Work in outpatient clinics at King Abdullah University Hospital expected to resume after Eid

Jordan

Published: 2021-04-21 17:25

Last Updated: 2021-05-06 09:21


Work in outpatient clinics at King Abdullah University Hospital expected to resume after Eid
Work in outpatient clinics at King Abdullah University Hospital expected to resume after Eid

The General Director of the King Abdullah University Hospital in Ramtha, Muhammad Al-Ghazo, told Roya Wednesday that work in outpatient clinics and receiving patients for treatments and non-urgent surgeries is expected to resume after Eid Al-Fitr if the coronavirus curve continues declining.

Ghazo confirmed that the hospital is the primary treatment location for coronavirus patients.

He noted that the occupancy rate in the intensive care unit (ICU) has reached 74 percent, indicating that the number of those present in the COVID-19 department has reached 190, including 40 patients in the ICU out of the 55 beds allocated for it.

Ghazo indicated that the normal occupancy rate in the hospital for non-coronavirus patients has reached 80 percent, with a capacity of 420 beds.