MOBILE CLINIC SERVICE TO NORTH SYRIA WITH THE SUPPORT OF IBC


Due to the lack of centers to provide health services in the Al-Bab district of Aleppo, Syria, IBC launched its mobile clinic service, especially for IDPs to access health services.

While the need for health services is increasing day by day due to pandemic conditions, the transportation problem in the regions where hospitals are located also causes an increase in grievances. In this scope, IBC; provide primary health care services aimed at reducing the effects of the crisis, with a mobile clinic in which 2 doctors, 2 nurses, and 2 health workers are employed and continues its efforts on diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation.

The clinic, which operates with the support of Doctors Without Borders and the coordination of the Syrian Health Task Force; While performing the necessary controls and interventions to the displaced people who are living in very difficult conditions with its experienced doctors and healthcare team, it also provides support for the supply of medicines.



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