Cairo University Set To Open The Middle East’s Largest Pediatric Medical Complex To Date

President of Cairo University, Muhammad Othman Al-Khosht announced the birth of the Middle East’s largest medical complex for children at a cost of EGP 3.4 billion. This project complements the pediatrics units in the Qasr Al-Ainy Hospitals, which are attempting to enhance bed capacity by over 300 beds, including intensive care beds and nurseries.

Furthermore, the complex, which was built in 6th of October city, includes the main hospital building, a hotel for patients’ families, a training center, a nursing institution and housing for doctors and medical employees. This is not all, as the complex houses outpatient clinics for all pediatric specialties, including strabismus, genetics, collagen, catheterization, heart, chest, brain, neurology, liver, general surgery, plastic surgery, urology, ophthalmology and sound waves, and more.

The opening event will be held in the presence of Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and Major General Ahmed Rashid, Governor of Giza, Lieutenant-General Abdel Moneim Al-Terras, Head of the Arab Organization for Industrialization, a number of ministers, governors, media professionals, the Cairo University Council as well as a group of public figures and former university presidents.

This project reflects Egypt’s desire to strengthen and expand its medical health sector in order to offer adequate healthcare for its citizens. We expect to see more projects like this, as well as an improvement in the healthcare system as a whole, as this is a major issue that every country must address.

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