical histories, to help avoid unnecessary or repetitive tests and improve service providers’ readiness to deal with clinical cases, especially women with high-risk pregnancies”.

was first launched in September 2009 with an approximate coast of $73.5 million. The goal of the project was the quality and responsiveness of the public healthcare system in Jordan through cooperation between the Ministry of Health and the Royal Medical Services. Also by the end of 2012; new departments will be established such as obstetric, neonatal and emergency room in another 12 hospitals across the country.

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