Physicians Syndicate: Doctors from Minia, mandated from 2017, and the accident while heading for training

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A short time ago, a delegation from the General Union of Physicians went to Nasser Institute Hospital to check on the doctors with the horrific accident of 15 doctors from Minya, while they were going to train in the Women’s Health Initiative Program at the Training Institute in Cairo with a 2017 assignment.

The delegation of the General Syndicate included: Dr. Hussein Khairy, head of the Doctors ’Syndicate, Dr. Nagwa El-Shafei, the undersecretary of the Syndicate, Dr. Ehab El-Taher, Secretary General of the Syndicate, Dr. Mohamed Abdel Hamid, Treasurer, Dr. Mona Mina, a member of the previous Council, and Dr. Ahmed Safwat, member of the Cairo Medical Syndicate, and from The Ministry of Health both Dr. Sherif Wadih Assistant Minister of Health, and Dr. Mohamed Shawky, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in Cairo.

The Egyptian Doctors Syndicate called the female doctors the martyrs of the profession and those who passed away, and expressed her wish for a speedy recovery for the injured doctors.

The Ministry of Health and Population has announced the death of 4 doctors and the injury of 17 others in a collision of a minibus vehicle, near the city of May 15, while they were traveling from Minya to Cairo to carry out the assignment. The Ministry of Health and Population said that the injured people were taken to Helwan Hospitals and May 15 and are receiving care Complete medical attention, pointing out that the minister directed the provision of full health care to injured doctors in hospitals, as well as providing all medical supplies and blood bags for the injured.

The Ministry of Health had paid a large number of ambulances to transport the injured and the dead quickly, and the dead bodies were placed at the disposal of the Public Prosecution, and the degree of preparedness was raised for all hospitals in the Red Sea Governorate, and the Ministry confirmed that all the injured are receiving the necessary medical care and are being followed up until they leave after their health condition improves And, the Ministry of Health’s Crisis and Emergency Chamber is following up the case of the injured until they are cured.

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