Pakistan army establishes Free Medical Treatment Camp in far flung areas of Balochistan

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: A Free Medical Treatment Camp was established by Pakistan army in far flung areas of Gishkor and Kooli in Balochistan’s Awaran District, the Inter Services Public Relations (IPSR) said.

In a press release issued on Saturday, the ISPR said that specialist doctors including lady doctors provided medical care and free medicine to more than 3500 patients including women and children.

The ISPR said that 100 eye surgeries were also performed besides important diagnosis test of ECG, ultrasound, hepatitis screening etc.

In addition, free ration packs were also distributed amongst 150 families.

The ISPR said that the medical camp provided much needed health care to the local population. Similar medical camps were established in Kharran, Gulistan, Badini, Shahraig, Naushki, Naseerabad, Chaman and Ziarat areas which provided quality medical facility to thousands of patients.

These medical camps are established on directions from the Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa as Pakistan army’s reach out program to poor population aimed at providing them health care in far flung areas of Balochistan.

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