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694 citizens were examined in an integrated convoy at Menoufia University as part of the governorate’s celebrations of its National Day

694 citizens were examined in an integrated convoy at Menoufia University as part of the governorate’s celebrations of its National Day

Media Management

14/06/2024

Under the patronage of Dr. Ahmed El-Kased, President of Menoufia University, and within the framework of Menoufia University’s participation in the governorate’s celebrations of its 118th National Day, the Community Service Sector organized an integrated medical convoy that carried out medical examinations on a large number of citizens and workers and held awareness seminars, in the presence of Major General Ibrahim Abu Laymoun, Governor of Menoufia, and Mohamed Moussa, Deputy Governor. The Governor and Dr. Sobhi Sharaf, Vice President of the University for Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs, where the caravan activities took place in the central restaurant at the university.


Dr. Ahmed El-Kased, President of the University, stressed the university’s keenness to support the bonds of joint cooperation between the university and the governorate to advance the governorate and the services provided to citizens in all fields, within the framework of the state’s plan to achieve sustainable development for all governorates, noting that the university’s convoys seek to provide health care to the citizens of the governorate for free. Adding that the state, under the leadership of His Excellency President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, pays great attention to the health sector and awareness of citizens throughout the republic.


The university president also congratulated the governor of Menoufia and the people of the governorate on the governorate’s National Day, wishing the governorate further advancement and progress.


For his part, Dr. Sobhi Sharaf indicated that the convoy came in cooperation with the Egyptian Red Crescent Society within the framework of the governorate’s celebrations of its National Day, explaining that the convoy examined 694 citizens, and the convoy included clinics for “internal diseases, family medicine, children, ophthalmia, and nose, ear, and throat,” in addition to To awareness initiatives about the danger of fatty liver, its symptoms, and how to prevent it.


During the convoy, a large number of cases were examined, including (81) cases in the internal medicine specialty, (92) in the ophthalmology specialty, (23) cases in the family medicine specialty, 118 cases in the ear and nose specialty, and (48) in examination. For Virus B (332) in the specialty of public and mental health, with a total of (694) cases, treatment was provided to them free of charge and critical cases were transferred to public hospitals. This is in addition to holding an awareness symposium on “improving mental health and reducing the phenomenon of suicide.”


A large number of doctors and faculty members at the university in various specialties participated in the convoy’s work, under the supervision of Dr. Muhammad Al-Nomani, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Haitham Mimoun, Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. Amal Shehata, Dean of the Faculty of Nursing, Dr. Osama Hegazy, Dean of the Liver Institute, and Dr. Rania Azmi, Dean of the Faculty. Medicine for Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs, Dr. Farid Wajdi, Vice Dean of the College of Applied Health Sciences and General Supervisor of Caravans, Hamdi Abdel Rahman, Director General of the General Administration of Community Service, and Hossam Abu El-Naga, Director of the University’s Caravan Administration.

 

 

 

 

 



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