Tirana Military Hospital

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Tirana Military Hospital
Spitali Ushtarak
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Tirana Military Hospital
LocationRruga Lord Bajron, 1001 Tirana, Albania
Coordinates 41°20′36″N19°47′45″E / 41.343443°N 19.795761°E / 41.343443; 19.795761 Coordinates: 41°20′36″N19°47′45″E / 41.343443°N 19.795761°E / 41.343443; 19.795761
Funding Public hospital
Type Specialist
Emergency department Yes
Speciality Trauma center
Helipad Yes

Tirana Military Hospital (Shqip: "Spitali Amerikan" / Spitali Universitar i Traumës) is a military hospital in Tirana, Albania founded on September 26, 1929. [1] During the Kosovo War it was used extensively in the treatment of wounded soldiers. [2]

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