With a specially dedicated service at MDMI, we are able to assist females from local and remote villages with any gynaecological concerns whilst also raising awareness with regards to hygiene and menstrual well-being.
Midland Doctors® is growing steadily from strength to strength with every passing year, and we appreciate the support of volunteer specialists who help to enable maintaining the quality of treatment provided at MDMI. The medical facilities need timely updates and latest technology is brought to the hospital to ensure the patients receive maximum care. Of the latest additions to MDMI, the Women’s Health Clinic is one such addition that enables to provide gynaecology assessments and treatments to the women visiting the MDMI.
The Women’s Health Clinic is a major step towards the education of women towards healthy practice of hygiene and physical wellness. This effort is successful by the support of Dr Sadia Malick, Lead Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician from Abu Dhabi, with a team of volunteer specialists locally and internationally: Dr Uzma Khan, Dr Tabassum Perveen and Dr Afreen Sathar. We are focusing on general well-being of mothers so they can have healthy pregnancies and unnecessary complications can be avoided so this improves the general health of new born babies. One of the major issues faced by the women of the remote villages of AJK is lack of awareness about menstrual well-being and hence suffer from Anaemia due to poor diet combined with severe and heavy menstrual cycles, especially among the age group of 20-40, which can be screened, identified and treated successfully.
The Women’s Health Clinic conducts Hysteroscopy and laparoscopic screening and surgery, if required, to treat minor pathological problems. The early screening and identification will help to reduce cases of complications like Cervical Cancer. The Women’s Health Clinic is being fortified with screening machines that will be supplied by major networks in the medical testing field in Pakistan. Thus, screening and identification of cases will help improve the health of the women visiting the MDMI. The international expertise of Dr Asif Quadri and Dr Ambreen Mushtaq in the screening and maintenance of records strive to uplift the system to international standards of recording and creating database of the patients at MDMI for reference and statistical evaluation.
Dr Javed Ahmed and Dr Sadia Malick shall be conducting regular training of local professionals for Hysteroscopy and Laparoscopy procedures. MDMI continues to support local medical professionals and give charitable treatment to the Zakat-eligible.
How can I help Midland Doctors®?
We are always in need of donations to help run our charity hospital in Muzaffarabad whilst also participating in many other charitable projects across the world. Of course, not all contributions are monetary. Your time and effort to help fundraise, manage and drive our organisation forward will always be welcomed and appreciated!