Noor Ahmed was admitted to the DHQ Kamalia hospital and was later transferred to the Allied Hospital in Kamalia. With no improvement in the pain, the 38-year-old was then referred to the Sarwar Foundation Hospital Rajana.
First aid treatment in the emergency department improved Noor’s condition. Considering his financial status, it was decided that he would be treated free of cost at the hospital, including free medicine and testing.
Noor was treated at the Sarwar Foundation Hospital for five days for TB. Now his condition and health has improved significantly.
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