‘Health Cards’ Launched In Srinagar Under ‘Health For All’ Mission
Srinagar: Rehabilitation Alliance Kashmir launched Health cards under the banner of ‘Health For All’ mission at Tagore Hall in Srinagar on Wednesday.
Javed Ahmed Tenga, President KCCI was Chief Guest, besides the ambassadors of several private hospitals of Kashmir valley were also present on the occasion.
Syed Agha Ashraf, a well-known scholar of the valley and well-known poet and social activist Zarief Ahmed Zarief we’re also present in the event.
Under the mission ‘Health For All’, the middle class society, low-income families and those who are under poverty will have better access to health facilities in private hospitals.
The mission ‘Health For All’ is practiced with a joint venture of Trade Association Batamaloo and investment of a Private Hospital in Kashmir.
Not only for common patients, but these Discounted Health Cards are also being provided to the well-known doctors for treatment of deadly disease like cancer.
In addition to these Discounted Health Cards, free home care service facilities are being kept available by setting up a specific panel of elderly patients.
Rehabilitation Alliance Kashmir has dedicated these better medical services to the common and poor people of Kashmir along with the businessmen of Srinagar city.
The mission ‘Health For All’ will be expanded to other districts of the Valley in the near future. (ANN)