Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Health and Population, announced the provision of 376 thousand and 96 services, through the “100 Health Days” initiative, yesterday, Sunday, August 13, in all governorates of the Republic.
Dr. Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Health and Population, stated that the services provided by the “100 Days of Health” campaign included 12,910 services, as part of the President’s initiative to support women’s health – in the first visit – while occasional and frequent visits amounted to 31,917 services.
Abdul Ghaffar added that the “100 Health Days” initiative provided services of the President’s initiative for early detection and treatment of hearing impairment and loss in newborns, to 4,824 children, while providing 38,534 services, within the President’s initiative for early detection and treatment of chronic diseases and renal impairment.
Abdel Ghaffar indicated that the campaign provided 2,244 services, within the presidential initiative for maternal and fetal health, and 6 thousand 87 services to obtain certificates of the president’s initiative to examine those about to get married, and 3 thousand and 407 citizens were treated, as part of the president’s initiative to end waiting lists and issue treatment decisions. At the expense of the state for 13 thousand and 827 citizens.
Abdul Ghaffar said that the “100 Days of Health” initiative provided the services of the President’s initiative to examine cancerous tumors (prostate – colon – lung – cervix) by filling out 17,438 questionnaires, adding that the total number of visitors to medical convoys amounted to 9,127 citizens.
Abdul Ghaffar added that the number of female beneficiaries of family planning clinics services amounted to 76,912 beneficiaries, and the home visits of rural women pioneers amounted to 71,916 visits, and the rates of vaccination of children with routine vaccinations reached 83,328 children.
Abdul Ghaffar added that the “100 Health Days” provided 3,625 services in the field of mental health, including emergency services, psychological treatment, addiction treatment for adults and adolescents, rehabilitation, psychological support, follow-up on complaints and answering inquiries.
Abdul Ghaffar added that “100 Health Days” provided awareness and health education services to about 50,000 citizens, through community communication teams deployed in public areas, clubs and malls in the governorates, to raise awareness and direct citizens to receive the services of public health initiatives provided by the initiative, and seminars were also held. Educational and awareness activities.
Abdul Ghaffar called on all citizens to go to the headquarters of the initiative’s services, and the locations of the mobile clinics, to benefit from their services, or to request home visits for elderly patients and those unable to move, via the hotline “15335”.