HPVT donates 2 dialysis machines

Srinagar, Publish Date: May 16 2018 11:41PM | Updated Date: May 16 2018 11:41PM
HPVT donates 2 dialysis machines

In an effort to provide relief to patients of chronic kidney diseases, Help Poor Voluntary Trust (HPVT) in collaboration with Kashmiri American Society for Healthcare Medical Education Research (KASHMER) donated two dialysis machines to a local dialysis center here.

HPVT and KASHMER together have donated two high-end dialysis machines to a not-for-profit organisation Al-Imdaad dialysis center, Qamarwari. “HPVT has a reputation of providing various services to patients in Kashmir, including medicines at subsidised costs, ambulance services, various medical equipment and other facilities,” HPTV said in a statement.

The dialysis machines will provide more comfort and much needed relief to CKD patients, HPVT said while handing over the equipment.

Patron Moulana Sanaullah, president Farooq Ahmad Bhat, general secretary Mushtaq Ahmad Wani, members and volunteers of HPVT were present on the occasion.

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