Dr. Mohammed Musa Musli, an Afghan doctor inspects ultra sound images, at the Korean hospital. Within the walls of Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, are two international hospitals, The first is a state of the art Korean-run hospital that sees around 150 Afghan civilians a day. Afghan doctors and nurses work closely aside the Korean doctors, dealing with minor injuries and illnesses. There is also a dentist attached to this facility. The second is and Egyptian-run hospital that can deal with up to 200 civilians and can carry out major surgery in its operator room. (Photo by: Sgt Chris Hargreaves)
|Date Posted:||03.11.2011 06:10|
|Location:||BAGRAM AIR FIELD, AF|
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