PWS to hold free medical camp, neurology consultancy


Saudi Gazette

— The Pakistan Welfare Society Jeddah (PWS), a social and welfare organization formed by Pakistani expatriates doctors and philanthropists living in the Western Province of Saudi Arabia, will hold its regular free medical camp on Friday (Sept. 14) at the Pakistan Consulate General premises from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Speaking to Saudi Gazette, Mohammad Younus Sattar, camp in-charge, said that a visiting neurology consultant from US will also be available for consultancy.

He said patients who wished to see the consultant on Sept. 14 at the camp, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. will be able to consult with him on any neurology issues for example Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s , seizures, chronic headaches, stroke etc.

For appointments they should contact M. Younus A. Sattar on Mobile 0506512223, give their name, reason for referrals and contact number.

He further said that in the free medical camp a team of specialist doctors will diagnose the patients and free medicines will be provided to needy patients.

Ultrasound and Echo of Heart tests will be provided upon the advice of doctors. Blood sugar and blood pressure (PB) testing will be provided free of cost at the camp.

Meanwhile Dr. Khalil-ur-Rehman, a kidney specialist, president PWSJ and founder of Pakistan Kidney Center (PKC) at Abbottabad Pakistan, appealed to the community that if they have unused medicines (tablets and capsules) that can be used before the expiry date to donate it to PWS camp.