Medical appoitment .pngAccessing healthcare is a fundamental right for everyone. In Libya, there is certain information you need to be aware of to seek medical care. If you or someone you know requires medical attention and seeks assistance from an international organization (INGO), knowing how to make a medical appointment with them is essential. In this article, you will learn about the steps for making a medical appointment with INGOs and their contact information. 

Once you have identified potential INGOs, contact them via phone, email, or their website's contact form. Clearly articulate your medical needs, providing details such as the type of healthcare services required, specific medical conditions, and preferred appointment dates and times.

Below is the contact information for INGOs that provide healthcare and psychosocial support:

IRC Appointments helpline: 091–0347365 please note that medical appointments are only available by calling this number during working hours (9:00 am – 5:00 pm). 

Cesvi: 0910027716 0922767166 (WhatsApp messages for protection needs only) 

IOM: 0910011490 

Emergency Contacts: 

IRC's round-the-clock hotline number is: 0910354839 (can be contacted in the event of an emergency)

Emergency Medicine & Support Center: 1412

IRC Ambulance: 091-0354839 

During your communication with the INGO, be prepared to provide personal information such as your full name, contact details, date of birth, and relevant medical history. This information helps the INGO assess your needs and schedule an appropriate appointment with their healthcare professionals.

In preparation for your medical appointment with the INGO, gather any relevant documents, such as; identification, medical records, and insurance information. Arrive at the designated location early to complete any necessary paperwork and allow sufficient time for your consultation with the healthcare provider.

Please take note of the operating hours and schedules of certain medical providers you may consider to schedule an appointment:

1. Al-Dahmani Clinic

  • Operating Days: Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
  • Operating Hours: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Services Provided: General Health, Gynecology, and Mental Health

2. Al-Maqrif Clinic

  • Operating Days: Sunday and Wednesday
  • Operating Hours: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
  • Services Provided: General Health and Gynecology

Important Note: Persons of Concern (PoCs) do not need to make an appointment. They have priority to access medical services during the mentioned operating hours. For your convenience, please plan your appointments. 

Accessing healthcare services through International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) can be a lifeline for individuals in need of medical assistance. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can effectively make a medical appointment with an INGO and receive the care you require. Remember to be proactive, communicate clearly, and follow through with any instructions the organization provides to ensure a successful outcome for your healthcare needs.