KARACHI: Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) health care services for IDPs are in full swing in Bannu. Around 1500 patients have been provided medical assistance till now. Mobile medical services will be started from Saturday in nearby districts of Bannu.
PIMA spokesman said in a statement that PIMA established two free centers in Bannu Health Complex and Peshawar Medical Centre where around 45 patients have been examined and free medicine provided on daily basis. “Twenty doctors, paramedical staff and workers are participating in IDPs relief work”, he added.
Meanwhile, President PIMA Prof Sohail Akhtar and General Secretary Dr
Abdul Aziz Memon will reach Peshawar today on their two-day visit to KPK. They will attend an Aftar program arranged by PIMA Peshawar. Later, they will visit PIMA medical centers for IDPs at Bannu and will observe the medical services providing to IDPs.