The Midland Doctors Medical Institute is proud to announce that we have Radiology online, meaning that doctors from anywhere in the world, including Pakistan can now can report on X-rays from Muzaffarabad. Speed has been enhanced by mirroring the d
On Saturday 5th May Midland Doctors held its annual London Charity Event at the Radisson Blu, Portman Hotel. Through the kind donations and support from all who attended we managed to raise an incredible £130,000!!* This outstanding amount will prove i
On Sunday 15th April Midland Doctors held its annual Derby Charity Event at Anoki restaurant, Burton-on-Trent. Through the kind donations and support from all who attended we managed to raise an incredible £100,000!!* This outstanding amount will prove i
Midland Doctors will be holding its annual Nottingham Charity Event on Saturday 21st April 2018 to support the Hospital Project in Kashmir. The event will be held at the Excelsior Suites, 5-7 Lortas Road, Nottingham, NG5 1EL, 6pm start. Tickets are price
The Midland Doctors will hold its Derby Annual Fundraising Event at Anoki, Burton-on-Trent on Sunday 15th April 2018. If you would like to attend, there’s still time to buy tickets. please email or call Toni on 07831 266233 or Ajaz on 07976
Whilst visiting Islamabad as faculty for a national pain conference (Paincon 2), Dr Rahim Kiyani asked Dr Mohjir Baloch & Dr Rubina Ahmad were asked to visit the hospital in Muzaffarabad. Click on the PDF link below to read their diary of the 5 day vi
The Midland Doctors will hold its Annual Fundraising Gala Dinner at the Radisson Blu, Portman Hotel on Saturday 5th May 2018. If you would like to attend, please contact Zehra Dar on 07904 722281 or Zehra Fazil on 07767 496825.
Click on the link below to read all about our hospital activity during 2017 Hospital Diary 2017
We would like to thank Canadian Global Care for kindly donating a vehicle to the hospital in Muzaffarabad. Canadian Global Care is a non profit registered charitable organization. The Canadian Global Care Society is a grass roots organization focused
In a ground breaking move by The Midland Doctors Association, consultants from Canada, UK and UAE are involved in a milestone project both for the charity and for Kashmir. The project entails the screening of children in and around the villages of Muzaffa
Thank you Canadian Global Care who sent a lovely card to congratulate us for all our work in 2017. Canadian Global Care is a non profit registered charitable organization focused on improving the health and well being of under privileged populations withi
On 30th November we conducted a mother counselling session in MDMi. Breast feeding and it’s importance and how to start weaning was the topic. These are few pictures from the event.
In July 2016 Midland Doctors Association was delighted to welcome its first honorary executive, Dr Yasmin Majeed, President of Canadian Global Care Society. Dr Yasmin’s first assignment was to take responsibility for funding and organising a dedicate
Welcome to the latest Midland Doctors Association Newsletter. Inside this issue, you can read about Children’s Health Services at MDMI, the Eye Camp 2016, and 2016 Surgical Report. Click on the PDF icon below to view the Newsletter:
A Radio Appeal for Ramadan at Radio Dawn in Nottingham on 13th May raised £10,500 for the Midland Doctors Association. We would like to thank everyone who donated money for the appeal.
