Qatar's Cuban Hospital to open emergency unit
- Qatar: Saturday, January 12 - 2013 at 03:10
The Cuban Hospital in the industrial city of Dukhan, Qatar, has announced its new emergency unit is to be opened tomorrow, the Peninsula has reported. The hospital, which is under the umbrella of Hamad Medical Corp (HMC), was built and equipped by Qatar while the Cuban government at first provided more than 200 professionals, including doctors, nurses and specialists in the fields of rehabilitation, dentistry, pathology, biomedicine and radiology. It serves an approximate population of 40,000 people, most of whom are workers from neighbouring labour camps and Qatar Petroleum.
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