Menoufia University doctors examine 618 cases in Sheikh Zuweid

Menoufia University doctors examine 618 cases in Sheikh Zuweid

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The expanded integrated medical convoy of Menoufia University continues its work for the second day in a row in the village of Sheikh Zuweid, North Sinai Governorate
  This is under the auspices of Dr. Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister, and Dr. Ahmed El-Kased, President of Menoufia University, and supervised by Dr. Sobhi Sharaf, Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development.

Menoufia University doctors signed an examination of approximately 618 sick cases in various medical specialties. The medical team also conducted laboratory tests, x-rays, and electrocardiograms on approximately 208 patients. 14 cases were transferred to complete treatment at the expense of the state, and medical glasses were made to 121 with the exchange of glasses. Medicines for patients are free of charge

El-Kased thanked all those in charge of the convoy work, stressing that the medical convoys are the university's gateway to society and the surrounding environment to perform its mission of serving its citizens, reaching disadvantaged areas and individuals who are unable to provide a service aimed at meeting primary medical needs, and although it does not represent a sustainable model for medical service, it is given a boost Refresher and fill a big gap in medical work

The work of the second day of the convoy was followed by Dr. Farid Wagdy, Vice Dean of the College of Applied Health Sciences for Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs and General Supervisor of the University’s convoys. Medical specializations were supervised by Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Sebaei, Dean of the College of Medicine, Dr. Haitham Maimon, Dean of Pharmacy in Menoufia, Dr. Mohamed Shaaban, Member of the Higher Medical Committee and General Coordinator of the Convoys in the Council Ministers.

The convoy is scheduled to conclude its work tomorrow in the village of Bir Abd in North Sinai Governorate.