SWABI - Leaders of Jamat-e-Islami have said on Sunday that they have finalised the plan to establish Al-Khidmat Foundation Hospital in congested Yar Hussain region of Chota Lahor tehsil. Saeed Zada, President of Al-Khidmat Foundation, briefing media persons said that they had already established the Foundation hospitals in Karnal Sher Khan Kili, in Razar and Topi tehsils. Each four tehsils now have a hospital of the Al-Khidmat Foundation and we are proud of it, he said. Flanked by other leaders of the JI, he said that the patients had complete confidence in their hospitals service because all major testing facilities were available at the Foundation hospitals. Instead of going to the public sector hospitals, the ailing humanity has a complete faith in our hospitals, he said. He alleged that the great dilemma of the government was that it failed to properly monitor the activities of the doctors who had been taking great interests in the duty of private hospitals instead of working in the public sector hospitals. Meanwhile, a leader of the JI donated Rs 200,000 for the purchasing of the ultrasound machine of Civil Hospital, Topi. There was no ultrasound machine in the hospital and the patients had been facing numerous problems and due to non-availability of the machine, a complete diagnosing of the patients was not possible. They were forced either to go to the District Headquarters Hospital or private clinics of the doctors in Topi markets where there were forced to pay a handsome amount. Free medical camp A free medical camp for the ailing humanity of the Kalu Khan region was held here on Sunday. The camp was organised by Social Workers Association, Kalu Khan, and announcements were made on loudspeakers, appealing the patients to attend the free medical camp. Dr Abdur Reham Anwar, ENT specialist, Dr Mutasimbillah, surgical specialist and Dr Salim Jan checked a number of patients and provided free medicines to them on the spot. The members of the association told this correspondent that it was the first time that a free medical camp was arranged for the patients of the region and people lauded their services and contributions.