The son of Shafqat Hussain, one of our executive trustees did a Sky Dive over the Palm in Dubai on 6th May 2017 and raised almost £2500.00 for the Midland Doctors Association. You can still donate, please find his JustGiving link below: http://www.jus
On Saturday 6th May Midland Doctors held its Annual Fundraising Gala Dinner at the Hilton London Metropole Hotel. Through the kind donations and support from all who attended we managed to raise over £45,000! This outstanding amount will prove instrume
The Midland Doctors is holding its Annual Fundraising Gala Dinner at the Hilton London Metropole Hotel on Saturday 6th May 2017. The evening begins at 6pm and guests will be treated to a full evening of entertainment including music from Fanna-Fi-Allah,
The son of Shafqat Hussain, one of our executive trustees will be Sky Diving over the Palm in Dubai on 6th May 2017 to raise funds for the Midland Doctors Association. Please find his JustGiving link below if you would like to sponsor him in his feat
On Sunday 9th April Midland Doctors held its annual Derby Charity Event at Anoki restaurant, Burton-on-Trent. Through the kind donations and support from all who attended we managed to raise an incredible £65,000!! This outstanding amount will prove ins
The Midland Doctors will hold its Annual Fundraising Gala Dinner at the Hilton London Metropole Hotel on Saturday 6th May 2017. If you would like to attend, please contact Zehra Dar on 07904 722281 or Zehra Fazil on 07767 496825.
The annual Nottingham Family Day was this year held at Farro’s restaurant on Sunday 12th March 2017. For those of you who were lucky enough to attend, you will know what a fantastic afternoon it was for all the family and with the help and genero
We’re pleased to announce that Junaid Ur Rehman from I.T Desk MDMI Tandali MZD AJK has been providing training regarding our new AHMS to the Doctors, Nursing and Pharmacy staff. This enables doctors to prescribe with the software and nursing sta
We would like to thank a very special little boy, 6 year old Shayaan, who donated all his Birthday money to the Midland Doctors Association. Here’s the card he sent to us.
Midland Doctors will be holding its annual Nottingham Charity Event on 12th March 2017 to support the Hospital Project in Kashmir. If you would like to attend this event, please call MDA UK Representative Shafqat on 07791 803688.
The Midland Doctors will be returning to London to hold another event to update its supporters on their progress since the last visit in September 2015. Watch this space for further event details…
Please join us in congratulating Dr Yasmin Majeed, our honorary executive, in achieving the certification for Advanced Competency in Care of the Elderly. The photograph was taken in Vancouver, at the convocation. Congratulations, Yasmin!
Midland Doctors are delighted to announce our first honorary executive, Dr Yasmin Majeed, President of Canadian Global Care Society. Yasmin accepted the honorary executiveship status from Midland Doctors Association on 20th July 2016. The Canadian Globa
An outstanding £32,200 was raised during our recent Radio Ikhlas Appeal. The appeal took place on 26th June 2016 featuring various executives of Midland Doctors Association talking about the hospital itself, its success and their experiences from operati
The annual Derby fundraiser was this year held at the Viceroy restaurant in Duffield on Sunday 22nd May 2016. For those of you who were lucky enough to attend, you will know what a fantastic afternoon it was and with the help and generosity of all those i
Dr Asrar Rashid, Midland Doctors’ executive Trustee and Secretary, recently took a trip out to the hospital in Islamabad. The purpose and details of his work during his trip can be read in his report below… I met with the medical
Midland Doctors Association has successfully been selected for INGO Registration in Pakistan. Below, the Official Press Release from Pakistan can be found… Official Press Release: Twenty five International Non-Governmental Organ
Assalamualaikum by the will of Allah SWT I visited the MDMI hosptial in Muzaffarabad on 20th March 2016 for the second time in the last few years. My mission this time was to get the PACS system fully functioning at the hospital and Alhumdulillah I manage
One of our executive trustees, Shafqat Hussain, recently travelled to the Hospital to oversee this year’s eye camp. His report from his trip is detailed below… 18/04/16 I arrived in Muzaf
We at Midland Doctors are currently preparing for our annual fundraiser in Derby. This year, we are delighted to be holding it at the Viceroy restaurant in Duffield! The event is taking place on Sunday 22nd May and is set to be a great day. To our support
On Sunday 17th April we held another fundraiser, this time in Bradford at the Royal Taj restaurant. The Telegraph and Argus article written about our event is available below. We are extremely grateful for all those who attended and enabled us to raise
The hospital was visited on 23rd February by Mr Saghir, Luton Patron, and CEO MS Foods. The hospital utilises the expertise of successful business people to ensure an efficient running of a hospital in a low resource setting.
