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Pakistan: Faisal Edhi to relaunch fatherís air ambulance service in Pakistan


Did any of you know that aside from having road ambulances, Abdul Sattar Edhi, the late philanthropist and humanitarian, had also started an air ambulance service?\r\nThe late Abdul Sattar Edhi did have air ambulances but the service was discontinued in the late 80s. Now Faisal Edhi, his son and the current head of the foundation, is restarting this service in the country to be able to help people in remote regions who need faster access to healthcare services in the case of emergencies and catastrophes.
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Pakistan: Edhi Ambulances to Soon have Trained Paramedics on Board


Karachi: Faisal Edhi plans on improving the services of Edhi Foundation’s ambulance service by keeping trained paramedics on duty in ambulances to save lives of patients in critical conditions.\r\n“We are driving this welfare trust towards professionalism,” said Faisal, the son of late philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi. Speaking to The Express Tribune, he said the ambulance service with international standards will soon be started to provide aid to critical patients being transported to hospitals.
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Pakistan: Trauma Centre Inaugurated in Lodhran


Lodhran: The government has established Makhdoom-e-Aala Trauma Centre at a cost of Rs 60 million to provide people of the area with modern healthcare facilities.\r\nSpeaking on the occasion, he appreciated the efforts made by the Public Welfare Organisation and Save the Children for completion of the centre. He said that the centre has been established to treat trauma patients of Lodhran and Multan and Bahawalpur districts as well.
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Pakistan: Heat wave: Emergency Imposed in Public Hospitals across Karachi


Karachi: In a bid to deal with the harmful consequences of the impending heat wave, public hospitals across the city have imposed an emergency to brace for the rising temperature, on Tuesday (11 April).\r\nAs per the Met Office, Karachi will most likely be hit with a heat wave very soon. Hence, public hospitals across the city have imposed an emergency in attempts to brace for any casualties as a result of the rising temperatures
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Pakistan: 10 Emergency Relief Camps Set Up in DMC Karachi South


Karachi: In view of the prevailing hot weather in the metropolis, 10 emergency relief camps have been set up at different places in District Municipal Corporation (DMC), Karachi South, an official said on Thursday (13 April).\r\nThese have been established at Women and Child Clinic Agra Taj, Shershah Road Maternity Home, Ghazi Abdul Qayyum Maternity Home Lyari, ED Dispensary Saddar, Hijrat Colony Dispensary, Lyari Maternity Home, Miranpir Maternity Home , Usman abad Dispensary, Eidgah Maternity Home, Bihar Colony Maternity Home and Dispensary.
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