Brigadier Kuol told the media while receiving the equipment at Juba International Airport on Thursday that the public will be able to access the facilities in case they need medical attention on any renal or digestive infection.
He said the new facilities would bring services closer to individuals who travel abroad for further medication.
“We have solved the problem of sending people abroad,” he said. “And as such, we have partially solved the problem of hard currency,” said Kuol.
Brig Gen Kuol said the Egyptian government also supplied the army with food assistance.