Beit Jala Hospital Receives an Ambulance Donated by the General Intelligence Service
On Tuesday evening, Beit Jala Hospital received a new ambulance, equipped with all medical equipment, donated by the PGI. The announcement about the donation came by the head of the General Intelligence Service, minister, Maj. Gen. Majid Faraj, during his visit to the hospital, in the mid of the last year.
The ambulance was received by the undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, Dr. Asaad Ramlawi, , and director of Beit Jala Hospital, Dr. Ghada Kawah.
Brigadier Salim al-Qaisi, director of intelligence in Bethlehem, said that providing the ambulance to Beit Jala hospital comes within the framework of the complementary policy between the service and the community, which recognizes security as a comprehensive concept, that begins and ends with the citizen, as well as providing every possible need for the citizen to live a dignified life. This is based on standing instructions from His Excellency President Mahmoud Abbas, as well as a permanent guidance and follow-up by the head of the General Intelligence Service, Major General Majid Faraj.
In his turn, Dr. Asaad Ramlawi thanked the General Intelligence Service for this assistance, which will add a qualitative addition to the treatment services for citizens in Bethlehem governorate. For her part, director of the Beit Jala Hospital, Dr. Ghada Kawah, thanked the intelligence service and the Minister Maj. Gen. Majid Faraj for providing them with this basic need for the hospital.