FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 16, 2023
Transparent Hands and Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Institute of Cardiology, Quetta for Improved Healthcare Access for Cardiac Interventions and Treatment.
Transparent Hands, a leading nonprofit organization providing free medical treatment to the poor and underprivileged in Pakistan, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Institute of Cardiology, Quetta. On October 6, 2023, the two organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to improve access to treatment for patients with cardiac conditions. The MOU was signed by Raheel Abbas, Director of Transparent Hands; and Col. Hassan Jaffar, Additional Hospital Director, of SMBZAN Institute of Cardiology, Quetta.
As per the MOU, SMBZAN Institute of Cardiology, Quetta will provide free treatment to deserving patients suffering from cardiovascular conditions as referred by Transparent Hands.
The hospital will provide completely free pre- and post-op consultation, surgeries and treatments. It will also offer priority treatment to said patients and any medical services / diagnostic facilities that are available within the hospital and outsourced materials as well.
“Collaborating with Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Institute of Cardiology, Quetta is a big leap for us as a non-profit organization as it will take our initiative of improving access to quality care to Balochistan now. I am grateful to Col. Hassan Jaffar for recognized the need for a partnership that can greatly benefit the people of Quetta.. ”
Transparent Hands has been orking tirelessly since 2014 to provide free surgeries and organize free medical camps. With its partnership with Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al-Nahyan Institute of Cardiology, Quetta, Transparent Hands aims to fight against the disparity of healthcare access and work toward the common goal of making quality healthcare accessible for those who need it most, especially cardiac patients in the area of Balochistan.