24 - M, Gulberg III, Lahore.

+92 (42) 358 44011

Welfare Clinic
Rukhsana Foundation

Wefare Clinic

In 2008, a Welfare Clinic was opened to provide quality medical services to the segment of society who cannot afford to go to a doctor or buy medicines. The clinic is manned by four specialist doctors, a Paediatrician, Gynaecologist, Dermatologist, and General Physician, who provide quality medical advice and 3 to 5-day medicine to the patients. The clinic is also manned by trained and experienced para-medical staff. A medical laboratory is also established, where all the basic blood tests are conducted. The clinic also provides services of E.C.G and Gyne Ultrasound. All services provided in the clinic are completely free of cost. The clinic works 3 days a week from 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm with all doctors available and caters to 100 to 150 patients a day.

Clinic Staff

Welfare Clinic

All the doctors at the clinic providing care are well qualified and have a great experience in their respective fields. The Para Medical staff includes a Lab Technologist, Dispenser, and Nurse. In addition to Para Medical staff, the clinic consists of a Receptionist and an IT Technician.

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Computerized Patient

Management System

One of the most innovative and efficient aspects of the Welfare Clinic was set in 2013; patient records and treatment histories of the patients have been computerized and stored on a database, and all patient identification is Biometric. This was introduced after much discussion by management to help make the treatment of patients as best as possible. Software for this was developed especially and cost around Rs. 600,000. Most of our patients do not come from a background where basic education is a given, for them it is a luxury, the benefits of which are not at their disposal. So to make their identification and healthcare easier, from diagnosis to treatment this system was important to introduce. All the medical care, consultations, diagnosis, and treatments (that we can offer ourselves from our resources) are provided free of cost to our patients, most of whom come from impoverished backgrounds.