At Lodhran, the Pakistan Army opened a heat stroke facility and a free medical camp.The Pakistan Army created a heat stroke facility and a free medical camp at Lodhran in response to the country’s ongoing scorching heat wave.
These heat stroke centers are equipped with all medical facilities and well-trained doctors, including eye experts, dermatologists, child specialists, gynecologists’, and other medical personnel, in order to assist the local population. In addition, children will receive goodie bags.
In the male OPD, a total of 1,578 persons were treated, including 444 adults and 151 children, while the female OPD handled 686 female patients and 297 children.
The General Commanding Officer also paid a visit to the camp, where he spoke with military and civilian medical personnel and expressed his gratitude for their efforts. Locals expressed gratitude for the Army’s efforts in establishing the free zone.