Two hospitals in the rebel-held territory of Aleppo were attacked Wednesday morning, further eliminating medical aid that the area desperately needs.
After the collapse of the Syrian cease-fire deal, a new government offensive has left hundreds dead this past week, NBC News reported.
A doctor said the hospital has been taken out of service "completely and indefinitely," calling it a "sad day" for medical professionals.
At least two people were killed and three injured in the latest strike.
An estimated 29 doctors are left to treat an estimated 250,000 Syrians, a ratio that medical organizations have warned is unsustainable. The recent attack in Aleppo is being called the worst bombardment since the civil war erupted.