The doctors included Dr. Rahat Naz, Dr. Samira, and Dr. Sohaila, while the supporting staff involved Adil Jatt, Ismail, Faisal, and Shoaib. The disbursement of medical equipment worth more than 750,000 medicines has been distributed to deserving people.
In this regard, Prof Amjad Siraj Memon, Vice Chancellor, said that in the wake of massive flash floods, JSMU had continued its flood relief activities by providing rations and essential relief items, especially women in the camps are in dire need of medical advice and treatment from female doctors to solve their medical problems, and the disease breaks out.
The timely presence of doctors can ensure the safety of children. All possible efforts are being made to ensure the care of women and children in the camps, added Prof Amjad Siraj.
Earlier, Jinnah Sindh Medical University (JSMU) established a relief camp for the rehabilitation of flood affectees by torrential rains and floods across the province.