Military hospitals continue providing healthcare to civilians

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Tatmadaw medical team seen looking after one of the local civilian patients and providing healthcare services for them.

Military hospitals in the townships of regions and states provide medical treatments to the people to solve their difficulties in healthcare services. A total of 75,588 outpatients and 4,069 inpatients reached these hospitals from 5 February to date.
Senior medical experts, medics and nurses have conducted 3,426 major operations and 1,825 minor operations. The senior doctors treat severe cases. These hospitals managed for the birth of 4,848 babies, while 4,848 pregnant women were taken to the respective military hospitals.
Officials from the respective commands also provided the patients with foods, and medial workers were provided cash assistance.

Tatmadaw medical teams provide healthcare services in hospitals with no civilian doctors
The Tatmadaw medical teams consisted of Tatmadaw doctors, specialists, and nurses providing the necessary medical treatments to the patients in military hospitals and public hospitals.
The Tatmadaw medical teams provided health services related to surgery, dental and oral healthcare, osteoporosis, obstetrics, gynecology, hypertension and heart disease to the patients in Thazi Township Hospital, Hanzada hospital, Yinmabin hospital, Tagaung Public Hospital in Thabeikkyin Township, Sintgaing hospital in Kyaukse township, Yintawtite hospital in Pyawbwe township, Kyauktaga Public Hospital, Donzayit hospital in Shwegyin Township, Bago Region and Latpadan township hospital.
Officials from respective commands also inspected the medical services for the local populace. They comforted the patients by providing food aids and necessary things. It is reported that residents are satisfied with the medical support of Tatmadaw. —MNA

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