“The Birth of Makkah” embraces a premature Pakistani child and delivers him to his country’s consulate

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His mother gave birth to him during her Umrah visit and returned home due to the pandemic


As part of the efforts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia government to provide health care to all citizens, residents, visitors and guests of Rahman, and what the Corona pandemic – Covid 19 – has proven that human health is first, the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah recognized a member of the Health Cluster in Makkah Al-Mukarramah a Pakistani child who spent a whole year in The nursery is under the supervision of a specialized medical team to a delegation from the Pakistani Consulate, who came specially to receive the child to be transported to his family in Pakistan.

The details show that the Executive Director of the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah, Dr. Hilal bin Hilal Al-Maliki; The Consul of the sisterly State of Pakistan, Sami Baligh Khan, received; To hand him over the child after his mother gave him birth during her visit to the Kingdom to perform Umrah, and she was forced to return to her country due to the pandemic.

The Pakistani consul thanked the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, his crown prince, the Ministry of Health and the medical team at the hospital for the efforts made, and the provision of excellent health care for the child, expressing his happiness for the efforts made to take care of the child, and the constant contact with his family during his stay, and reassured them of his health condition continuously.

The Executive Director of the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah, Dr. Hilal Al-Maliki, stated that the mother gave birth to her child by early caesarean section, as her newborn was a premature baby weighing 1 kilogram, and was placed under artificial respiration, and he stayed in the hospital under observation for a period of 46 days through the interest of a group of doctors and consultants specialized in care Neonatal intensive.

He pointed out that the intensive care for children in the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah is the largest intensive care in the Kingdom, extending his thanks to all hospital employees for their efforts, extending his thanks to the Minister of Health for the continuous support and great cooperation in the development of health care, thanks to God, and the unlimited support from the status The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trustworthy Crown Prince, following up and supporting the Ministry of Health.

The medical director and head of neonatal intensive care, Dr. Attia bin Saleh Al-Zahrani, explained that the premature baby was born from a mother of an expatriate nationality to the Kingdom to perform Umrah rituals. Health care and attention in intensive care until his weight improved, and he was transferred to special care under the supervision of the Social Service Department, thanks to God Almighty, and he was handed over to the Pakistani Consul and he is in excellent health to leave his country.



“The Birth of Makkah” embraces a premature Pakistani child and delivers him to his country’s consulate

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As part of the efforts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia government to provide health care to all citizens, residents, visitors, and guests of Rahman, and what the Corona pandemic – Covid 19 – has proven that human health is first, the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah recognized a member of the Health Cluster in Makkah Al-Mukarramah a Pakistani child who spent a whole year in The nursery is under the supervision of a specialized medical team to a delegation from the Pakistani Consulate, who came specially to receive the child to be transported to his family in Pakistan.

The details show that the Executive Director of the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah, Dr. Hilal bin Hilal Al-Maliki; The Consul of the sisterly State of Pakistan, Sami Baligh Khan, received; To hand him over the child after his mother gave him birth during her visit to the Kingdom to perform Umrah, and she was forced to return to her country due to the pandemic.

The Pakistani consul thanked the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, his crown prince, the Ministry of Health and the medical team at the hospital for the efforts made, providing excellent health care for the child, expressing his happiness for the efforts made to take care of the child, and the constant contact with his family during his stay, and reassured them of his continuous health.

The Executive Director of the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah, Dr. Hilal Al-Maliki, stated that the mother gave birth to her child by early caesarean section, as her newborn was a premature baby weighing 1 kilogram, and was placed under artificial respiration, and he stayed in the hospital under observation for a period of 46 days through the interest of a group of doctors and consultants specialized in care Neonatal intensive.

He pointed out that the intensive care for children in the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah is the largest intensive care in the Kingdom, extending his thanks to all hospital employees for their efforts, extending his thanks to the Minister of Health for the continuous support and great cooperation in the development of health care, thanks to God, and the unlimited support from the status The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trustworthy Crown Prince, following up and supporting the Ministry of Health.

The medical director and head of neonatal intensive care, Dr. Attia bin Saleh Al-Zahrani, explained that the premature baby was born from a mother of an expatriate nationality to the Kingdom to perform the Umrah rituals, where the necessary care and service was provided to her and her child, but circumstances forced them to travel to their country and the child remained for about a year under Health care and attention in intensive care until his weight improved, and he was transferred to special care under the supervision of the Social Service Department, thanks to God Almighty, and he was handed over to the Pakistani Consul and he is in excellent health to leave his country.


His mother gave birth to him during her Umrah visit and returned home due to the pandemic

As part of the efforts of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia government to provide health care to all citizens, residents, visitors and guests of Rahman, and what the Corona pandemic – Covid 19 – has proven that human health is first, the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah recognized a member of the Health Cluster in Makkah Al-Mukarramah a Pakistani child who spent a whole year in The nursery is under the supervision of a specialized medical team to a delegation from the Pakistani Consulate, who came specially to receive the child to be transported to his family in Pakistan.

The details show that the Executive Director of the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah, Dr. Hilal bin Hilal Al-Maliki; The Consul of the sisterly State of Pakistan, Sami Baligh Khan, received; To hand him over the child after his mother gave him birth during her visit to the Kingdom to perform Umrah, and she was forced to return to her country due to the pandemic.

The Pakistani consul thanked the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, his crown prince, the Ministry of Health and the medical team at the hospital for the efforts made, providing excellent health care for the child, expressing his happiness for the efforts made to take care of the child, and the constant contact with his family during his stay, and reassured them of his continuous health.

The Executive Director of the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah, Dr. Hilal Al-Maliki, stated that the mother gave birth to her child by early caesarean section, as her newborn was a premature baby weighing 1 kilogram, and was placed under artificial respiration, and he stayed in the hospital under observation for a period of 46 days through the interest of a group of doctors and consultants specialized in care Neonatal concentrated.

He pointed out that the intensive care for children in the Maternity and Children Hospital in Makkah is the largest intensive care in the Kingdom, extending his thanks to all hospital employees for their efforts, extending his thanks to the Minister of Health for the continuous support and great cooperation in the development of health care, thanks to God, and the unlimited support from the status The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trustworthy Crown Prince, following up and supporting the Ministry of Health.

The medical director and head of neonatal intensive care, Dr. Attia bin Saleh Al-Zahrani, explained that the premature baby was born from a mother of an expatriate nationality to the Kingdom to perform the Umrah rituals, where the necessary care and service was provided to her and her child, but circumstances forced them to travel to their country and the child remained for nearly a year Health care and attention in intensive care until his weight improved, and he was transferred to special care under the supervision of the Social Service Department, thanks to God Almighty, and he was handed over to the Pakistani Consul and he is in excellent health to leave his country.

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