Issued by the Catholic Center for Studies and Media - Jordan. Editor-in-chief Fr. Rif'at Bader - موقع أبونا

Published on Thursday, 9 November 2023
Jordan: Bishop Jamal D’aibes blesses new Caritas Jordan’s mobile clinic

Munir Bayouk/ :

On Tuesday, November 7, 2023, Latin Patriarchal Vicar for Jordan Bishop Jamal D’aibes, blessed the “mobile clinic”, provided by the family of the late Karam Imseih, at the  square of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Church in Tla’ Al-Ali, western Amman.


Caritas Jordan has furnished this mobile clinic with all the necessary medical equipment. This clinic will be stationed in the southern region of Jordan to provide healthcare services to various regions and governorates under the supervision of a medical work team affiliated with Caritas Jordan.


In attendance were the Imseih family, member of the Lower House of Parliament Haitham Zayadin, Director of Caritas Jordan Mr. Wael Suleiman, Caritas Jordan administrative and health sector teams, in addition to Fr. Ala’ Ba’ir and Fr. Wajdi Twal of the Sacred Heart of Jesus  as well as Fr. Khalid Qammoh and Fr. Salim Lolas.


Caritas Jordan has all the time played a key role in providing healthcare services in Jordan, as it continues to provide medical services for emergency cases and to provide health awareness directives, which are posted on its websites Caritas on daily basis. It has also been providing exceptional medical services to refugees and foreign workers who have difficulties in Jordan because they leave their home country to work in homes and industries, as well as community members to improve their physical and mental health, as well as other medical needs such as primary health care provided by general practitioners.


Patients are screened, as well as transferred to hospitals and medical laboratories where they are to be treated by Caritas partners to receive secondary health care in order to be checked by specialists or to undergo surgeries.


Caritas Jordan has not neglected the importance of awareness-raising sessions that prevent the spread of diseases and maintain the highest levels of personal hygiene as women who suffer from ailments and disabilities receive physical aid and tools aimed at raising their morale and at restoring good health. It has all the time worked tirelessly to fulfill its love message to the poor and the needy through the good work of groups and individuals by offering medical and humanitarian services. Its message is stipulated in serving and developing humans without distinctions in race, color, gender or religion.