Monday, August 29, 2011
Kenya to build Terem health clinics
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Citizens in Kenya Africa will soon be able to receive urgent medical care at the Israeli Terem clinic.
After visiting Terem clinics in Israel, government officials in Kenya decided to adopt the Israeli model and build similar care centers in the country.
Israeli doctors traveled to Kenya to discuss the new clinic and a cooperation agreement was signed between Terem director Dr. Joe Djemal and Kenyan officials.
The late Dr. David Appelbaum who was murdered in a terror attack in a Jerusalem café founded the chain of clinics some years ago which offers citizens an array of medical treatments instead of having to go to hospital emergency wards.
Terem welcomed the decision saying it would advance health care in Africa and save many Kenyans who have gone without the proper medical care.