KARACHI: In order to support government continuous efforts to curtail and stop the spread of Corona virus in country and facilitate hospitals, Pak Suzuki has donated COVID protection items (Protective suits, coverall, masks, gloves, body bags, goggles, face shields, alcohol wipes, Dettol, sanitizers, etc.), medical items (Patients Bed side Monitors & Oxygen Cylinders) and AC standing units to three different Hospitals as per their requirement; all these three hospitals are providing free of cost medical treatment & has separate COVID treatment ward. Donation ceremonies were held as follows.
Tayyip Erdogan Hospital Muzaffargarh
Tayyip Erdogan Hospital has been operational since 2018; it is consisted of 250 (expandable to 500 beds), working under the network of Indus Hospital. Mr. Muhammad Ali Lodi-Head Operations handed over the donation to Dr. Sheraz Hassan, Faculty Head Tayyip Erdogan Hospital on 22nd September, 2021. Mr. Ikhlaq Ahmed Virk-Head Area Office Multan, Mr. Muhammad Irfan Tariq-Head Corporate Planning, Mr. Muhammad Ashhad Khan-Sectional Head Corporate Affairs & other officials of Pak Suzuki & Hospital also attended the ceremony.
DHQ Hospital Faisalabad
District Headquarter Hospital (DHQ) & Faisalabad Medical University has been operational since 1956 & 1975 respectively, comprised of 900 beds.
Mr. Muhammad Ali Lodi, Head Operations handed over the donation to Dr. Sameena Jabeen, Head Medical Supplies DHQ Hospital Faisalabad on 22nd September, 2021. Mr. Muhammad Irfan Tariq-Head Corporate Planning, Mr. Muhammad Ashhad Khan-Sectional Head Corporate Affairs, Mr. Shahzad Hameed, Senior Manager Marketing Area Office Lahore & other officials of Pak Suzuki & Hospital also attended the ceremony.
GDA Hospital Gwadar
GDA Hospital Gwadar has been operational since 2016 with mutual cooperation of Govt. of Baluchistan, Gwadar Development Authority & Pakistan Army. Mr. Sherjan, Owner of Suzuki Gwadar Motors, on behalf of Pak Suzuki handed over the donation to Col. Shoaib Asghar, CEO GDA Hospital Gwadar on 9th September, 2021.