Army sets up heatstroke centre at Lodhran
By Our Correspondent
BAHAWALPUR: In view of the ongoing heatwave across the country, the Pakistan army has established a heatstroke centre and free medical camp at Lodhran.
According to an Inter Services Public Relations release, in order to f acilitate the local populace, these centres have been equipped with all medical facilities, besides well-trained doctors including eye specialist, dermatologist, child specialist, gynaecologist andmedical staff along with distribution of goodie bags for kids.
The ISPR claimed that a large number of people were benefiting from these centres. It added that so far a total 1,578 people, including 444 adults and 151 children, were treated in male OPD while 686 patients and 297 children were cared in female OPD.
It said the general officer commanding (GOC) also visited the camp, interacted with the civil and military doctors/ paramedics and praised their ef forts.