Transparent Hands sings an MoU with Central Park Teaching Hospital. This union is one of our great achievements. We share the same vigour and passion when it comes down to helping low-economic families achieve the best healthcare possible. Together we aim at supporting the poverty-stricken communities of Pakistan by providing them with free medical and surgical assistance in their very own localities. For this purpose an MoU has been signed between the respective administrative heads of Transparent Hands and Central Park on 26th August 2021, i.e., Mr. Raheel Abbas, Director Operations Transparent Hands, and Dr. Amir Waseem Khan, Medical Superintendent Central Park Teaching Hospital.
Ayesha Zahid, Assistant to CEO and Director Operations also represented Transparent Hands. Whereas Awais Sidique from Transparent Hands covered the event as a photographer. Transparent Hands and Central Park Teaching Hospital are looking forward to assisting the underprivileged patients of Pakistan by providing them the following free life-saving medical and surgical treatments:
Together we also aim at mutually setting up free medical and surgical camps to carry out awareness activities in rural areas across Pakistan. Transparent Hands believes in collaborating with hospitals across Pakistan. The purpose of these collaborations is to be of service to the underprivileged patients in various localities across the country. The major goal in doing so is to facilitate the impoverished patients with free, quality health care. It is also to ensure the provision of free and accessible medical and surgical facilities across the country.