Canadians for Global Care team consisting of experts Dr Yasmeen Majeed, Dr Sarah Makhdoom and Dr Mahjabeen Hussain provided the hospital staff with invaluable training in CPR on the 8th March 2016. The local team underwent scenario training and lea
The past few weeks have been momentous for the Midland Doctors Association. Over in Pakistan, our first major operations began!! Our Chairman, Mr Syed Iftikhar and Treasurer, Zahid Sheikh were at the hospital commencing the operations themselves. A
The annual fundraiser based in Nottingham took place on Sunday 6th March at the Muslim Community Organisation Centre. This special Mother’s Day event featured our first ever live video feed from Pakistan, where our Chairman, Mr Syed Iftikhar and Tre
We are delighted to announce that we now have the facilities to be able to take donations via Paypal! Donors can download the free Paypal app and send donations via the app once connected. We can also take credit/debit card payments via our brand new Payp
Midland Doctors had the honour of having an article about our Hospital Project published in the Dowlite 11th Year Dogane Edition courtesy of our Chairman Mr. Iftikhar:
Another exciting technology advancement for the Midland Doctors! PACS (picture archiving and communication system) is a healthcare technology for the short- and long-term storage, retrieval, management, distribution and presentation of medical images. We,
On the opening day of our theatres there have been an astounding number of eye operations taking place in the hospital 55 operations have taken place to remove cataracts A total of around 650 people have received treatment today alone We, at Midlan
A Monumental day for the Midland Doctors Charity. After years of hard work, the day has finally arrived, the opening of the operating theatres! Our feelings are overwhelming, following the blood, sweat and tears that have been shed. And none of this woul
As the harsh Peshawar winter draws inexorably nearer Midland Doctors has been continuing it’s work in providing protection for the flood victims from the harsh upcoming elements. Today we visited Mian Walay, Tangi Charsadda where we distributed 210
Today we revisited Chowki Drug, Pabbi Nowshehra villages and held another medical clinic. This area is about 2-3 kilometres from the main GT road and is one of the most badly affected areas. The lucky ones are living in tents, others are crammed into the
Today we distributed three hundred gift packs, 100 bags of flour and 110 containers of oil in Pabbi village. There were more than 50 families in this devastated village, most of whom were sheltering in a government school. These families were very gratefu
Today is the first working day after the Eid holidays. We performed a needs assessment survey to identify the needs of the local population and where we should concentrate our resources for maximum benefit. We decided to concentrate on the villages of Muh
Today we held a medical clinic at Mahroof Khel, MC-3 Charsadda District. We have been asked by the Midland Doctor Association UK executive to concentrate on those areas where other NGO’s have not been able to reach and this was the first medical camp in
Today we were unable to hold our planned medical clinic in Mahroof Khel Charsadda due to the lack of a doctor. The usual three phases of a relief programme are initial relief, rehabilitation and then reconstruction. Whilst we have been operating in the re
A container with over 2500 food/ medicine boxes and a large number of blankets and quilts has left for Karachi on the 24th of September from Derby. Thanks to Mr Ajaz Najib for organising and sponsoring this container.
Economists have estimated that the loss suffered by Pakistan is in the region of $15-20 Billion. The aid pledged so far is 1.5 billion dollars and so strife and difficulties for the sufferers of the flood in the future is inevitable. The devastation of
Midland Doctors Association UK Chairman Dr Iftikhar once again flew out to Pakistan to oversee the collaborations that Midland Doctors had embarked upon. “We had a meeting with Prof Arif of the Pakistan Paediatric Association to discuss our recent
After returning from his recent work in Pakistan with Midland Doctors, Dr Irshad Soomro was featured in an article in the Nottingham Evening Post of the 4th of October. To read more about his work see the update below for the 23rd of September 2010. City
May 2010 as the plane landed at Islamabad International Airport I gazed at the Margla Hills in the horizon behind the dusty mist. I knew that this was a country which in recent years had been the victim of natural calamities, terrorism and political insta
Dr Javed received a standing ovation after his presentation at the Annual Islamabad International Paediatric meeting. Shortly after the floods hit Pakistan the PPA performed a survey and identified two major needs of the children in the displaced persons
The MDAUK team visits the plot for the village on the 1st May 2011. Construction is due to begin the following day.
