The University's medical clinic was founded in 1981 to provide medical services to the ‎University’s workers and students, in addition to emergency cases that require transferring the ‎patient to the hospital. The Clinic also provides psychological counseling to students, in addition ‎to issuing medical reports for students and workers.‎

The Clinic’s doctor is a member of various university-based medical committees, ‎including the Health Insurance Committee, the Public Safety Committee, the Smoking ‎Combating Committee, the Public Health Comm​ittee and the Cafeteria Supervision ‎Committee at the Old and New Campuses.‎

The clinic is also staffed by a physician and a qualified nurse. This clinic provides primary and ‎emergency healthcare to students and staff. It refers some cases to nearby hospitals and private ‎clinics, and in special cases, abroad. The clinic also disseminates information about health ‎awareness, hygiene and the environment, and it offers first aid courses. It advises the committee ‎responsible for maintaining hygiene in food outlets. There are two clinics, one each of the Old ‎and New Campuses.

The Clinic’s branch at the New Campus was established through direct funding from the Turkish ‎Prime Minister. The Turkish Government provided the New Campus Clinic with a set of ‎advanced medical equipment that helps provide the students and employees at the New Campus ‎with the best medical services.‎

In 2006, the Institute of Forensic Medicine was established and equipped with the latest ‎technical ‎equipment. This much-needed Institute is the cornerstone of the new University ‎Teaching ‎Hospital. The Institute serves to educate its students in addition to providing services ‎to the public ‎free of charge.‎

The Institute’s Departments

  • Autopsy Department: This department is made of a special room for autopsy, equipped ‎with the ‎cutting-edge, highly efficient modern medical equipment. This department has ‎video conference ‎technology along with a large hall that can host more than 90 people. ‎The Department of Autopsy ‎provides services to the students of Medicine, Law. Nursing ‎and Pharmacy.
  • The Forensic Chemistry Laboratory Department: This lab specializes in testing ‎serological and ‎microscopic samples that are related to blood serum, blood groups, sperm, ‎hair and others. It also ‎tests bodily fluids, as well as samples taken from corpses to ‎identify diseases. (Hypnotic materials, ‎poison and gunpowder, however, are tested at the ‎University-based Poison Control and Drug ‎Information Center).
  • Radiography Department: The Institute of Forensic Medicine also contains a special ‎department for ‎radiography which is equipped with the latest medical devices. This ‎department was established ‎according to modern international standards and public ‎safety measures.

The Dental Clinic was set up by the Employee’s Union in order to offer staff and students dental ‎‎care at reasonable prices. The Clinic also refers patients needing orthodontic care to specialists.‎

The Clinic was opened on the occasion of World Health Day and the Launching of Vision 2020: ‎The ‎Right to Sight Campaign. The Clinic aims to serve University students, staff and members of ‎the ‎public. It offers a specialist diagnostic and treatment service and a comprehensive eye ‎examination ‎including a careful discussion of history and symptoms, measurement of vision and ‎assessment of ‎visual requirements. The Clinic is also available for patients with urgent problems - ‎including broken ‎spectacles, red or sore eyes, or patients experiencing a sudden loss of vision.‎

This clinic was established to provide special medical support and services to people, especially ‎‎young ones, who lost one or more of their limbs during the first and second Palestinian Uprisings ‎‎‎(Intifada).‎ Through the agreement that was signed between the University and Mr. Fu'ad Riziq, the Clinic is ‎‎able to provide patients with advanced Prosthetics and Orthotics low-cost services.‎

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