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Bahria Town funds 35 more highly expensive surgeries at its hospital

LAHORE (PR): Bahria Town has once again sponsored highly expensive cochlear implant surgeries for 35 children at Bahria International Hospital Lahore. The surgeries have started and the schedule includes 7 surgeries per day. The cost of this surgery is 1.7 to 2 million rupees, which is highly unaffordable for the middle class.

Chairman Bahria Town, Malik Riaz Hussain and his daughter Ambar Shahzad Malik, President Bahria Town International Hospital have a mission to provide this treatment to every child. Bahria Town has funded 400 successful surgeries since 2012.

Bahria Town also arranges speech therapy program for the patients after each surgery, at a specialized speech therapy center with daily sessions.

Bahria International Hospital is running Pakistan’s largest welfare organ transplant program for kidney, liver and corneal transplants. Bahria International Hospital has performed 55 kidney, 6 liver, 1 corneal transplant surgeries, which have been performed by highly qualified and foreign experienced surgeons and specialists utilizing state-of-the-art facilities and technologies available at Bahria International Hospital.

Bahria International Hospital has also hosted seminars on the growing need and importance of Cochlear Implant surgery among children with hearing impairments, in Pakistan. Bahria International Hospital is also running awareness campaigns on kidney, liver and corneal diseases and transplants. CarFirst expands its

network of purchase

centres in Karachi

LAHORE (PR): CarFirst, Pakistan’s leading used-car trading platform, is expanding its network of purchase centres in Karachi. The new purchase centers will be located at Lucky Star, Korangi, Nazimabad, and Federal B. Area; ensuring CarFirst’s services of safe and hassle-free trading are easily accessible to consumers all over the biggest metro of Pakistan.

There are five purchase centers already operating in the city, along with a regional office at Khayaban-e-Ittehad; and a warehouse at Khalid Bin Waleed road to house the inventory. To cater to the rising number of sellers from across the city, CarFirst has decided to increase the number of purchase centers.

Commenting on this milestone, Raja Murad Khan, co-founder and CEO of CarFirst, said, “We are transforming the way used-cars are traded in Pakistan. We are presently planning to set up four new purchase centers in Karachi in addition to the five that are already operational. This is only part of our extensive expansion plans, as we’ll soon be expanding further into Karachi and other metros. Additionally, we are working to cater to increasing volume of inventory with additional warehouses in order to facilitate our strategic partners.”

CarFirst’s unique business model not only eradicates the threats prevalent in used-cars trading but also ensures that cars are bought at a fair price with transaction made within an hour’s time. CarFirst is the first of its kind used-car online buying and selling service provider, which is transforming car trading protocols in Pakistan with a safe, secure, and pre-inspected car procedure to facilitate potential buyers and sellers an easy and quick process. Pak Qatar Group, AHR ink MoU

KARACHI (PR): Pak Qatar Group and AHR have signed formal memorandum of understanding for the design and construction of modern building in Islamabad. The agreement was signed by Kamran Saleem, CFO & Company Secretary of Pak Qatar Group, and Ali Naqvi, Regional Director of AHR. Said Gul, Managing Director of Pak Qatar Group, was also present at the occasion.

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