IMC offers an ambulance and medical equipments to the Lebanese Red Cross

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from Lebanese Red Cross
Published on 13 Feb 2013 View Original

In an effort to support, relief, and rescue the sick and injured Syrians on the Lebanese border, the International Medical Corps (IMC) offered a donation to the Lebanese Red Cross, during a ceremony held at the Emergency Medical Center in Baabda attended by Mr. Colin Lee, Dr. Dimitrios Mojni, and Miss Joyce Halloumi as well as other representatives from the IMC, and from the Lebanese Red Cross attended the President Sheikh Sami Al Dahdah, the head of EMS Mrs. Rosy Bouloss, the director Mr. George Kettaneh and a number of paramedics. The donation is an ambulance equipped with advanced and vital devices, in addition to 5 sets of these devices that are used to equip another 5 ambulances. These sets included equipments and supplies used for first aids and was distributed directly to the centers that are keeping pace with the Syrian crisis in transporting, relieving, and rescuing the sick and injured on the Lebanese - Syrian border. These centers are Baalbek, Tripoli, Halba, Kobayat, and Hermel which took in addition to a set of first aids, an equipped ambulance.