Alliance for Medical Outreach & Relief (AMOR) was founded in 2008 with a vision to build healthier communities in areas of concentrated poverty. Our cornerstone project began in Kabul, Afghanistan in 2009 with a 100-bed hospital in an effort to increase access to quality and affordable health care for all. For over 14 years, AMOR’s Afshar Hospital has provided life-saving care and treatment to children and their families in Kabul, Afghanistan. Afshar Hospital has provided Kabul and surrounding areas with a full-service hospital that includes the following departments:
Maternity · Neonatal · Pediatrics · Urgent care · In-patient · Out-patient · Surgery
· Pharmacy · Lab · Microbiology · Radiology · Dental
Maternal & Neonatal Care
Maternal and child mortality rates in Afghanistan were among the worst in the world. 1 in 7 women were dying from complications related to childbirth and 1 in 5 children were dying from preventable and treatable diseases. Afshar hospital provides a full-service maternity unit staffed with female OB-GYN specialists. A team of Pediatricians and skilled nurses staff the pediatric and neonatal departments. A safe and clean hospital environment is strictly maintained for infection control and prevention. Women have access to pre- and post-natal care, ultrasounds, and pregnancy clinics, lab work, x-rays, surgical and vaginal deliveries, and surgical emergencies.