The Hospital’s significance

The humanitarian role of the Rosary Sisters’ Hospital is remarkable. Before this tragedy, the hospital had been completely renovated and modernized, it employed 160 staff and 140 physicians and it attended the following medical sections:
General emergencies, Ophthalmology, Pulmonology, Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Orthopedic surgery, Neurosurgery, Oncology

The needs are massive and the total losses estimated are worth 12 million dollars, which the hospital cannot cover. But with the help of many organizations like Rotary, the hospital will be able to start receiving patients again. Thus and in order to allow a gradual restart we prioritized the needs in collaboration with the administration of the hospital and international health experts, and developed the plan into several phases.


Phase 1: restore the Intensive Care Unit Department

Accordingly, Phase 1 will be to restore the Intensive Care Unit Department, which can contain 18-bed, to equip it with: 

  • Portable patient monitors,
  • Portable defibrillator monitors,
  • Portable ventilators,
  • Transport stretchers,
  • Medication refrigerator,
  • Syringe pump,
  • Infusion pump,
  • Electric intensive care beds with scales,
  • Emergency beds with scales, etc.

Your help and support are necessary and valued in helping us rebuild what was lost in this disaster that shattered Beirut.