Mobile team provides health care to people in Buthidaung, Maungtaw

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Medical mobile team provides medical treatment to returnee at the clinic in Maungtaw. Photo: MNA

The Ministry of Health and Sports is providing healthcare services without discrimination to the local populace in Rakhine State, according to the medical code of ethic.
A mobile team from the Ministry of Health and Sports went to Buthidaung and Maungtaw townships in Rakhine State on 20 and 21 May to strengthen the healthcare services being provided there.
The mobile team, led by the Ministry of Health and Sports, Deputy Director-General Dr. Thaung Hlaing from Nay Pyi Taw and head of Rakhine State Public Health Department Dr. Kyi Lwin, visited Buthidaung People’s Hospital on 20 May and Maungtaw People’s Hospital on 21 May to observe the healthcare services provided, the status of constructing a small blood bank and the ward extension works in the hospital. They also met with medical staff and provided the necessary support.
On 21 May, the team visited Taung Pyo (Letwe) Hospital in Maungtaw Township, and viewed the healthcare services provided by the hospital and the construction of additional wards and apartments for the staff. They also checked the preparations made to provide healthcare services to the returnees. Further, they visited the Hla Pho Khaung transit centre, where they inspected the preparedness of the clinic, obstetrics room and the medical teams.

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