JPMC Gives FREE Services From Samsung’s Donated Equipment
During the month of November 2014, two Echo-cardiography machines, donated by Samsung to JPMC Karachi, provided free diagnosis to 522 poor patients, while the Samsung-sponsored Ultrasound Color Doppler machine also facilitated free treatment of 439 patients.
Samsung Electronics is a highly conscientious corporate citizen of Pakistan. A few months back, this global technology leader had generously donated two units of the latest Samsung Echo-cardiography machines and an Ultrasound Color Doppler machine to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center in Karachi. These machines helped in providing Free-of-Cost treatment to almost 1000 poor patients last month.
During the month of November, the two units of Samsung Echo-cardiography machines provided Free diagnosis and helped in the treatment to 522 poor patients, while the Ultrasound Color Doppler machine facilitated the Free treatment of 439 needy patients at the JPMC.
These cutting-edge machines have been installed at the Department of Radiology – Cyberknife Robotic Radio Surgery & Oncology, at the JPMC, where FREE-OF-COST diagnosis and treatment facilities are being delivered for the poor and underprivileged patients coming from all over Pakistan.[blockquote cite=”The Head of Corporate Marketing at Samsung Pakistan – Mr. Saad ul Hassan “] It is a spiritually elevating and inspirational achievement for Samsung Pakistan, to have donated these masterpieces of medical technology, to the largest healthcare institution in Pakistan, which is playing a key role in providing free diagnosis and treatment facilities to thousands of poor people every month. Samsung is committed to alleviate their sufferings from serious ailments, otherwise these patients cannot afford to pay for the high cost of modern medical procedures and treatment.
[/blockquote] [blockquote cite=”Head of the Department of Radiology at JPMC – Professor Dr. Tariq Mahmood”] The departmental team at JPMC is now fully trained and is skillfully using all three units donated by Samsung