Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Health and Population, directed the formation of committees to pass through all the Ministry’s hospitals, to follow up the practical application of the trainings that were organized to improve the skills of the medical teams, in addition to following up the development work and selecting models of medical facilities and preparing them to obtain the approval of the General Authority for Health Accreditation and Control.
Dr. Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Health and Population, stated that the committee includes 60 individuals from the fields of urgent care, pharmacy, dentistry, industrial kidneys, and hospital management in the curative care sector.
Dr. Ahmed Saafan, head of the curative care sector, indicated that the committee began its work by passing through 17 hospitals in Assiut Governorate, where Assiut General Hospital was supported with full urology endoscopy, and Al-Iman General Hospital was provided with 5 childcare beds, in addition to knee and orthopedic endoscopes. And adding 10 childcare beds to Assiut Fever Hospital.
Performing 178 surgeries in Assiut Hospital
Dr. Ahmed Saafan confirmed that waiting lists for cardiac catheters were eliminated in Assiut Governorate, by performing 178 surgeries at Assiut General Hospital, and 500 orthopedic surgeries were performed at Al-Iman General Hospital, in cooperation with Assiut University Hospitals.
For his part, Dr. Khaled Al-Khatib, Head of the Central Administration for Critical and Urgent Care, reported training medical teams in Assiut General Hospital and the Health Insurance Foundation on cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and training medical teams in nursery departments, stressing the formation of daily committees to pass through hospitals and follow up on medical staff and regular workflow to provide Best medical service for patients.