Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah attended a ceremony on Saturday to mark the reopening of the Misrata Golden Clinic Complex after undergoing maintenance work.
In his address, the PM deemed the development a crucial step towards
reforming the "dilapidated" health sector, noting that 27 health facilities have been developed across various cities, including new sections and intensive care rooms.
The Misrata Golden Clinic Complex had been out of operation for over a decade, but now it has been restored with all its historical significance, the Dbeibah said.
The PM lamented that the health sector had suffered from negligence and corruption for years, and the people had paid the price with their blood and lives.
Dbeibah expressed hope that 2024 will be the year of health in Libya, stressing the government's commitment to doing everything possible to achieve this goal.
In its new design, the complex comprises 6o rooms, four intensive care rooms, operating departments, orthopaedic clinics, general surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology, paediatrics, dentistry, a medical imaging unit, a blood bank, an ambulance and emergency unit, an integrated laboratory, and a pharmacy.