Regardless of background or political affiliation, a privately-funded hospital in Afghanistan offers free treatment to the bloody and bruised in one of the most dangerous places in the world. Emergency hospital in Kabul was founded by Dr. Gino Strada, an Italian cardiologist, in 1999. The hospital also includes a network of 34 clinics in the country and costs $8 million a year, running largely on small donations.
Strada told CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward Emergency treated nearly 2,000 patients this year -- an all time high. Most of them are civilians. Click for pictures from inside the hospital.
Donations to Emergency are accepted at the links below: