Iraq (IFMSA-Iraq) - Muthana
LC GENERAL INFORMATION
897454
500
surgery, medicine
july, august
0 SCOPE STUDENTS
0 SCORE STUDENTS
we will try to provide two meals per day
Hotels
none.
www.ifmsa-iraq.org
LEOs
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OVERVIEW
Located on Iraq’s southern border with Saudi Arabia, Muthanna is Iraq’s second largest governorate, but also the second least populated. The landscape is dominated by desert, with natural water sources confined to the northern areas around the Euphrates River. The capital, Samawah, lies near the site of the ancient city of Uruk, which dates back to the 4th millennium BC. Uruk was one of the world’s first major cities, and is the source of the oldest known script.
UNIVERSITY AND HOSPITALS
Al-Hussein Teaching Hospital

It is located in the city center, about 3km from the medical college

Number of floors 7

Available sections
Internal medicine / cardiology / respiratory medicine / Gastroenterology /
General surgery / Orthopedic surgery / genitourinary surgery

Inside the hospital there are :

Building for emergency medicine
Building for Burns
Building for diabetics
Building for mental illness
Building for cancer diseases

Hospital capacity : 400 beds


Gynecology Teaching Hospital is about 9Km from the Medical College

It consists of two private floors

Capacity 120 beds
RESEARCH PROJECTS AND LABS
the university has well equiped labs and good researches, annually they do many researches of which many of them are publish in well known journals. all of these will give the student a unique experience both educationally and socially.
BOARDING
we will try to provide two meals per day.
LODGING
Accommodation in the hospital
TRANSPORTATION
We depend on Taxis and Buses for local and national transportation. the taxi and buses are cheap and available.
SOCIAL PROGRAM
According to the local committee but im sure it will be unforgettable. we also have national social program
MUST SEE
Old City. its a city full of culture , i recommend seraching on google to see the most important places to see.
OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION