Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain Visited Shijiazhuang Kidney Disease Hospital2017-08-25 17:48
The ambassador of Kingdom of Bahrain Dr. Anwer Alabdulla and first secretary Hashem Sayed visited Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine on August 23rd, 2017, discussing the plans for improving kidney disease patients’ living quality for both countries.
At the afternoon, they arrived at Beijing Tongshantang Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine and then came to executive office where many staff and facilities are responsible for helping patients worldwide solve the problems and answering patients’ questions. Moreover, the technicist here gave a detailed introduction of the application and function of the facilities. A computer can help staff solve a lot of questions raised by may patients. The ambassador is interested in the advanced equipment and facilities here. He is also glad to see that the staff here can have such a excellent working environment and patients can receive treatments at such a hospital with so many advanced equipment.
After that, they went to the international department and the ambassador sent greetings to the Arabian patients by asking several questions about his conditions. The patient said his condition has a great improvement and his kidney function is increased gradually during hospitalization and he also expressed his thanks to the doctors and nurses here.
At last, the ambassador saw the feasibility report of health city in Bahrain and discussed with the CEO Cao about the cooperation to help the patients in Bahrain and China. The ambassador hopes Chinese medicine can help more patients worldwide have a healthy life.
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