Renowned Doctors provided free consultation to over 3000 patients in Zhob

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ZHOB (By Rafiullah Mandokhel) Renowned consultants and qualified doctors at provincial level spent their Eid days instead with their families at a free medical and surgical camp held at Al-Shifa hospital and Amin complex here to serve the ailing humanity from nook and corner of the far-flung district.

The camp was aimed to provide free health services to people of remote urban and rural areas at their doorstep.

Associate Professor ENT Department Bolan Medical Complex hospital and president Helping Hands BMC Dr. Sher Zaman Mandokhail said that it was the sixth camp during the Eid days, where twelve consultants including physicians, Neuro Physician, Nephrologist, ENT surgeon, Skin Dermatologist and Psychiatry consultants participated in the camp to examine the poor patients from far-flung areas of Zhob and neighboring districts.

Four thousand and six hundred patients were benefited from the camp.

The doctors included Dr. Ghulam Rasool Kakar (Psychiatrist), Dr. Syed Khalid Shah (General Physician), Dr. Eid Muhammad (Orthopedic Surgeon), Dr. Ghulam Nabi Nasar (Pediatric Surgeon), Dr. Sher Zaman Mandokhail (ENT specialist), Dr. Ibrahim Mandokhail (Dermatologist), Dr. Abdul Malik Nasar (Nephrologist), Dr. Fazal Mandokhail (Nephrologist), Dr. Bari Nasar (Neurologist) and Dr. Tahir Nasar (Pulmonologist).

Anesthetist Syed Najam Shah Hariphal helped the surgeons during surgeries. Minor and major surgeries were also performed during the camp.

Dr. Sher Zaman Mandokhail vowed to continue serving the ailing humanity without discrimination and would expand Helping Hands activities in Balochistan.

“Helping Hands BMC carried out successful corneal transplantation in Quetta to restore eyesight of patients and with the help of Saylani Welfare Truest hundreds of poor patients received free meals on daily basis,” the Helping Hands provincial head explained.

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