ISLAMABAD – Disaster Management Cell (DMC) of Islamic International Medial College has organised a daylong free medial camp in the suburbs of twin cities at village Pind Maljanjal near Rawat and around 250 patients suffering from various diseases were not only examined but also provided with free medicines.
The main aim of holding such free medical camps by the Islamic International Medical College to provide free medial check-up to the marginalized segments of society and the programme was under vogue for quite sometime.
The doctors with services are provided to patients and free medicines have also been given. Some 250 patients were examined by specialist doctors while on the spot medical tests of some diseases like skin, sugar and other diseases were also conducted free of cost.
Doctor team comprised with Dr Muhammad Tahir Hashmi, Dr Rafiullah, Dr Fouzia Jabeen, Dr Fatima, Dr Salma, Dr Azhar, Dr Aeeda, Dr Mukhtar, Dr Adeel, Dr Sameen, Dr Ayesha, Dr Aleena, Dr Irum and Dr Ibadullah. Although, 10 students from Rehabilitation Sciences (Physical Therapy) were also engaged in this noble cause and provided their social services in term of Physical therapy and exercises with Doctors. Students comprised with Dr Tamjeed Ghaffar, Dr Salman Akram, Dr Hadeya Anjum, Dr Hareem Sadaqat, Dr Zile Huma, Dr Mahnoor Anwar, Dr Ayesha Javed, Dr Surah Ameen, Dr Amina Yaseen, Dr Kiran Khushnood, Dr Madiha Younas and Dr Farah Javed. Data has also collected via “Questionnaire” for taking statistical and epidemical information. Doctors, students and staff are associated with Islamic International Medical College Trust (IIMCT) Rawalpindi, and Riphah Centre for Rehabilitation Sciences.