Rabat - A Moroccan delegation, accompanied by Malian prime minister Modibo Kéïta, inaugurated, on Thursday in Bamako, the "Mohammed VI Perinatal Clinic."
Rabat – A Moroccan delegation, accompanied by Malian prime minister Modibo Kéïta, inaugurated, on Thursday in Bamako, the “Mohammed VI Perinatal Clinic.”
The modern facility is carried out by the Mohammed VI Foundation for Sustainable Development over a surface area of 5 hectares (donated by the Malian state) for the benefit of Malian populations, mainly in the Bamako region.
The Moroccan delegation is composed of Mounir El Majidi, director of the King’s special secretariat, professor Abdelaziz Maaouni and president delegate of the Mohammed VI Foundation for Sustainable Development Mostafa Terrab.
The Moroccan delegation and Kéïta visited the new-Level 3 clinic which is aimed at providing specialized perinatal services, providing health care for high-risk pregnancies and slashing the maternal and infant mortality rates.
The MAD 105 mln health facility includes several wards, notably for maternal intensive care, neonatal intensive care (serious cases requiring artificial ventilation) and neonatology.
It also comprise an exploration ward equipped with radiology with conventional radio ultrasound and scanner, an angiography, a specialized laboratory, two operating rooms, four delivery rooms, a reception room for accompanying families and an administration.