Pakistan's Ambassador inaugurates PWS free medial camp - By: Syed Mussarat Khalil

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Syed Mussarat Khalil
Saudi Gazette

Pakistan's Ambassador Khan Hesham Bin Siddique inaugurated the second free medical camp of Pakistan Welfare Society (PWS), a social and welfare organization formed by Pakistani expatriates living in the Western Province of Saudi Arabia along with Shehryar Akbar Khan Consul General Pakistan, consulate staffs and many other prominent personalities from the professional and business circles at the premises of Consulate General Pakistan Jeddah on Friday.

Dr. Khalil ur Rehman, PWS President welcomed the guests and introduced with the doctors and clinics to the Ambassador.

Khan Hesham bin Siddique thanked the gathering as well as the PWS for its community welfare work.

He talked about the brotherly relations between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. He urged the Pakistani community and professionals to follow and abide the rules and regulations of the Kingdom.

Approximately 500 patients were seen and free treatment and medicines were given by team of 40 doctors including consultants of different specialties lead by Dr. Khalil-ur-Rehman. Some tests such as blood sugar, blood pressure ultrasound etc were also carried out.

Dr. Shakeel Bukhsh was the In charge of free Medical Camp who built the infrastructure of the camp. Dr. Rabia Khatoon, in charge of PWS female wing played a great role in managing and checking female patients. Fahim Arshad, Imran Abbasi and Khalil Janjua leading the volunteers teams on male side and Miss Noreen Ishaq on female side.

Syed Shehabudin In-charge of Registration insured the effective adverts of the camp and smoothly run the patients registration process. Brother Anwar Anjum and Sharif Zaman provided good refreshments for guests and volunteers.

With the support of Anwer Anjum, Dr Amjad Ubaid and Dr. Shamim effectively highlighted the different aspects of preventive medicine. Dr. Sanaullah also played a very key role, besides pharmacy staff and laboratory staffs.

PWS arranged for the transportation of people who live in the outskirts of the city.
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Posted on Dec 10, 17 | 12:11 am