The Development of Health Institutions in the Kut (1921-1958)
CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC STUDIENS MAGAZINE,
Volume 9, Issue 19, Pages 351-383
AbstractThis study included the development of health institutions in the Kut Brigade from 1921 to 1958, when the Kut brigade was evacuated from health institutions throughout the Ottoman occupation (1534-1917). However, British forces during its occupation of Iraq (1914-1918) opened a hospital in the Kut district in 1918 Which was developed in the royal era (1921-1958), with a cadre of doctor and health worker at the beginning of the royal era, while in 1958, eleven doctors in various specialties and nine nurses and a number of health workers, administrators and service workers, and the opening of another hospital in the district of the neighborhood To the Al-Kut Brigade in 1943 and its cadre of doctor and dresser and continued to work throughout the duration of the dir Miss .
The Kut Brigade also witnessed the opening of several dispensaries whose cadres exerted a lot of efforts to eliminate many diseases that affected the citizens, especially malaria and tuberculosis. These clinics include Badra district clinic, Essaouira district and district district which opened in 1927 and the same year The clinics of Nu'maniyah, Zubeidiya, Aziziyah and Mufqiya were opened in 1932, 1934, 1935 and 1937, respectively. The health clinic of the students was opened in the center of the brigade in 1938. The staff of these clinics were composed of a doctor, a dresser or a dresser. The negatives that They are including these institutions and the pros that characterized
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