SRINAGAR: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) president Dr Suhail Naik on Saturday chaired a meeting here wherein he advised the staff deputed for Amarnath Yatra to work with passion, dedication and zeal and zest for utmost healthcare of pilgrims.
“Doctors and paramedics have been doing wonderful job since ages in providing excellent medical facilities whatsoever possible at base camps, to pilgrims who are travelling from all over India to visit their sacred shrine of Shri Amarnathji,” Dr Naik said in a statement issued here.
He advised medical officers to take full advantage of “SAVE HEART” WhatsApp application run by Kashmir-based cardiologists and physicians in case of any suspected heart attack patient so that the golden hour is taken full care of by thrombolysing the patients on spot after doing risk stratification.
DAK general secretary Dr Owais H Dar requested the medical staff deputed for Yatra including doctors to work with utmost professionalism, dedication and determination and provide pilgrims the best Medicare facilities.
“DAK members will always be available and ready to cooperate with the government in case of any bad weather advisory or any other eventuality,” he said.
DAK wishes and prays for healthy and happy Yatra for all the pilgrims, the statement said.