Our Operations - UOSSM-CANADA

Our Operations

UOSSM-International Bab Al Hawa Hospital

6 specialized ORs (General, Oath, Vascular, Neuro, Thoracic, Urology, Ophthalmology, and Maxillofacial surgeries), 2 Emergency ORs, Blood Bank, CT Scan and Specialty Polyclinics attached.

UOSSM-International Medical Training

Two training centers: Bab Al Hawa, Arsal & soon in Draa, more 2000+ medical staff trained, via world-class training courses with professional medical mannequins and equipment, led by Professor Pitti from France, a previous medical advisor for NATO.

 

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Support of Trauma Hospitals

UOSSM-International Provides health services and surgical management in over 120 hospitals across the country, serving over 20,000 patients per month via ongoing specialized committee assessment, training and research initiatives, and providing needed medical supplies for the best healthcare outcomes. 

Medical Supplies and Aid

UOSSM-International Distributes of medical consumables to about 80 hospitals and over 200 medical points across the country.

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Primary Health Care Centres

UOSSM-International Supports 16 primary healthcare centres (PHCs) across Syria. Each PHC has three clinics: paediatrics, gynaecological and internal medicine, in addition to pharmacy and lab. Support is full, and includes establishing and equipping the clinic, staff incentives, medications and medical supplies, and other operational costs. Each centre has 3,000-4,000 monthly patient visits in devastated areas where healthcare access is almost nonexistent. 

Psycho-Social Support

UOSSM-International services are available in centres in Turkey, Aleppo, Sarmada, Tripoli and upcoming centres in each one of the PHCs across the country. Each centre provides psycho-social support to 20-30 patients daily, many of whom are kids who have been psychologically traumatized due to ongoing bombs and airstrikes. 

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1,000,000 MEDICAL CONSULTATIONS AT PRIMARY HEALTHCARE CENTRES

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1,369,000 INDIRECT BENEFICIARIES FROM THE TRAUMA DEPARTMENT

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825,000 BENEFICIARIES AT PRIMARY HEALTHCARE CENTRES

 
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397,943 BENEFICIARIES OF HOSPITALS AND POST-OPERATIVE CENTRES

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9,000 MEDICAL TRAINING BENEFICIARIES

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2,873 NATURAL AND CAESAREAN BIRTHS

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29,000 SURGICAL OPERATIONS IN UOSSM-SUPPORTED HOSPITALS

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1,625 BENEFICIARIES OF PSYCHOSOCIAL TRAINING

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128,000 BENEFICIARIES OF MENTAL HEALTH CARE AND PSYCHO-SOCIAL SUPPORT CENTRES

 

AND THE NUMBERS ARE CONSTANTLY GROWING…