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Medical trailer offers service to Syrian refugees
A medical trailer of IHH is offering free-of-charge health services to Syrians refugees.
Syria 01.09.2012

The medical trailer that was fully-equipped by IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation in cooperation with Qatar Charity, one of Qatar’s biggest humanitarian organizations, is providing Syrian refugees with free-of-charge health services. 

The trailer is stationed in Reyhanlı District of Hatay Province and accepts about 80 patients a day between 09:30 and 23:00. The patients examined at the trailer are also provided with necessary medication.

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation and Union of Syrian Medical Relief Organizations have been jointly carrying out the medical project for the past two months.

Otolaryngology, internal medicine, gynecology, cardiology specialists and general practitioners are working at the medical trailer. 

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