The project of building outpatient clinics for students of the Faculty of Dentistry at Al-‘Ameed University is reaching its final stages.

The Department of Engineering Maintenance and Construction at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine announced that the works on the project of building external clinics for students of the College of Dentistry at Al-'Ameed University, located in the Sa'adiyya region in the Karbala governorate, reached final stages.

The completion rate has exceeded 90% and works are still continuing within the timelines and medical and technical specifications that are appropriate for such training centers.

This is according to what was confirmed to the al-Kafeel Network, by the engineer of the project, Karrar Brihi, who added: “The building will be a model for training centers in Iraq, where the most recent construction methods were used to be a place for clinical training for students of the College of Dentistry, in addition to providing it with modern medical equipment and devices from the most prestigious international institutions. ".

He indicated: “The building has an area of ​​(420) square meters and consists of four floors (ground floor with three other floors). The ground floor includes three administration rooms and a hall to receive patients, in addition to three rooms for radiation. As for the other three floors, each floor consists of two halls and clinics. Each clinic can accommodate (28) trainees, in addition to bathrooms."

He continued: "The building is equipped with an escalator, as well as the latest electrical, cooling and fire extinguishing, water, sewage and communication systems, while following the latest occupational safety methods of the systems followed in their peers of the buildings."

In the conclusion of his speech, Brihi asserted, "What remains of the work is the finishing of the facade of the building from the outside and some internal work. And God willing, the building will be ready for use by the beginning of the next academic year to receive students and patients."
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