USAID donates biomedical equipment

The USAID donates biomedical equipment worth $390,000 to the Wazir Akbar Khan Hospital

Press Release - Afghanistan's Ministry of Public Health

Kabul, 18 February 2009: Dr. SM Amin Fatimie, Minister of Public Health attended a ceremony in which some advanced biomedical equipment was handed over to Dr. Noor Agha Akramzada, director of Wazir Akbar Khan Hospital by the representatives of Loma Linda University Center in Kabul, Dr. Tom Krenar and Dr. Michael Clark.

The equipment includes the following items:

1. CTR Fluoroscopy machine
2. Electronic operation table
3. Electro cuter machine for surgical operations
4. Echo Cardiograph machine with its accessories
5. Autoclave machine for sterilization of surgical instruments and supplies

Dr. Fatimie thanked USAID and Loma Linda University for their generous support to the WAK Hospital. He stated that by equipping hospitals in Kabul and provinces more Afghans will get standard treatment inside the country and less will be referred abroad for specialized treatment.


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