Healthcare services offered at Tatmadaw hospitals

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Commander Brig-Gen Saw Than Hlaing is providing foodstuffs to the patient. Photo: Office of the Commander-in-Chief

Tatmadaw hospitals from different states and regions are giving medical services to the people with support of physician volunteers, according to the Office of the Senior General (Army).
A total of 7,454 outpatient, and 3,176 inpatients were transferred to the Tatmadaw hospitals in respective military headquarters as of yesterday from 5 February and doctors, nurses and healthcare workers are giving necessary treatment to those in need as well as facilitating the foods and places for hospitalized patients.
Among the patients, a total of 470 patients who were in need of major and minor surgeries have been given necessary operation, and other emergency patients are being treated specially by doctors and medical workers.
The Office of the Commander-in-Chief has announced that people can have medical treatments at the nearest Tatmadaw hospitals if there are any medical difficulties at any time.—GNLM

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