Iran Red Crescent opens hospital [Archives:2004/797/Local News]

December 9 2004

A new Iranian Hospital was opened last Sunday by Abdurabu Mansour Hadi, Vice President of the Republic, in conjunction with the Iranian Red Crescent delegation. The hospital is part of the mutual cooperation between Yemen and Iran in the field of health.
The five-storey hospital and its equipment cost around $5.5 million, and includes 70 beds, an operation room, intensive care facilities, and observation areas. The specialized fields, including heart, eye, and dental care, are equipped with the modern medical equipment.
Dr. Ahmed Ali Bala, Chairman of Iranian Red Crescent Association, confirmed that opening the Iran hospital in Sana'a represents the brotherly cooperation between the two countries. He pointed out that the fields of cooperation will increase in the near future that will include new hospital facilities in Aden and other cities.