A third hospital in the western suburbs of Aleppo was hit by an airstrike at 11 p.m. Damascus time, killing two staff, and injuring one doctor and three nurses. The facility was heavily damaged, and put out of service.
On Sunday, two hospitals in the suburbs of Idlib were hit by airstrikes. One of the hospitals had major damage and was put out of service, while the other had minor damage.
On Friday November 11, another major hospital in the suburbs of Hama sustained major damage after being hit by at least two barrel bombs, and was completely put out of service. The hospital provided an average of 1,940 consultations, 339 admissions, 126 major surgeries and 25 deliveries, according to the Turkey Health Cluster.
Another hospital in Atareb, in the suburbs of Aleppo, was targeted yesterday by airstrikes, resulting in damage to the facility. No casualties were reported. On a monthly basis the hospital was providing an average of 3,350 consultations, 480 admissions and 285 major surgeries, according to the Turkey Health Cluster.
Two other hospitals in the suburbs of Aleppo were damaged as a result of nearby airstrikes last week.
The attacks were verified by UOSSM staff, Dr. Ahmad Dbais, Safe and Security Director, and Dr. Tammam Lodami.
UOSSM also has unverified reports that at least six people have been killed and dozens were injured after a health care center in Homs province was bombed with the chemical agent napalm. In addition, there are reports of another attack on the hospital that was severely damaged in the suburbs of Idlib, leading to its complete destruction. Two civil defense centers, one in the suburbs of Aleppo and one in Ghota were also reported as being attacked in the past few hours. UOSSM will verify these reports as they become available.