AMMAM – A palpable gloom pervaded the corridors in the Radiology Department, bathed in artificial lighting and peeling hues of baby blue, pink and purple paint. In one room, an emaciated patient curled up in the fetal position.
The largest public hospital in Jordan, Al-Bashir Hospital has a reputation as a facility to be avoided at all costs. But Kiram, a Syrian refugee in her early 30s, had no other options.
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