Emergency Health Care for Poor Afghan Women

 
$640
$9,360
Raised
Remaining
Apr 2, 2014

Patients happy, hospital updating equipment

Reception Area in the Hospital
Reception Area in the Hospital

The Professor Yacoobi Private Hospital in Herat is a valued, high quality medical facility that provides comprehensive services. In the first two months of 2014, there have been 82 surgeries with staff continuing to operate a sliding scale for fees. No one is turned away because they cannot afford to pay.

The hospital provides all the necessary diagnostic testing such as ultrasounds (262 so far this year) and laboratory work (196 this year ). Currently, the administration is researching new equipment such as updated ultrasound equipment, a laser, and laboratory equipment such as a hematological analyzer and a biochemistry analyzer. All of this is needed but full funding has yet to be secured. Doctors have also been gaining further training, including as necessary in foreign countries such as Iran. The hospital is committed to maintaining high quality and up to date services.

One patient had this to say:” “My name is Parisa. I am 18 years old. I had always suffered from kidney pain before seeing one of my relatives who was treated at the Sakena Yacoobi Private Hospital. She advised me to visit this hospital, but I was not sure I could come  because I live in a remote area, called Jaya, and it was difficult for me to get there. Finally I persuaded my father to take me to the hospital. At the end of the day we reached the hospital. The first person I visited in the hospital was the kind woman at reception. She took me to a clean and well equipped room then soon after another woman entered the room. She was the doctor.  She was  good-tempered. After a checkup she prescribed me some pills and syrups. I was there for two days. I felt so fine. I had no more pain. She advised me to take the pills for two months and after two months come for another checkup if I feel any pain. I am good now and I wrote a thank you note for my doctor at the hospital who saved my life.”  

Baby Receiving Care
Baby Receiving Care
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Project Leader

Toc Dunlap

Executive Director
Dearborn, Michigan Afghanistan

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Map of Emergency Health Care for Poor Afghan Women