Pakistan Army establishes free medical camps in drought-hit Tharparkar


07 Jan, 2019 10:24 pm

RAWALPINDI (92 News) – Pakistan Army has established free medical camps in drought hit areas of District Tharparkar.

According to the Inter-Service Public Relation (ISPR), the Pakistan Army established free medical camp for three days at Tharparkar.

Army doctors and paramedics provided essential medical treatment to over 1700 patients during the medical camp.

The Pakistan Army teams comprising specialist team of doctors included physicians, ENT specialists, dental surgeons and gynecologists.

The team is carrying medicines and food supplements for mothers / undernourished children shall provide necessary immediate medical care to local population.

Earlier in 2016, Pakistan Army had arranged a free medical camp at Posarko village of Mithi Tehsil of Tharparkar for provision of free health care facilities to residents of far flung villages of south-eastern desert district.

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