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Second PalMed Delegation Safely Arrives in Gaza

In collaboration with Rahma Worldwide, PalMed’s second delegation of Palestinian doctors safely arrives in the Gaza Strip.

As part of the ongoing efforts by the Palestinian Doctors’ Association in Europe (PalMedEurope) to support the healthcare sector in Gaza and enhance solidarity with their colleagues there, and in association with Rahma Worldwide, a joint delegation of 21 medical professionals arrived today in Gaza. The team is fully equipped with necessary supplies and medications, covering various specialties, including:
·       Maxillofacial surgery
·       Anaesthesia and intensive care
·       Vascular surgery
·       Chest surgery
·       Emergency medicine
·       Operating room nurses
The Palestinian Doctors’ Association in Europe commits to sending specialised medical delegations to the Gaza Strip to provide professional and humanitarian support, reinforcing the resilience of local medical teams, despite the severe shortage of drugs and medical equipment, to cope with the increasing number of casualties due to the ongoing Israeli aggression.
We wish safety for the delegation and all medical personnel in the Gaza Strip, along with our hopes for the recovery of all patients and the injured.

Together, we heal wounds.


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The specialized delegation of the Palestinian Doctors Association returns from Gaza.

Thanks to God and with His help, the delegation of the Palestinian Doctors Association in Europe, safely returned on 2/5. The delegation entered the Gaza Strip on 23/1, in collaboration with the RAHMA Worldwide Foundation.
The team consisted of 22 doctors, including 12 doctors from the Palestinian Doctors Association in Europe with expertise in the following medical specialties: Professor in War Medicine, Emergency Medicine Specialist, Cardiovascular Surgeon, three specialists in Resuscitation and Intensive Care, Orthopedic Surgeon, Thoracic Surgeon, Pediatric Surgeon, Gynecological Surgeon, and an Intensive Care Nurse. The association equipped the delegation with various medical supplies and equipment, enabling them to perform all the surgical operations needed by the patients.
Several doctors conducted field visits to the medical Clinic affiliated with the association, assessing their needs and discussing ways to improve their workflow under these difficult conditions.
In this context, we affirm that the Palmed Europe will continue to send medical delegations to support our fellow doctors and healthcare workers in the Gaza and to treat the injuries of our afflicted people.

For Donation :
https://www.kindlink.com/fundraising/PALMED-UK/gaza

 


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24/01/2015 Gaza0

Third convoy of wounded Palestinians, arrived to Germany This convoy, was coordinated by PalMed Deutschland.

Dr.Ashraf Dada, Chairman of PalMed-Deutschland who also paid gratitude to the German Government and to Dr.Shamiya for offering these war’s victims the life-saving opportunity.

Dr.Dada extended his gratitude to many other hospitals which offered to receive more injured in the soon future. More victims will be transfered to Europe in the coming few weeks.


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30/12/2014 Gaza0

More injured Gazans arrive to Vienna for treatment

For new injured Gazans arrived to Vienna to receive treatment for their complex injuries they maintained during the last war.

Their cases are complex and require multiple interventions of highly specialized doctors. An ambulance worker Akram AlAwour together with Abdullah AbuHarbeil, Mahmoud AtaAllah and Ahmad Yousef all are now receiving treatment for their injuries to their complex and life-changing injuries.

Their arrival to Vienna comes as a result of the coordinated efforts between PalMed Europe, Austerian Medical Union, Austrian Arab Friendship Association and sponsored by Mercy Association. The injured were welcomed also by the Palestinian ambassador in Austria.

The four injured have joined another two others who arrived few days ago constituting 6 of around 24 injured Palestinians approved to receive treatment in Austrian hospitals.


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20/12/2014 Gaza0

A new convoy arrived to Gaza for the Kidney transplant project

Arrived in the Gaza Strip on the 19th of Dec 2014, Dr. Abdel Qader Hammad consultant surgeon kidney transplant and head of the kidney transplant services at the Royal Liverpool Hospital

and member PalMed-UK. the visit is to complete the sixth phase of the transfer of kidney transplantation techniques into the Gaza Strip. the visit will also see the kidney transplant procedure completed for three of the Gaza desperate and needy patients. the visit programme also include training staff and facilitating logistics.

PalMed thanks Ministry of Health for their effort in facilitating the visit. the visit was arranged through the World Health Organisation (WHO) for approving the crossing of the delegation through the Erez Crossing. the programme has gone a long way and continues to make progress dispite the difficulties facing the strip with the repeated attacks, the siege and the lack of access to essential services, resources, technologies and materials.

PalMed remains grateful to all those who support us with their time, expertise and money. It should be noted that PalMed continues the search for sponsors to adopt this vital project, which alleviates the effects of the ongoing blockade of the Gaza Strip and threatens the lives of patients .

The project is one of the activities adopted by PalMed and aims to build an independent kidney transplant service in the strip.


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25/09/2014 Gaza0

Two surgeons from Gaza in Paris for a training

 

In order to improve the academic and clinical standards of the Palestinian health care system,

PalMed France arranged for two doctors to attend attachment clinical courses in Paris hospitals for a month. Dr.Fayez Zaidan, Head of urological surgery at Al-Shefa Hospital in Gaza, and Dr.Jihad Mustafa surgeon from Gaza.


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24/09/2014 Gaza0

Second convoy of wounded Palestinians, arrived to Germany

This convoy, was coordinated between PalMed Deutschland, HOFFNUNGS BRÜCKE and HELP SANS FRONTIERES.

Dr.Ashraf Dada, Chairman of PalMed-Deutschland who also paid gratitude to the German Government and to Vivantes Hospital for offering these war’s victims the life-saving opportunity.

Dr.Dada extended his gratitude to many other hospitals which offered to receive more injured in the soon future. More victims will be transfered to Europe in the coming few weeks.


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04/09/2014 Gaza0

PalMed ophthalmic surgeon arrives to Gaza

In response to the exceptionally urgent need for an ophthalmic surgeon

to help manage a number of complex and critical eye injuries that resulted from the Israeli war on Gaza, PalMed Europe in collaboration with the Jordanian Health Committee For The Support Of Gaza, dispatched the expert eye surgery consultant Professor Haitham Bakri.

Dr Bakri had the German board accreditation in ophthalmology and used to chair the the Jordanian Society of Ophthalmology. He head a joined PalMed-Jordanian delegation in 2012 following the war on Gaza then.

Together we heal wounds.


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28/08/2014 Gaza0

PalMed Europe open a Dental clinic in Gaza

In response to the increasing health needs of the Gaza population following the war, PalMed Europe has opened a new dental clinic practice with free access to needy patients.

The clinic is in the area of Tall ElHawa and is staffed by two full time dentists. The clinic had been well attended by people.
PalMed would like to thank all those who give generously and continuously for such projects to see the light.

Together we heal wounds…


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22/08/2014 Gaza0

PalMed Europe receives the first cohort of wounded Palestinians from Gaza

 

Coordinated by PalMed Europe, Germany welcomes first convoy of wounded Palestinians.

The first cohort of wounded Palestinians reached Munich airport yesterday, which included tow women and a young girl, accompanied by their relatives.

The status of the wounded was critical,  they were transferred by ambulances from the airport to the hospital in North Germany where they arrived at 03h00 this morning.

The injured were welcomed in Germany by Dr.Ashraf Dada, Chairman of PalMed-Germany who also paid gratitude to the German Government and to Ammerland Hospital for offering these war’s victims the life-saving opportunity.

Dr.Dada extended his gratitude to many other hospitals which offered to receive more injured in the soon future. More victims will be transfered to Europe in the coming few weeks.


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