BAM, Iran, January 1 (Petra) - Jordan's
field hospital in the quake-stricken Iranian town of Bam on Wednesday began
providing round-the-clock medical service to earthquake victims, two days
after the medical team's arrival on the scene.
Hospital Director Mohammad Tarawneh said
the fully-equipped hospital, manned by specialists and general practitioners
as well as nurses, is conducting all kinds of surgeries, and providing
orthopaedic and paediatric services.
The hospital is equipped with X-ray units,
a laboratory, blood bank and pharmacy, as well as an intensive care unit,