Siemens medical imaging devices were preferred in SomaliaTurkey Training and Research Hospital, which is one of the greatest ones of investment and cooperation agreements between Turkey and Somalia. 4 different Siemens products and solutions will be saving time and cost by facilitating screening and diagnostic phase in the hospital. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attended to the official opening of a 200-bed Somalia-Turkey Training and Research Hospital in Mogadishu. The two countries signed a protocol stipulating that the hospital would be operated jointly and that the Turkish Health Ministry would provide specialized personnel and financial support for the next five years, after which the hospital will be run by Somalia. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud Abdullei Adele perform the opening of the Siemens devices used in hospital computed tomography SOMATOM Emotion, reducing costs while providing high-quality patient care. Emotion of choice for more than 7 thousand medical institutions across the world, as well as cost savings for each scan, providing excellent image detail and simplified clinical efficiency. With the contribution of Siemens’s Turkish engineers, fed by an uninterruptible power supply in the area where there is no mains power; 1.5 T superconductive MRI and 16-slice computed tomography and digital mammography equipment attention install seamlessly Siemens Healthcare Turkey Sector Leader, Şevket On said, “We are proud to be a part of this important project that provides access to local people’s advanced health technologies.” The hospital will have children, maternity, urology, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, internal medicine, general surgery, anesthesia, eye and dental branches. The 13,500-square-meter indoor space boasts 12 intensive care beds, 14 newborn intensive care beds, 20 incubators, four operating rooms, a delivery room, as well as radiology and laboratory units.