Within programs of the Saudi National Campaign to Support Syrian Brothers, the Saudi specialized health centers continue to provide medical services to displaced Syrians in Zaatari Camp in Jordan. Doctors at the clinics said Sunday they have treated more than 2,360 patients last week. There are currently 13 specialized health centers operating in the camp and are part of the Kingdom’s national campaign at supporting the Syrian refugees and to provide health care to the camp residents. Specialized health centers at the Zaatari camp comprise 13 medical clinics including specialized cardiology, dermatology and surgery units. Since the medical centers were set up in the camp 20 months ago, doctors have treated more than 200,000 patients.