HPVT dedicates trolleys, wheelchairs, ambulance service at children hospital
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, June 14: Help Poor Voluntary Trust (HPVT), Srinagar Thursday started 24X7 free trolley wheelchair service besides non-profit ambulance service, at children hospital Sonawar.
Dr Rafiq Ahmad Pampori, Principal GMC and associated hospitals inaugurated the “Round-the-Clock free service”.
Medical Superintendent, Dr Muneer Masoodi, HoD Dr Qaisar Ahmad and others were present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Pampori while complimenting HPVT for dedicating the free service, stressed the need to inculcate sense of social service among common people besides creating a volunteer base comprising of youth.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Muneer Masoodi said under Public Private Partnership (PPP) programme, the space has been provided to HPVT, which would help the hospital to provide much needed succour to the patients, particularly ailing children.
HPVT is already running similar services at SMHS, SKIMS, Bone & Joint Surgery & Lal Ded Hospitals in Srinagar.
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