Essa Lab conducting free lab tests while JDC provided medicines worth Rs.10 million – Police Statement
Security Division of Sindh Police is conducting a two-day free medical camp in Dadu in collaboration with a welfare organization JDC for the flood victims. Specialist doctors conducted free medical examinations of more than 20,000 patients from different areas and distributed free medicines amongst the ailing people during first day of the camp on Thursday October 6.
Arrangements were finalized by the Security Division team at DHQ Hospital Dadu for the Grand Medical Camp, and announcements were made on roads, streets and nearby villages by loudspeakers prior to the setup of the medical camp. Pamphlets, especially prepared for the camp, were also distributed among the people.
Complete logistic support and security was provided by the Special Security Unit (SSU) in the medical camp, while medicines worth ten million rupees have been provided by the JDC. Doctors of Karachi Medical and Dental College voluntarily rendered their services for the camp.
Various type of tests like diabetes, malaria, typhoid, dengue, CBC, ECG, X-RAY and Ultrasound were conducted free of cost by the Essa Lab in the camp.
The camp started at 8 am in the morning on October 6 which continued till 6 pm and will be held again at the same time on October 7, 2022.
On this occasion, DIG Security and Emergency Services Division Dr. Maqsood Ahmed said that Sindh Police is providing all possible help to the flood victims by utilizing their existing resources. The way Sindh Police along with welfare institutions have helped their mothers, sisters and brothers in difficult times is unprecedented and Dadu’s medical camp is an example of this spirit. (PR)