The Village is close to completion, with 100 homes, including, electricity, solar power, sewage and water pipes. MDAUK are working closely with the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) who are project managing on the ground in the Sindh Province. The openin
Time was of the essence to save lives from the ensuing high risk of Cholera and other deadly infectious diseases. All aid agencies were literally knee deep in the chaos caused by the flood and too large a task for all the agencies put together. The Midlan
24 Hours of fundraising – £15,000 raised! Midland Doctors Ch Riaz Ahmed would oversee the operation. Ch Riaz Ahmed, doctors and volunteers will meet tomorrow and supplies will be purchased in Peshawar. Dr Javed Ahmed arranged a humanitarian team t
“There were areas surrounding Peshawar and Nowshehra where dozens of villages had completely vanished Thousands of families had lost everything and were spending days and nights without any shelter and any essential supplies. Families were surround
Working throughout the day the team provided treatment to over 400 patients and had fed 200 people on the day across the Charsadda region. Cholera threat which we for-saw had become a reality and Children were at real risk.
Midland Doctors sourced life boxes containing 2000 family sized life straws from a facility in Vietnam. DHL were contacted to arrange a delivery to Karachi. The sourcing company generously subsidised the purchase and transportation of the life straws and
Midland Doctors team spent the day sorting out logistics and arranging storage of supplies. Mr Ch Riaz Ahmed helped to secure a warehouse in Peshawar which is secure to receive the procured clothes from Karachi. Food packs were increased in size. The visi
The Midland Doctors medical and relief teams had distributed 400 food parcels in Noshara. Ch Riaz Ahmed was pleased with the day’s work and despite the fact that work had been relentless he said, ‘I am in a position of real privilege here, ev
Message from the Chairman “I have met the team in Peshawar, I have been up from 5am and now it is midnight. There was some confusion in Peshwar when we went to retrieve goods at the airport, fortunately this was sorted. I have been briefed by the
Midland Doctors Charsadda team Midland Doctors organised the Medical stores this morning. The Midland Doctors group in Peshawar paid a visit to Pabbi medical camp where we stayed for about an hour and dropped off some needed medicines and then headed back
Today we picked 250 clothes (shalwar kameez) from our store and 100 bags of food stuff as well, and we covered 2 places one was wapda colony Kabul river nowshehra and the second one was turnaab, gogoshthoo, we distributed the these clothes and food bags i
Today we purchased medicines worth Rs:24423 for our up coming medical camps as we didn’t have any medicine for our medical camp because of the fact that the medicine we had were sent to swat, from tomorrow onwards we would have our medical camp in P
We are currently holding 1 medical camp a week due to low medical supplies and working on obtaining Kids Gift Packs for Eid. The packs will be ready on 6th September and we are planning to distribute these to Kids in the Flood affected areas few days befo
Today we received all the inventory for the gift packs for the children and we started packing for 300 gift packs in which 150 are for girls and 150 for boys, tomorrow we are going to distribute these gift packs to two different affected villages. Very go
Today we distributed three hundred gift packs that we packed yesterday for the kids of flood affected areas, the location was PABBI and the affected people were given shelter in a government school. There were more than 50 families there, we also distrib
Today is the first working day after the Eid holidays. We performed a needs assessment survey to identify the needs of the local population and where we should concentrate our resources for maximum benefit. We decided to concentrate on the villages of Mu
Today we held a medical clinic at Mahroof Khel, MC-3 Charsadda District. We have been asked by the MDAUK executive to concentrate on those areas where other NGO’s have not been able to reach and this was the first medical camp in the village since i
