Iraqi Dental And Medical Clinic Built By Coalition And ISF Forces
The Iraqi Army has worked to maintain and renovate the Taji Dental and Medical Clinic, with the assistance of the coalition. With the assistance of the coalition, the clinic was rebuilt to a condition better than before, and it has been a big success.
The Taji Medical and Dental Clinic has opened its doors recently to celebrate its reopening. The members of the community, as well as members of the Iraqi Army soldiers stationed nearby began to come in, and they were able to receive excellent services.
The staff at the Taji clinic can see up to 80 patients in a day, and they are steadily averaging 60 to 70 patients a day. The members of the 152nd Cavalry Regiment, 1st Sustainment Brigade have been able to provide supplies, support and materials, as well as furnishing equipment to restore the clinic to its full operational glory.
Like any medical treatment facility around the world, they have an area for check in, a waiting room, treatment rooms, and areas for medical procedures and surgery.
The soldiers from the local Iraqi Army regiment are especially happy to see the clinic operating again. Unlike the coalition, they do not have medical doctors or medics that are as a rule assigned to support them, so the local Taji clinic helps them in their medical and dental needs.