قصر هلال : المستشفى الجهوي الحاج عليّ صوّة يتلقى هبة لبناء قسم المخبر ومركز تصفية الدم

The regional hospital, Haj Ali Sawa, in Ksar Hilal, from the governorate of Monastir, has received a donation of 2,900,000 dinars, which will be allocated to the construction of a laboratory department, a hemodialysis center and a physical medicine unit, in addition to ensuring the provision of medical equipment and equipment, according to what was mentioned today, Tuesday, by the director of the hospital. Malika Kassem.

The same source stated, to (Watt), that this gift was granted by a businessman in the Hilal Palace, and another citizen of the region residing in the capital, noting that the first part of the project includes the demolition and rebuilding of the laboratory department, and the expansion of the medical imaging department by adding a large waiting hall. and registration office.
It also includes the construction of a hemodialysis department at a total cost of two thousand and five hundred thousand dinars, a donation from an industrialist from the Hilal Palace, who also takes care of completing the missing medical equipment in the hemodialysis department, and raising the number of beds from 14 currently to 24 beds.
The demolition process has started since April, and it has now reached the stage of preparing the foundations of the building, which will include a ground floor and two additional floors, with electric elevators, and works are expected to be completed at the end of 2023.
The second part includes the demolition and reconstruction of the Physical Medicine Department, which will include a ground floor and a first floor, and will be accomplished with a donation of 400,000 dinars donated by one of the residents of Qasr Hilal city residing in the capital, in addition to volunteering studies offices. The works, which started last February, are expected to be completed at the beginning of 2023.
On the other hand, Malika Kassem stated that the process of preparing and expanding the hospital is continuing, as the temporary handover of the works of the first installment has occurred since 2015 which is to build the surgery department, the operations and recovery unit, the technical headquarters and the central unit for compressed air, at a total cost of 3,500 thousand dinars, pointing to The contractor’s procrastination until today regarding lifting the breaches in the surgery department and repairing the major damage caused to the central unit of compressed air.
It indicated that the second installment of the preparation of the Haj Ali Sawa Regional Hospital in Hilal Palace consists of three parts, the implementation progress of which is 55 percent, and a total cost of 5,300,000 dinars. The first part includes building a large part of the pharmacy department, the general medicine department, the obstetrics and gynecology department, the pediatrics department, and the ENT department. The completion rate is currently 75%, and the temporary handover of the works is expected soon.
The second part of the second installment includes building the rest of the pharmacy department, building the kitchen, and opening a main door to the hospital at the level of Haj Ali Sowwah’s approach, while the third part of the second installment includes preparing and expanding the emergency department, and building a department for managing patients’ affairs.
In 2021, its outpatient clinics received 40,440 patients, and the emergency department 47,195 patients. This hospital provides health services to the delegations of Qasr Hilal, Qusaiba El Mediouni, Sayada Lamta Bouhajer, and the six basic health centers affiliated with the hospital. The number of patients who stayed in the hospital reached 2799, according to the same source.
The hospital, which currently counts 329 assistants and cadres, including 36 doctors, 199 paramedical staff, 24 administrative staff, 7 technicians, and 57 of the currency, complains of a shortage of specialized doctors, especially diabetes, recovery, anesthesia, urology, kidney disease, paramedical tyres, currency and drivers. Ambulances, as no compensation was paid to those referred in honor of the profession, according to the same source.

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