Al-Shams Hospital

Al-Shams Medical Centre and Charitable Clinic Pano Akil

The Al-Shams Medical Centre and Charitable Clinic established on 1st November, 2007 by Sindh Graduates Association Pano Akil Branch. The building was donated to Sindh Graduates Association Pano Akil Branch by Mr. Shamsuddin Shaikh for the promotion of Health services free of cost for the poor and deprived community of Pano Akil. Sindh Graduates Association Pano Akil Branch has been running Al-Shams Medical Centre and Charitable Clinic with the support of local philanthropists and community basis for the noble cause of humanity. The hospital is being run by Al-Shams Hospital Management Committee under the supervision of SGA Pano Akil Branch. The Al-Shams Hospital Management Committee is as under:-
Mr. Anwar Ali Sial
Chairman
Mr. Abdul Hameed Bullo
Vice Chairman
Mr. Fazallah Indhar
Secretary
Mr. Imdad Karim Shaikh
Treasurer
Dr. Ubedullah Shaikh
Member
Dr. Ghulam Murtaza Jatoi
Member
Mr. Haji Ahmed Ali Khan Mahar
Member

Facilities available at Al-Shams Hosptital:

At this time AL-SHAMS HOSPITAL is providing following facilities/services:
  • Operation Theater
  • Maternity Home
  • Consultancy Service
  • Free Vaccination for Hiv-B
  • Free Skin Camps
  • General Medical Camps
  • Gynae Camps
  • Free Plastic Surgery Camps
  • Free Gynae operation camps
  • Free Eye camps
  • Ambulance Service
  • Laboratory Facilities
  • Vaccination camps in various villages

Staff Working in Al-Shams Medical Center & Charitable Clinic Pano Akil

Name of Post
Male
Female
Total
Doctor
1
1
2
Dispenser
2
0
2
O.T. Technician
1
0
1
Nurse
0
1
1
Mid Wife
0
1
1
Driver
1
0
1
Poen
1
0
1
Chowkidar
1
0
1
Total
7
3
10


Abstract of all patients treated in Al-Shams Medical Center & Charitable Clinic during the year

FROM 1ST JULY 2011 TO 30TH JUNE 2012

 
Kind
General
Gynee
Consultants
NVD & D.C
Surgery
Gen Camps
Total
OPD
7241
832
170
86
98
2399
10826

Al-Shams Laboratory:

Al-Shams Laboratory has been established in Hospital building premises, where in various tests are being made for poor and deserving patients on low rates from the Market rate.

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