On Thursday, November 27, at 11 a.m., new units have been inaugurated at Cairo University Specialized Pediatric Hospital (Abu El-Rish). It is considered one of the hospitals affiliated to Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University.
The new units include (triage – reception – emergency care – outpatient clinics).
The establishment of the hospital returns to year 1983 as a donation from the Japanese government. It is considered pioneering and specialized in medicine and pediatric surgery in the Middle East. It offers free distinctive medical and nursing service for patient children from all over the country.
The hospital includes ten intensive care units, three operations departments, cardiac catheterization department, and dialysis department. About million children got these medical services annually for free. Many renovations and upgrades have been recently made for the hospital costing about one million and five hundred thousand EGPs. It included the renewal of outpatient clinics. Digital call devices have also been installed for patients to regulate their entry to receive the service without any overstock. About 8, 000 cases approximately visit the hospital annually.
Noteworthy, intensive care has been equipped with the most modern devices costing about five million EGPs. This great development has been contributed by a group of donators and Banque Misr Organization.
The President of Cairo University thanks Cambridge for the courage shown in its return to fairer assessment methods, which restored the world’s confidence in it.
Cairo University Celebrates Forty Fifth Anniversary of October Victory
Cairo University President Meets Vice-President of Renmin University of China to Discuss Means of Cooperation of Belt and Road Initiative with Ain Shams University President Attending
Open Dialog by Minister of Islamic Endowments and Cairo University President with Students about Deconstructing Extremist Ideologies
Cairo University Organizes International Forum for Cultural Heritage entitled Popular Literature and Interdisciplinary Studies in Participation with Researchers from 9 States