Transparent Hands and Murshid Hospital collaborate to provide quality healthcare to the underprivileged
Transparent Hands Trust has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Murshid Hospital & Health Care Centre to collaborate on providing quality healthcare to the poor people of Pakistan. The MoU was signed by the Director of Operations of Transparent Hands, Raheel Abbas, and the Director of Murshid Hospital, Dr. Kashif Mehmood, at a ceremony held at Murshid Hospital on Thursday, 2nd March. This collaboration aims to provide free medical treatments and surgeries to Pakistan’s needy and deserving patients.
Under this MoU, Transparent Hands Trust and Murshid Hospital will work together to organize free medical camps in different parts of Pakistan, where patients can receive free medical check-ups, consultations, and medicines. The collaboration will also serve deserving patients for free who require critical surgeries or medical treatments at Murshid Hospital & Health Care Centre that they cannot afford.
Speaking on the occasion, Raheel Abbas, Director of Operations of Transparent Hands Trust, said, “We are delighted to partner with Murshid Hospital to help provide quality healthcare to the underprivileged communities in Pakistan. Our goal is to ensure that no one is left behind in receiving proper medical care due to financial constraints. By working together, we hope to make a significant impact on the lives of those who need it the most.”
Dr. Kashif Mehmood, CEO of Murshid Hospital, added, “We are excited about this collaboration with Transparent Hands Trust. It is important to work together in providing healthcare services to those who cannot afford it. We hope that this partnership will create a positive impact on the lives of many patients and their families.”
The collaboration between Transparent Hands Trust and Murshid Hospital is a step forward in providing quality healthcare to the underprivileged communities in Pakistan. With the joint efforts of both organizations, it is hoped that more patients will receive the medical care they need and deserve.