IDF field hospital opens doors in earthquake-ravaged Nepal

The IDF's field hospital has opened its doors in Nepal after the Israeli delegation to the earthquake stricken country has completed its assembly.
The hospital said it will treat some 200 patients a day from all over Nepal. It relies on an independent infrastructure, and includes 50 tons of medical equipment. The field hospital has a range of wards and 125 personnel - trained and experienced medical staff - will treat patients, the IDF added.