Jordanian Medical Mission continues to provide healthcare to Jordanian, Palestinian pilgrims

Makkah, June 11 (Petra) – The head of the Jordanian Medical Mission, Majid Asaad, said that the mission provides services to Jordanian and Palestinians of 1948 through two medical clinics in Makkah in the Jarwal and Hafil neighbourhoods, in two shifts from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Asaad added that the mission receives about 300 Jordanian and Palestinians of 1948 pilgrims daily, out of a total of 12,500 pilgrims, pointing out that sufficient quantities of medicines and necessary treatments have been provided many times more than in previous years.

He explained that most of the cases that visit the clinics suffer from high temperatures, pressure, diabetes, bronchitis and coughs, and the necessary treatment is dispensed to them.

He pointed out that blood oxygenation is checked, diabetic foot treatment is provided, and medical services are provided to pilgrims.

He added that the number of members of the Jordanian medical mission is about 40 people, including 23 doctors of various specialties, 5 nurses, 5 pharmacists and 9 administrators and technicians distributed to the two centers.

//Petra// AF
11/06/2024 22:25:37