Infographic shows the number of hospitals and medical centers in DeirEzzor and Raqqa

Infographic shows the number of hospitals and medical centers in DeirEzzor and Raqqa

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Deir Ezzor : 9 hospitals, (4 public and 5 private). some of them were shut down due to the heavy clashes. Leaving the area with only 2 hospitals; one in the regime controlled area and one in the free army area which Worked as a field hospital and has been bombed many times by the regime then went out of service after having been totally demolished after several attacks.

Albu Kamal: 5 hospitals, (1 public and 4 private), all of which continued to work during the free army control Although they were being bombed by the regime. However the public one shut down when IS controlled the area because it was entirely destroyed by the regime by then.
Almayadeen : 5 hospitals, (2 public and 3 private). Public hospitals have been bombed causing one of them to be out of service, leaving 4 hospitals still targeted by the regime.

Alqoriah: No hospitals before. One field hospital was open during the free army control. Provided services to the wounded, especially civilians who were exposed to the bombing , then stopped Its services when IS took over, depending on Al-Asharah hospital.
Al-Asharah: it has 1 privet hospital, Still providing services till now.

Almaamel : one hospital opened by the FSA in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor. Still providing services till now.

Alkasra: one field hospital opened by the FSA , located in the countryside west of Deir Ezzor. The area was liberated by FSA therefore the hospital was targeted by the regime. However, It still provides services till now.

Alkharita : one field hospital created by the FSA, located in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor. Still providing services till now
Health centers:
Most of the centers services during the regime were limited to providing vaccines for children, some of which offers some simple medical services such as , Dentistry, children, Gynaecology. Some other medical points specializes in diseases such as (Leishmania, cholera …). 3 of located in Deir Ezzor, Albu Kamal and Al Mayadeen which also provides “insulin” for diabetics, however, most of these services has stopped due to lack of medical supplies, providing vaccines for children only.

As for the” Vaccine Mobile Teams”. They stopped their services since the beginning of the revolution because of the lack of potentials and the lack possibility to move from point to point in conflict areas .

14 hospitals, 3 public and 11 private.
Alraqqa national hospital. Altabaqa hospital was partially damaged because of the regime bombing . But still provides services.

Health centers:
62 Health Centers, most of them provide vaccines for children and some other simple Services only, 35 has stopped Its services after SFA took over due to the lack of medical supplies turning it to a command center for them , leaving 27 ongoing centers.
(The Red Crescent center , Communicable Diseases Center, Battani Clinic , Ahozayma clinic , Alcalta Medical center, Hamam Alturkman Medical center and Suluk Medical center) were terminally shut down by IS right after they took over after the IS issuance of the decision to shut down all medical centers including The Red Crescent , leaving 20 Center offers simple services.



media activist from the city of Raqqa, student at the Faculty of Law at the University of the Euphrates. Director of the Media Office of Raqqa, founding member of "Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently", founding member of the documentary project of "Sound and Picture". I work in documenting violations committed by Assad's regime and ISIS group and extremist organizations inside the city of Raqqa, as I work in programming, design and visual media. I hold a certificate of coach in digital security, and a certificate of journalist coach, and a certificate in documenting violations against human rights, and a certificate in electronic advocacy. I underwent a training under the supervision of "Cyber-Arabs" in collaboration with the Institute for War and Peace "IWPR", about the management of electronic websites and leadership of advocacy campaigns, and a training of press photography under the supervision of the photojournalist "Peter Hove Olesen".