11 displaced Syrians receive medical care in Jordan
(MENAFN) On Friday, Jordanian Armed Forces' Field Medicine Director Brig. Gen. Salem Zawahreh said that Jordan has received 11 displaced Syrians for medical treatment at public hospitals.
According to the Jordan News Agency, Petra, the number of injured Syrians has risen to 114 since the start of the Syrian army's operation in southern Daraa province on June 19.
Zawahreh said that the field medical team at the northern border of Jordan has recently diagnosed and treated 233 Syrians, all of whom were sent back to their country after treatment except for the 11 patients.
He said that the team provides various medical services around the clock, including first aid, general, internal, gynecology, surgery and pediatrics.
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