Over 2000 Hajj Pilgrims are Served by the Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital Clinic in Mina.

Over 2000 Hajj Pilgrims are Served by the Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital Clinic in Mina.

Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital (DSFH) Jeddah served over 2,000 pilgrims through its clinic in Mina during the Hajj season this year. This program was part of the Ministry of Health’s endeavor to provide pilgrims with first-rate off-site medical care.

During the Hajj rituals, pilgrims had easy access to immediate medical care at the MIna clinic. A committed group of physicians and specialized medical staff provided pilgrims visiting the clinic with excellent medical care, guaranteeing their safety and peace of mind during their spiritual journey.

“We take pride in supporting the health of Hajj pilgrims with these essential healthcare services,” stated Dr Fatih Mehmet Gul, CEO of DSFH Jeddah. Our goal is to make it possible for each pilgrim to carry out their religious obligations with assurance and tranquilly, guaranteeing a smooth progression of their spiritual journey.

“DSFH removes barriers to medical care by providing high-quality, efficient healthcare services directly to pilgrims at our Mina clinic. This allows pilgrims to dedicate themselves to their Hajj rituals fully,” he said. “This commitment to public service and social responsibility perfectly embodies the essence of Hajj, a time marked by compassion, unity, and selflessness,” he continued.

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