New Units have been inaugurated at Cairo University Specialized Pediatric Hospital (Abu El-Rish) on Thursday, November 27. They are affiliated to Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University.
Professor Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University has said that Cairo University’s hospitals represent a great value in the health system of Egypt since 95 % of its free therapy is offered to the Egyptians. It spares no effort to serve anybody.
Nassar has also added that everybody should realize to what extent university hospitals generally, especially Kasr Al-Ainy Hospital, bear huge pressures. He pointed out that they are rarely having medical mistakes, and that no complaints concerning medical mistakes were made at Kasr Al-Ainy for a whole year.
Nassar has also illustrated that Kasr Al-Ainy hospital handles the errors of other hospitals, and offer professional services, such as; conducting open-heart surgeries for free. He stressed that the crowd and scramble at those hospitals is resulted from bearing more than a dozen of hospitals can bear.
President of Cairo University has also added that this year is the year of hospitals, pointing out that the requests of the university hospitals are orders because they belong to poor Egyptians. The prices of those hospitals are incomparable to the prices of private hospitals.
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.
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