UAE delegation visits Emirati field hospital in Gaza

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An Emirati medical delegation visited the integrated field hospital established by the UAE in the Gaza Strip to support the health system and provide medical treatment to the Palestinians.

Led by Dr Noura Khamis Al Ghaithi, the delegation visited the wounded at the hospital and was briefed about the hospital's facilities and operational practices by representatives of the Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) Authority.

"This visit builds on the UAE's unwavering commitment to stand with our Palestinian brothers and sisters. We're here to address their urgent needs, deliver essential healthcare to the wounded and injured, and continue the vital work of Operation Gallant Knight 3.

"Through this mission, we reaffirm our steadfast humanitarian approach, helping to alleviate suffering and support the Palestinian people in Gaza under various circumstances," said Al Ghaithi.

An experienced Emirati medical team has assumed management of the field hospital, bringing their specialised skills and dedication to deliver essential healthcare to the Palestinian people.

Equipped with a range of medical needs, the hospital has dedicated operating rooms for general, paediatric and vascular surgeries. Its advanced facilities extend to adult and child intensive care units, anaesthesia department, and specialised clinics catering to diverse fields like internal medicine, dentistry, orthopaedics, psychiatry, family medicine, paediatrics, and gynaecology.

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