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(GEN) TURKISH HOSPITAL TREATS IRAQI PATIENTS IN IRBIL.

IRBIL, Apr 9, 2010 (TUR) -- Iraqi patients have received treatment at a private hospital established by two Turkish doctors in the northern province of Irbil in Iraq.

Iraqi patients don't need to go hospitals in Iran or Jordan thanks to the hospital which was established by Turkish doctors Sami Serbes and Ali Colak in Irbil three years ago. The hospital has become one of the most important health-care facilities in Iraq.

Serbes told the A.A that two Turkish and 12 Iraqi doctors were working in the hospital.

Patients from Baghdad, Basra, Najaf, Karbala, Mosul, Kirkuk, Sulaymaniya and Dohuq have come to the hospital for treatment, Serbes said.

"Our hospital is a well-equipped one in Iraq and we are advancing to become a health-care complex," he added.

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Publication:Anadolu (Eskisehir, Turkey)
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Date:Apr 9, 2010
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