Send the MSERT team to restore the flood emergency in the hospital Dental work, electrical work – communication to serve the people.

Sor.SorPor.Sends the MCert team to help save the hospital crisis from flooding the dental unit loan of both Medical equipment, electrical work, and communication systems to provide public health care services.

On October 18, Dr. Sura Wisetsak, Director General of the Health Service Support Department (SorPorPor.Sor.), said that of high flooding in many areas, including the north, central, northeast regions. As a result, hospitals were affected. which depends on the health of the people must be available at all times Health Service Support Centers 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9 and 10 are dedicated to the Medical Engineering Division and the Plans Division to send the MSERT team (MSERT) to Help rehabilitate the hospital affected by the flood. to return to service as usual he found from that examination Many hospitals have been affected by floods. The northeastern region is Yasothon, Ubon Ratchathani and Sisaket, and the central region is Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Lop Buri and Sing Buri. In Buri Hospital, Sing Buri province has requested assistance to help save tanks oxygen in case of emergency.

Dr. Sura said In summary, 40 hospitals that affected health in the North-Eastern and Central Regions were 1 hospital, 33 SAT hospitals, 2 public health centers, 2 district public health offices, and the homes of 2 public health officers. Instruct the MCert team to monitor medical facilities across the country that may be at risk of being affected by the floods. to help hospitals be able to open public services as soon as possible

Dr said. Panuwat Panket, deputy director general of NESDB, that the MCERT team went to the area to inspect, repair, rehabilitate and help flood-affected hospitals, such as rescue dental units. medical equipment Electronic equipment, electrical work, communication system, help to build portable toilets for flood victims and procurement of materials and equipment to support the operations of the VHV, including boots, rubber gloves, infectious waste bags, rain gear, and a set of common household drugs. foot ulcer medication Waterproof equipment bags, etc., by supporting the body of information for the VHV to communicate with the public about diseases that may come with flooding, such as water bites. food poisoning and electrical hazards

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