VISIT OF PRIME MINISTER SENIOR ADVISOR TO IBC FIELD HOSPITAL


Prime Minister Senior Advisor Dr. Muhammed Murtaza Yetiş visited IBC Field Hospital providing health care to the war wounded Syrian refugees in Kilis. Prime Minister Senior Advisor Mr. Yetiş and accompanying delegation continued their tour by visiting the patients’ rooms and chatting with the patients. Senior Advisor Mr. Yetiş received information about the medical services provided by IBC Field Hospital from IBC President Mr. Recep Üker and Vise President Mr. Muzaffer Baca. Mr. Yetiş ended the visit by wishing to continuation of the work undertaken and by congratulating the IBC staff.

Senior Advisor Mr. Yetiş also met with the non-governmental organization representatives and governmental officials supporting the Syrian relief works in Kilis at the same day and stated that the process should be carried out in consultation with civil society organizations and said “We see the serious work being done by government at their own expense but without civil society we couldn’t be successful.” in his statement.

In the direction of restoring the health of the Syrian war victims, IBC Field Hospital serves medical care with 50 bad capacity in Kilis and also supporting patients and their relatives by social activities and with psychosocial support services so that they can overcome the experienced trauma.



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