Noor Hospital Resumed Operations with Help of Alkhidmat Foundation
KABUL (BNA) The Public Health Ministry on Monday reported operation of the “Vitreoretinal” and “Oculoplastic” wards of Noor Hospital in Kabul resumed.
In a statement received by Bakhtar News Agency, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Public Health said with the reopening and exploitation of these sectors’ “eye health services” will boost the country.
According to the source; The units were funded by Pakistan’s Alkhidmat foundation.
Plastic surgery, malformations, tumor resection, and eyelid surgery are available for patients with the reopening of the sector of Noor hospital.
Mawlawi Mohammad Daud Mansoori, Head of the Office of the Ministry of Public Health, called the opening of these departments an effective step towards improving the quality of health services in the country, and on behalf of the Afghan people, he appreciated Alkhidmat financially support.
Mansoori said With the activation of these wards, the country’s medics will be able to perform operations and eye health services on patients in this hospital, and people will be prevented from leaving Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, a team of Pakistani ophthalmologists has been traveling to Afghanistan for a six days visit to cooperate with the Service Foundation to provide free eye health services to patients at Noor Hospital.
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Source: Bakhtar News Agency