Opening of a Hemodialysis Center at Kamenge Military Hospital – Magara Times
Opening of a hemodialysis center on Wednesday at the Kamenge Military Hospital in which Egypt by its Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation donated 4 devices to treat Patients with renal insufficiency
Rémy NDIKUMANA, Doctor in charge of care at the Kamenge Military Hospital, thanks Egypt for this gesture. “Here in Burundi there are not many centers that treat this disease. There are two of them, only one who is in a private hospital and whose costs are very expensive, “he says. With this new center, almost all patients will have the chance to benefit from care in Bujumbura without seeking to go abroad for treatment.And always according to him, with this new center, Kamenge Military Hospital will accommodate 4 patients per year.
Remy NDIKUMANA claims that the Kamenge Military Hospital has already begun to train some staff including a doctor, anesthetist and a technician in the already functional center at Prince Regent Charles Hospital. He also said that a delegation from Egypt will also continue to train these personnel.
The Egyptian Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Sameh CHOUKRI for his part, said that this donation reflects the good relations that exists between Burundi and Egypt
“We can continue to meet the challenges of our peoples and also to reach the potential between the hard work and dedication of the Burundian and Egyptian peoples, to seek a better future with the We hope that we will continue to find opportunities where we can find mutual support and continue to work on various issues and areas of benefit to both peoples. He added