Updates from the Emergency Field Hospital in Iraq

January 25, 2017 • Iraq
Our field trauma hospital has now begun receiving patients injured during the battle to liberate Mosul.

See live updates from our team in Iraq as they begin to receive patients from Mosul and surrounding areas.

Samaritan’s Purse has sent an emergency field hospital equipped with an emergency room, two operating rooms, nearly 50 beds, and more than 70 staff to the Plains of Nineveh. We are treating injuries from gunfire, mortar rounds, and other explosives as many dozens are harmed daily in the conflict between Iraqi and coalition forces and ISIS militants in Mosul.

Christian medical personnel, especially lab technicians, are urgently needed to staff the hospital for deployments of three weeks or longer—go here to learn more about serving on our Disaster Assistance Response Team in Iraq.

Particular needs include trauma/general surgeons, anesthesiologists, emergency medicine physicians, ward physicians, operating room nurses, intensive care unit nurses, laboratory technicians, and scrub technicians.

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See some of the latest images below as our hospital is now operational and receiving patients. We will be posting live updates as our staff members meet the needs of the hurting in Iraq. You can also go here to find out more about our multifaceted response to this humanitarian crisis.

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Northern Iraq Projects Samaritan’s Purse has established an emergency trauma field hospital to treat those injured in the conflict between Iraqi and coalition forces and ISIS militants in Mosul. We are also distributing desperately needed food and non-food relief items to many of the more than 260,000 people displaced by this conflict since October 2016. We also continue to help meet the long-term physical and spiritual needs of impoverished families whose lives were disrupted by the rapid advance of ISIS in 2014.

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