Celebrating its Golden Jubilee, Tanta University Organizes a Medical Convoy in Zefta Examining 1302 Patients and Giving them Medicaments for Free

Tanta University sent a medical convoy today to Al-Seheima village located in Zefta district in Gharbia governorate to examine patients and to give them medicaments for free in cooperation with the Supreme Medical Aid Committee of the Cabinet.

   Prof. Mahmoud Zaki, Tanta University President, affirmed that a high priority is given to enhancement of the presidential initiative Decent Life in the neediest villages of Gharbia governorate. He declared that a plan was drawn up to send a series of medical convoys to provinces of the governorate throughout the year to support the medical sector and to serve patients in the context of celebrating the university’s golden jubilee.

   Moreover, Prof. Hamdy Shaaban, Acting Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development, declared that 1302 patients in the village were examined and were given medicaments for free at the convoy.

   Furthermore, Prof. Mohammed Al-Shebiny, Vice Dean of Faculty of Medicine for Community Service and Environmental Development, indicated that 74 cases were transferred to University Hospitals to complete their treatment in specialties of orthopedic surgery, ENT, general surgery, chest, internal medicine, pediatrics, ophthalmology, urology and neurology.

   It is worth noting that the convoy was held with participation of Prof. Sahar Al-Haggar, Vice Dean of Faculty Pharmacy for Community Service and Environmental Development; Prof. Nehal Atef Salah Al-Din, Vice Dean of Faculty of Science for Community Service and Environmental Development; Mr. Mohammed Ghazy, General Manager of Environmental Projects, and Mr. Maher Saad, General Manager of Community Service.