"Doctors without wages" is on its 16th tour to provide medical and therapeutic services to over 500 beneficiaries.

This is the 16th station in the series of stations and tours carried out by the team of the Doctors without wages, namely the neighborhood of the internal security of the Karbala province, where medical and therapeutic services specializing in internal medicine, eyes and dermatology were provided free of charge to more than (500) citizens under the supervision of Medical and nursing staff of the al-Kafeel hospital of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine in addition to referring a large number of them to the hospital for laboratory and radiological examinations or surgical operations.

The director of relations at the hospital, Mr. Hassan Al-'Aredhi, said that "the team of doctors without wages will continue its field trips to provide services to citizens in remote areas and far from the centers of cities in various Iraqi provinces, and this tour came in response to the people in this neighborhood, and number of them were referred to the al-Kafeel hospital because their condition that requires tests and analyzes in the hospital and then to provide the appropriate treatment to them. "

The project has seen a big turnout and of a great praise by the people of this region which was really in need of such services.

It is to note that the project of "Doctors without wage", which was launched in the holy city of Karbala, aims to:

First: Check the pathological cases in the areas that suffer shortages in the presence of medical centres.

Second: Prescribing the appropriate treatment and giving it under the supervision of specialist doctors.

Third: Contributing to alleviate the burden on citizens' health.

Fourth: Educating medically the residents of these areas and giving them medical instructions.

Fifth: Referring the incurable cases to the hospital and supervising to give them the appropriate treatment after diagnosis.

Sixth: Seeing in the field the pathologies of the patients in these areas to find suitable treatments.
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