Harpur Memorial Hospital in Sadat, affiliated with the Episcopal/Anglican Church in Egypt, is completing a series of medical convoys at the Wadi El-Natrun Center in Beheira, as part of a medical convoy program for areas deprived of basic medical services, in partnership with the Misr El-Kheir Foundation, where it was hosted by the Church of the Virgin Mary
On his behalf, Dr. Hany Abader, director of the hospital, explained: The convoy included the specialties of internal medicine, general surgery, children, orthopedics, and urology by examining 100 patients, as some analyzes were done and some medicines prescribed to patients in the region were dispensed, in addition to transferring some cases that need surgical intervention or some Medical examinations not available in the convoy to the hospital.
Abadir added: The convoys program is scheduled to include several places surrounding Sadat City, such as the village of Al-Safa, Al-Marwa, Imam Malik, and Kafr Daoud. Adding: A protocol has been established for personal protective measures for patients and the convoy crew to prevent the spread of infection with the Covid-19 virus during the convoy.
It is worth mentioning that the hospital was initially opened as a medical center consisting of a number of clinics in 1996, and then the hospital was opened in late 2011 The hospital consists of several departments, the outpatient department, and it includes 16 specialties: internal medicine, pediatrics, surgery, orthopedics, women, nose, ear, conjunctivitis, dermatology, dental, heart, urology, psychiatry, neurology, digestive system, liver, brain, neurology, physiotherapy and blood vessels, in addition to the emergency department, which operates 24 hours a day in parallel with services Lab, radiology and operations.