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KUWAIT CITY, Sept 7: Since last May until now, the Traveler Clinic at the Islamic Medicine Center inside the Al- Sabah Specialized Medical District has been providing great services to students who study abroad on scholarships or patients who require treatment abroad and their companions, reports Al-Jarida daily. The clinic’s work is characterized by the speed of completion, simplification of procedures and streamlining of work. It has achieved its objectives in serving the visitors. It has also achieved the goal of its establishment, which is for the beneficiaries to receive the required service, and the clients’ transactions are completed on the same day, whether vaccination or otherwise.
The head of the Traveler Clinic, Dr Hamad Al-Ansari told the daily the clinic has proven its feasibility, as it receives scholarships students who study abroad with the aim of making it easier for these students to continue their studies, and for patients traveling for treatment, and shortening the procedures for obtaining ‘Covid-19’ vaccines, which take into account the travel conditions to ensure the safety of patients and their companions. Al-Ansari explained the clinic per day vaccinates 300 students who study on scholarships abroad patients who receive treatment abroad.