The United Arab Emirates UAE has opened the largest field hospital to aid quake-hit victims in Turkey-Syria followed by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Nearly 38,000 has been reported dead in the Turkey-Syria earthquake. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake destroyed both countries almost completely.
As per reported by Emirates News Agency (WAM), the Emirates Relief Field hospital in the Islahiye district of Gaziantep in Turkey began providing medical care to quake-hit victims followed by Monday’s quake.
According to Dr. Abdullah al-Ghaithi, Commander of the Emirates Relief Field Hospital, the hospital has been coordinating with the Health Ministry of Turkey, and Disaster and Emergency Management Authority of Turkey (AFAD).
The medical facility has 15 doctors of different field specializations along with 60 nurses and technical assistants. The hospital’s medical facility consist various treatment services, that include emergency and surgical operations, and intensive care.
For psychiatric, hospitals include medical facilities which help to provide psychological support for the quake-hit victims. While 50 hospital beds and four ICU beds have been equipped in inpatient wards. The UAE sent their aid and rescue teams to Turkey to recover quake-hit-people which trapped under the rubble. While several campaigns have been setup across the emirates to collect donations.