[size=36]At a cost of up to $ 40 million .. The establishment of the Iraqi-Korean Center for Critical Medical Care[/size]
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, a Korean company has started the establishment of the Iraqi Korean Center for Critical Care in Baghdad, with funding from the Korean (KOICA) agency, at a cost of up to $ 40 million.
"The project is one of the delayed projects, as it dates back to the year 2014, when it was suspended due to the security conditions that the country went through after that," said Dr. Hassan Al-Tamimi, Director General of the City of Medicine, affiliated to the Ministry of Health and Environment.
"The center, which consists of five floors and has a capacity of 70 beds, is a specialized unit to provide medical care for critical cases, and it is hoped that it will be fully completed and opened in a period not to exceed 18 months," Al-Tamimi said.
He pointed out that "the Ministry of Health has previously allocated a plot of land with an area of five thousand square meters for the establishment of the project within the geographical area of Baghdad Medical City, explaining that the center is concerned with treating patients who suffer from respiratory failure, in addition to neurological injuries."
Al-Tamimi stated that "it is scheduled to be equipped with resonance devices, mines, and linear accelerator devices that are used to treat cancer patients, in addition to providing all the advanced medical supplies and equipment for intensive care according to international specifications."
He indicated that "a medical team of hospital directors and engineering owners has been sent to South Korea, in order to see similar projects, to agree on the basic designs of the project, in addition to gaining experience in managing such centers, in addition to exchanging information in medical specialties."
The Director General of the City of Medicine noted, "the holding of a series of intensive care meetings and conference, during which the importance of speeding up the construction of the center was emphasized in accordance with the specified timelines in order to provide treatment services for patients, and 200 medical, nursing, engineering staff and workers in pollution control in South Korea were trained." , And achieving a state of twinning between the two sides. "Ended 29 / p