Military hospitals continue providing healthcare services

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A local patient undergoes treatments at the Tatmadaw hospital in Myitkyina.

Military hospitals are providing medical treatments to the people in the townships of regions and states.

A total of 27,997 outpatients and 3,213 inpatients have undertaken medical treatments at these hospitals from 5 February to date.

Senior medical experts, medics and nurses have conducted 1,210 major operations and 633 minor operations, and the serious cases are treated by the senior doctors. These hospitals managed for the birth of 1,791 babies, while 1,791 pregnant women were taken to the respective military hospitals.

Officials from the respective commands also provided the patients with foods. Chairman of the Shan State Administration Council Dr Kyaw Tun and party went to the military hospital in Aungban Township, Shan State and the local medical battalions yesterday. The Chairman and party provided K3 million to the military hospital and K1,660,000 for the medical workers, K2 million to the local medical battalions and foods to the patients.—MNA

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