SRINAGAR: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) in its social outreach programme visited Athrout Dialysis Centre at Nawakadal here on Friday evening.
An official statement issued here said that DAK president Dr Suhail Naik was accompanied by Dr Masood ul Hassan, Dialysis Physician and Media & Publicity Secretary, Dr Masood Rashid and Dr Zahid Nasti, senior executive members.
“This dialysis centre will be run on No Profit No Loss basis by Athrout Trust, especially for poor patients suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) who could not afford dialysis due to financial constraints and we are hopeful and in it we see a ray of hope for them,” said Dr Suhail Naik.
“We are impressed by seeing this centre for the poor patients in which minute technical details have been taken care of and we hope it will definitely be a source of relief for CKD patients who are financially not well. We hope that quality care will be maintained,” said Dr Masood ul Hassan.
DAK thanked Bashir Nadvi, chairman Athrout, and Hamid, entrepreneur and social worker for invitation saying the Association will provide Athrout all the expert advice and opinion needed for this initiative and will regularly hold free medical camps with them in future.