King Mohammed VI opens primary health center in Casablanca

King Mohammed VI has Tuesday a primary health centre in the District of Sidi Othmane in Casablanca inaugurated.

The Centre was built by the Mohammed V Foundation for solidarity with a total budget of 11 million dirham. It was launched by King Mohammed VI on 18 June 2016, as part of the socio-medical program for the region Casablanca-Settat (2016-2020).

The Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity would like to strengthen the available health care by a local quality service that meets the needs of the citizens.

It is also in line with the efforts to access to health care for the poor and to facilitate emergency medical care. In addition, it will combat the irregularity of medical follow-up, making the cases of people with chronic diseases may be exacerbated.

The health centre will improve access to community care for a population of more than 50,000 people from disadvantaged areas in Hay Salama.

Built on a plot of 2,244 m2 has the facility about consulting rooms for consultations (General Medicine, cardiology, Nephrology, Endocrinology, ophthalmology and mother-child care), a first aid Department, oral care and an area for nutritional advice. It also includes a day clinic with six beds, a laboratory, a vaccination room, a relaxation room and a pharmacy, reports Moroccoworldnews.

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