Free medical care action was held in Mehdiabad for IDPs 29.11.2018
Free medical care action was held in Mehdiabad for IDPs
Protection of the health of our refugees and IDPs who were displaced as a result of Armenia`s military aggression and the policy of occupation and provision of them with quality medical service is of the key aspects of the President Ilham Aliyev`s social policy. The First Vice President Mrs. Mehriban Aliyeva also treats attentively and sensitively to the provision of decent living conditions for the citizens of this category.

In accordance with the instruction of the President Ilham Aliyev, each of the settlements built for IDPs has medical centers. Heydar Aliyev Foundation, led by Mehriban Aliyeva, takes the necessary measures to recover the health of IDPs living under severe conditions, bearing the examination, treatment, surgical expenses of them.

According to the instruction of the head of our state, the State Committee for Refugees and IDPs organized a free medical examination of IDPs temporarily settled in Mehdiabad settlement of Absheron district on November 29.

A 23-member doctor team of the Republican Clinical Hospital named after academician M.A.Mirgasimov provided specialized medical aid to local residents as well, along with IDPs in the medical center of the settlement. Cardiologists, nephrologists, endocrinologists, gastroenterologists, gynecologists, ENT specialists (otolaryngologists), neurologists, pediatricians and doctors on other medical fields, who are in the team, examined about 500 citizens.

The examined people were given initial diagnosis and appropriate treatment was determined for them. Those who are in more serious condition were provided with referrals to the hospital.

IDPs and residents of the settlement who attended the action thanked the head of state for the conditions provided.

It should be noted that free medical care action is planned to be held in other settlements built for IDPs as well.
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