China-Pakistan Fraternity Emergency Care Center Gwadar receives 2,302 patients by December last

BEIJING, Jan 25 (APP)::The China-Pakistan Fraternity Emergency Care Center in Gwadar has received 2,302 Chinese and Pakistani patients by the end of December last year.
The center established under the Belt and Road Fraternity Fund by the Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) and the Chinese Red Cross Foundation in February 2017 has also conducted 260 medical examinations for elementary students from a school built in Gwadar by China and the Gwadar Port Authority, People’s Daily Online reported.

Enterprises in China donated the center’s steel structure boardroom and medical equipment, and the RCSC selected medical personnel from its cooperative hospitals.
In September 2017, 12 medical staff members from the first batch of the medical team began their service, which lasted half a year. During their six months of service, they helped Pakistani residents and staff of Chinese companies in Gwadar.
The second batch also provided free medical examinations and health consultations for students, and medical training for over 100 members of staff in the port.
The third batch of the Chinese Red Cross foreign aid medical team, comprising of eight members, has also reached in Gwadar to provide humanitarian medical assistance.
The most recent batch of medics consists of medical personnel from Huashan Hospital affiliated to Fudan University, Beijing Red Cross Emergency Rescue Center, Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of Fudan University and project staff of the Chinese Red Cross Foundation.