Saudi Arabia to provide equipment to hospital


MANSEHRA: The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia would provide high-tech surgical and other equipment and machinery to King Abdullah University Hospital.

“A memorandum of understanding has been reached between the government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the Saudi Fund for Development for the provision of modern medical gadgets and high-tech machinery,” Pakistan’s AMP Tehreek-i told reporters on Friday. -Insaf, Babar Saleem Swati. He said King Abdullah University Hospital (Kath) was rebuilt by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia) after the facility developed dangerous cracks during the devastating 2005 earthquake.

“Now SFD will provide modern technology to the cardiology and orthopedics departments under its $21.5 million expanded grant for the 2005 earthquake that hit Kath and King Abdullah Azad University. Kashmir,” Swati said.

He added that Saudi Ambassador Nawaf Bin Saeed Al-Maliki and Senator Shibli Faraz were also present at the signing ceremony of the agreement.

“In addition to other surgical equipment machines, the SFD would also provide the dialysis machines, CT scan, magnetic rezone images, Oxygen plant system and digital X-ray machines,” Swati added. .

A press release issued by the Embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia said the Kath, which was rebuilt by Saudi Arabia, provided health services to more than 2,000 patients daily.


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