News from Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui
Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui - UMC started operating some floors with a capacity of 40 beds to receive patients and perform surgeries. Nothing will stop us from offering the usual compassionate and high quality healthcare service to our community.
Lebanon, and in particular its health sector is currently suffering from one of, if not, the worst crises it has ever seen. Between its volatile political environment and the ever worsening economic crises, it seems as though the future of this beacon of the Middle East, is bleak.
A mass presided by the Maronite Archbishop of Beirut, Archbishop Boulos Abdel-Sater, on the fourth of August in commemoration of the souls of the martyrs of the Beirut port explosion, in the presence of General President Marie Antoinette Saade, at the church of the Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui - UMC.