Hopital Libanais

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The Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui, one of the first hospitals in Lebanon, was founded in 1927 by father Joseph Selwan Geitaoui. The hospital administration was entrusted by the founder to the Congregation of the Maronite Sisters of the Holy Family established by Patriarch Elias El Hoyek in 1895.

As a multidisciplinary care hospital, the Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui is a religious non-profit hospital with mission to treat all patients without any exception regardless of race, class or creed. It is a Church property, a Wakf, and benevolently is administrated. The medical body is carefully selected and acts as a liberal profession.

The board of directors is headed by Mother Gabrielle Bou Moussa, Superior General of the Maronite Sisters. Sister Hadia Abi Chebli and Doctor Pierre Yared assume the general management.
Since its foundation, the Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui has been a pioneer in providing state-of-the-art investigation and treatment technologies, such as:
1969: first hemodialysis equipment in Lebanon
1981: first CT scanner imaging center in Lebanon
1988: first lithotripsy center in Lebanon
1992: first center in Lebanon for the seriously burnt
1996: cardiac catheterization unit for pediatrics and neonatology
2006: acquisition of a MDCT scanner with a sophisticated software for the diagnosis of cardio-vascular pathologies
2007: addition of 42 beds and opening of an underground parking
2009: inauguration of two new services
2010: launching the scheduled expansion and development of the hospital with the construction of a new eight-story building with patients' rooms, a new hemodialysis center, a new operating block with central sterilization, a new and better equipped pharmacy, a modern archiving center, a conference hall and a second underground parking.

The hospital activity is oriented towards strategic hubs for medical activities and extensive surgery:
General and all specialties surgery
General and internal medicine for all medical specialties including oncology
Conventional and interventional cardiology
Mother – Child, with the Department of Obstetrics, Neonatology and Pediatrics
A center for the severely burnt as a reference center for taking in charge such patients
Para clinical examinations especially medical imaging and interventional radiology

The Lebanese Hospital Geitaoui encompasses 175 beds allocated as follows:
Surgery/Medicine: 70 beds (palliative care beds included)
Resuscitation/Intensive care: 8 beds
Ambulatory surgery: 17 beds
Chemotherapy: 12 beds
Burn victims center: 12 beds
Hemodialysis center: 12 machines
Maternity: 10 beds
Pediatrics: 16 beds
Neonatology: 3 incubators

The key services are:
Hospitalization services: 5 units
Operating room: 4 rooms + 1 room in the third-degree-burns center
Interventional cardiology: 1 room
Bronchoscopy: 1 room
Gastric endoscopy – colonoscopy- ERCP- Ph- metric : 2 rooms
Physical Therapy and functional rehabilitation with out-patient services
Diagnostic and interventional radiology with T 64 Scanner and MRI
Medical analysis laboratory
Blood bank
Emergency department open 24 hours
Stress test, Holter monitor
Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis
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Aug 13, 2020

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