Strenuous efforts are made by the staffs of the Engineering Maintenance Department in the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, to implement the Fourth Hayat Lobby project for the treatment of patients with Corona virus, as a symbiotic gesture for the health department of Karbala city within the medical city of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), in order to contribute to strengthening preventive measures and to increase the clinical capacity and reduce the momentum on the Hayat lobbies in the governorate. The project is implemented in coordination with the Karbala Health Department and with the follow-up of the Medical Affairs Division at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine.
And about the latest works that the project witnessed with steady steps, the engineer of the project, Mohammed Mustafa Al-Taweel, stated that: “The work is carried out according to what is planned and according to the stages of the project. After the work of the iron structure was completed, we were supposed to start the covering work with the (sandwich panels) sections, but there are some circumstances that prevented the arrival of this material in a timely manner, though our staff did not stand idly by but invested time and started the works of the fifth stage of the project, which until this moment included the following:
- Fixing the toilet seats for the bathrooms in all single rooms and the rest of the administrative and service rooms.
- Preparing the flooring of the bathrooms and start covering it with ceramic tiles.
- Preparing the space between the patients' lobby and the consulting clinics, in order to starting to cover them."
Al-Taweel explained: "The results of the final plans of the Lobby project will result in two parts:
The first section: It is a six consulting clinics with different specialties, with a sonar room and a radiology room of the same dimensions, a laboratory as well as a department management room and two bathrooms one for men and the other for women, in addition to a waiting hall.
The second section: It consists of (15) single rooms in addition to a bathroom, in addition to a room for doctors and a pharmacy, two separate rooms for nurses (men and women), a management and storing rooms, in addition to two dedicated rooms for medical staff, one for men and the other for women, in addition to two separate bathrooms.
Al-Taweel asserted: "All constructional health standards for establishing such facilities have been taken into consideration, in accordance with the nature of the services they will provide, as well as all the building materials that were subject to engineering and health examination and all are in conformity with the required specifications."