For the Hajj, the Ministry of Health Transfers Hospitalized Pilgrims

For the Hajj, the Ministry of Health Transfers Hospitalized Pilgrims

A convoy from the Ministry of Health, consisting of 24 ambulances, set out early on Wednesday morning to take 17 hospitalized pilgrims from different countries to sacred locations from Madinah hospitals.

These pilgrims will carry out their Hajj rituals in accordance with their prearranged treatment programs.

The General Directorate of Health Affairs in Madinah oversaw the organization of the convoy, which included representatives from several health-related fields.

Doctors, nurses, and paramedics made up the 106-person specialist medical team that prepared 24 ambulances, outfitted them with medical equipment, and provided staffing.

Along the Al-Hijrah Road between Madinah and Makkah, six ambulances were also stationed. These were backed up by vehicles for maintenance and oxygen supply, as well as by mobile workshops and fast intervention vehicles.

Along with King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Madinah, Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Hospital of the National Guard, Prince Sultan Armed Forces Hospital, and other private-sector institutions, this year marked the first time the Saudi Red Crescent Authority was involved in the convoy preparation.

Throughout the voyage, a professional supervising medical team keeps an eye on the transferred pilgrims’ health and well-being, evaluating and monitoring their condition.

The Ministry prioritizes the health and safety of hospitalized pilgrims during their annual pilgrimage by ensuring their transfer from Madinah to the holy places.

The pilgrims who were relocated together with their chaperones conveyed their appreciation to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and King Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, for their assistance in organizing the Hajj and for all-inclusive medical treatment.

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