3300 policemen, their families benefit from medical camp

KARACHI: More than 3300 policemen and their family members got benefit from the three-day free medical camp established at Police HQ Garden. This was informed by AIG Welfare Irum Awan in a statement issued at the concluding day of the free medical camp, here on Sunday.

He said camp was organised by Police Department in collaboration with a local hospital under the directives of IGP Sindh GH Jamali. Renowned philanthropist, Imran Abbas extended all out assistance to the successful Establishment of free medical camp.

The AIG Welfare in the statement further disclosed that during the three days of medical camp, OPDs for child, heart, kidney, dental, eye, gynae and general diseases were held.

“Medicines were also given free of cost to the patients after examination”, she added. She also revealed that as many as 5 patients were referred for cardiac surgery and t heir Angioplasty would be done in South City Hospital free of cost. AIG Welfare thanked the visiting Doctors on behalf of IG Sindh Ghulam Hyder Jamali and Sindh Police, who rendered volunteer services in the camp for three consecutive days.

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