Civilian doctors join military hospitals

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Relevant regional command commander is seen comforting the local patient.  Photo: Office of the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services

Military hospitals in the townships of regions and states provide medical treatments to the people to solve their difficulties in healthcare services and civilian doctors were joining the medical services yesterday.
A total of 6,242 outpatients and 2,693 inpatients reached these hospitals from 5 February to date.
Senior medical experts, medics and nurses conducted 264 major operations and 135 minor operations, and the serious cases are treated by the senior doctors. These hospitals managed for the birth of 391 babies, while 391 pregnant women were taken to the respective military hospitals.
Officials from the respective commands also provided the patients with foods, according to the report of the Office of Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services. —MNA (GNLM)

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