The surgical interventions we carry out here require such precision that they bring about high levels of tension
When most people think about a hospital, they rarely think about those that work ‘behind the scenes’
Achieving surgical excellence doesn’t just mean operating on patients at the highest medical standards, but also taking care of them afterwards.
At the EMERGENCY Paediatric Centre in the Mayo refugee camp, Sudan, our staff provide free of charge medical care to children up to 14 years old, as well as to future mothers. Paediatric and obstetric visits and follow-ups are performed…
Two years ago, we also began collaborating with the Jos University Teaching Hospital in the east of Sudan.
Some months after her surgery, something wasn't right, and she was readmitted to the Salam Centre.
A few days ago, thirty doctors and nurses from the most remote and problematic areas in Sudan arrived in Khartoum.
EMERGENCY were invited to take part in one of the most important meetings on cardiology on the African continent.
Her perspective, from her hospital bed, showing doctors making their rounds.
They arrived at the Port Sudan Paediatric Centre suffering from sickle cell anaemia after travelling 4,000 kilometres.