Sisi inaugurates renovated Armed Forces medical complex
Friday، 23 December 2016 - 11:33 AM
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi inaugurated on Thursday 22/12/2016 a renovated medical complex of the Armed Forces in Cairo's Kobri el Qoba district.
Upon arrival at the complex, the president was received by Defense Minister Colonel General Sedqy Sobhy, Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lt. General Mahmoud Hegazy and other top commander.
Prime Minister Sherif Ismail attended the inauguration as well as Interior Minister Magdi Abdel Ghaffar and other top officials.
President Sisi was posted on the developments which the 32.5-feddan-sized complex underwent.
President Sisi underlined the need of raising the performance of the military medical academy.
Sisi, meanwhile, underlined the need of dispatching the faculty's cadets abroad to further their education.
President Sisi added that the Egyptian students are capable of attaining success when appropriate training are provided.
The complex houses 1,750 beds, including 300 for intensive care and 120 for kidney dialysis and 35 for operations rooms.
The complex comprises several clinics, hospitals and specialized centers, including hepatitis viruses’ treatment unit.
There is an additional building for specialized cardiology hospital in addition to an administrative building and a drug store.