Anti-Harassment Committee AJK team lauds Medicare at Dialysis Center at Mirpur DHQ Hospital running by Dr. Tahir Mahmood-led NGO

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Altaf Hamid Rao;

MIRPUR, (Parliament Times): A 2-member delegation of Anti-Harassment Committee of AJK, led by its Sr. Member Sahibzadi Mardiya Sultana Faizpuri Tuesday visited free dialysis center at Mirpur Divisional Headquarter Teaching Hospital, running by renewed local NGO ‘Anjuman Falah o Behbood e Insanayat AJK’ and inquired about the quality of Medicare being dispensed to the patients including the women folk under treatment at the center.

Talking to out special AJK Correspondent Altaf Hamid Rao on this occasion, Ms. Faizpuri, also religious scholar, Council Warden at British High  commission in Islamabad and Motivational speaker lauded the NGO ‘Anjuman Falah o Behbood e Insanayat AJK’ for its meritorious role for the rehabilitation of the ailing humanity through this state of the art dialyses center, first of its own kind in Azad Jammu Kashmir, running under the supervision of the founder chief of the organization and renowned philanthropist Dental Surgeon Dr. Tahir Mahmood since over past three decades.

Sahibzadi Mardiya Sultana Faizpuri said that the objective of her visit to the Dialysis Center was to assess the quality of the treatment being delivered to the patients particularly the women admitted at the center. She described the medical service and treatment splendid.

Dr. Tahir apprised the delegation of the details of the services of the dialysis center, which, he said, is providing free dialysis facilities to at least 150 patients daily in three shifts of five-hours duration each.

Dr. Tahir Mahmood, also President of the Coordination Council of NGOs of Mirpur district, said that his organization was determined to the best possible dialysis facilities to the patients especially those belonging to poor and down trodden classes, free of cost, with the financial assistance of the donors including philanthropists hailing from AJK besides from amongst Pakistani, Kashmiri Diaspora community in various foreign countries including UK and other European countries.

He said that with the passage of time, the Dialysis Center will be expanded with the financial compensation of the donors, philanthropists.

Earlier the delegation went round various wards of the center and inquired about the well being of the patients besides paying for their early recovery.

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