Dr. Zhomart Orman, a Kazakhstani physician at the Medical Center Hospital of the President’s Affairs Administration in Astana, always dreamed of visiting Israel, particularly on a learning program. This week, Orman is fulfilling his wish by taking part in a course on Mass Casualty Situations (MCS) co-sponsored by the Rambam Medical Center in Haifa and MASHAV, Israel’s Agency for International Development and Cooperation.
“I dreamed about coming to Israel for a long time. The medicine in Israel is among the best in the world,” Orman tells NoCamels. “I dreamed about seeing the facilities in Israel, seeing how they manage health care service delivery. As far as I know, a lot of injuries and trauma are happening in Israel because of the political situation, conflict and war. The hospitals are well developed, well equipped and the quality and safety of the patients are on the top.”
Orman is one of 25 health care practitioners from across the world taking part in the two-week course.