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Registered Jinnah Patient Welfare Association in U.S. under 501 (c)3 as a charity organization.

Here is the latest update for you. We have registered Jinnah Patient Welfare Association in United States under 501 (c)3 as a charity organization. Our purpose is to help Patient Welfare Association in Pakistan to deliver the health care to the poor with special emphasis on quality.

We believe that health empowers people as it makes them more productive. With this belief, Jinnah Patient Welfare Association U.S. is committed to offer complete support to poor patients who cannot afford it.

One of our major priorities is the development of our 4th Floor. This Floor will house a new Pulmonolgy Department with 40 beds. The new Medical Unit II here will serve a larger number of patients with kidney disorders.

We also plan to develop a new unit of Pediatric Surgery, with latest Screening Machine for diagnosing disease of the infants.

The new Dermatology Unit II in 4th floor will consist of 20 beds and 30 doctors, while Laparoscopy Unit is still under construction.

The Emergence of the Largest Facility for Burns Patients in Asia

A new building of Burns & Reconstructive Surgery Centre at Jinnah Hospital is under construction. This would be one of the largest facilities for treatment of burns in Asia.

With the objective of providing quality and prompt health care to burn cases, this critical service is strategically planned with each and every specialty. More than 5,000 severe burn victims come to the teaching hospitals of Lahore in a year. No specialized facility is available to look after these patients. Establishment of Burns & Reconstructive Surgery Centre at Jinnah Hospital will provide this critically needed facility to the country.

 

Jinnah Patient Welfare Association U.S. Zakat Special Newsletter 2012.