Indus Hospital wins 'Best Innovative Solution'

Published: Sat 20 Mar 2021, 2:28 PM

Last updated: Sat 20 Mar 2021, 4:46 PM

Indus Hospital & Health Network's (IHHN) initiative to provide quality healthcare to the vulnerable population in remote locations through Boat Clinic and Container-Based Community Health Centres recently won the 'Best Innovative Solution' Award at the Member Global Meeting (MGM) by the International Humanitarian City (IHC) in Dubai.The award was in recognition of the Network's Primary Care programme's intervention including Pakistan's first Boat Clinic in the inaccessible location of South Punjab and Container-Based Community Health Centres in rural areas of lower Sindh in Pakistan. Through these initiatives, thousands of people who have never seen a doctor now have access to quality healthcare. Saira Khowaja, executive director of Global Health Directorate - the public health arm of IHHN, and Afsheen Ehsan, manager of IHHN's UAE office, were present at the awards ceremony. IHHN provides quality healthcare treatment to millions of people through its country-wide network of hospitals, clinics and health centres in Pakistan.

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