Al-Hamli and JoyceMsuya briefed on the needs of Al-Thawra Hospital in Al-Hodeidah.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, and the Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations, Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator Joyce Msuya, and the accompanying delegation, briefed today on the work progress and medical services at Al-Thawra General Hospital Authority in Al-Hodeidah Governorate.
Al Hamli and Joyce Msuya,during their visit to the hospital departments, listened to an explanation from the head of the authority, Dr. Khaled Suhail, about the centers, departments, and devices they need, the challenges facing the work of the hospital, and its most prominent needs.
Dr. Suhail explained that the hospital is facing great pressure from medical service seekers in light of its continuous need to establish a general emergency center, expand the pediatric department, and a children’s care center.
He stressed the keenness
of the authority’s leadership to advance the service situation and work to raise the level of performance and efficiency of the medical staff in the hospital.
Al-Hamali urged the Secretary-General’s assistant to support the health sector’s efforts to alleviate the suffering of patients and provide medical services to citizens in the governorate and neighboring governorates, in a way that enables them to continue providing their medical and health services to citizens.
The visit was accompanied on by a number of leaders of SCMCHA, United Nations officials and the delegation accompanying the assistance of the Secretary-General of the United Nations.