This Incredible Team Can Build a Hospital Anywhere In Just 12 Hours

By: Guest Author | Posted on: Nov 22, 2016

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Immediately following the 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the IDF sent a team of 122 medical workers, 45 physicians, and 95 tons of equipment to set up a field hospital to provide high quality medical relief. The 60-bed field hospital treated nearly 1,600 patients, performed 85 surgeries, and delivered 8 babies over the duration of the aid mission. 

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