30 June 1920, American Red Cross had erected a 135-bed hospital in Shkodra

According to information dated June 30, 1920, the American Red Cross had erected 135 hospital beds in Shkodra, two wards for women, two small rooms for postoperative treatments, a private pavilion and a division, where they were admitted 1800 2500 patients. Near the hospital there were also three clinics: children, women and a sanatorium. At the same time, the dispensary in Shkodra treated 3500-4000 patients a month, mainly from malaria and tuberculosis.

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