Midland Doctors Peshawar team have been doing a marvellous job in helping to sort out logistics for reconstruction of a village in North Pakistan. I have been coordinating with our Midland Doctors Peshawar team to facilitate The rehabilitation of the vil
Part of the MDAUK needs assessment surveys has been consultation with the local populace and national and international aid organisations to see how the resources of MDAUK can best be deployed for the local people. Increasingly MDAUK has been approached b
Chairman Visited the Hospital to review progress and to plan the next phase of construction for this immense project. Below is a video showing a few highlights of the visit:
Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s (BOAML) London based associates continue to support the Pakistan Flood Relief efforts. In conjunction with MDAUK, BOAML’s Multicultural Leadership Network has been collecting spare blankets, warm clothing and sl
MDAUK Charity Hospital is taking shape, as you can see from the Aerial View Solar panels are now being sourced Electrical wiring and computer systems are being sourced
An MDAUK supported Eye Camp in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir treated 23 patients in an 18 hour medical marathon. The event was held to support people who cannot afford cataract operations continue their lives inhibited with the visual impairment. The ground work
The last six months has seen brisk progress on our two main construction projects. Both the village and our new hospital are beginning to resemble the initial renderings which is very exciting for the whole team. Hospital Project… The new red tiled
What an event! Attended by over 100 people, the MDAUK Anoki Fundraiser 2012 has raised over £39,000 for MDAUK projects – an increase of £11,000 over last years’ event. Highlights included a fantastic presentation by Dr Iftikhar, followed by Dr
Following the success of our recent fundraising event at Anoki, MDAUK is holding a Nottingham Event on the 21st September 2012 at 7pm. We are raising funds and awareness In order to allow for the operational launch of the hospital on the 8th October –
The MDAUK team would like to thank everyone who has supported our cause during Ramadan. We have genuinely been overwhelmed by the kind pledges and donations we have received! We have not wasted any time in putting the funds to good use, primarily for our
MDAUK raised a staggering £60k for our Hospital facility in North Kashmir at our Annual Charity Dinner at the beautiful surroundings ofGoosedale Banqueting Centre in Papplewick, Nottingham. Huge thanks goes to our generous supporters and benefactors who
I write this email with mixed emotions of joy, Gratitude, pride and happiness. The first glimpse of Nur Goth was a very emotional and surreal experience. This village has been named after my beloved daughter Nur who we sadly lost following a heart operati
During December 2012, the team at MDAUK oversaw an historic milestone – the inauguration of the Nur Goth Village project in Pakistan. This Village was built by MDAUK in conjunction with the on the ground support of the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA)
Canadians for Global Care Society is a grass roots organization that came into existence as a result of inspiration from Midland Doctors. The Midland Doctors focus on building a hospital in the earth quake hit region Kashmir raises several dormant issues;
Our very own Dr Asrar Rashid and Dr Javed Ahmed take part in a through interview on Tonight With Moeed Pirzada 28 March 2013 on Waqt News in Pakistan. See the full programme below:
Equipment is being sourced for the hospital in a cost effective way. Appliances and equipment have also been donated by hospitals abroad, namely the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham. We are grateful to everyone for their time and donations. We are part
MUZAFFARABAD, March 20: About nine kilometres from here, along the Jhelum valley road, a magnificent building has emerged unobtrusively over the past four years. Most of the people driving through Tandali village were not aware that a team of UK-based Pak
Three Hockey players, Ash Mahmood, Zahid Khan and Tanzeel Akthar for Vauxhall Hockey Club based in Luton, who play in the UK East Region Field Hockey League 2013/14 have been set a challenge for Midland Doctors. The challenge is for these 3 strikers to s
Today 85 patient’s were treated in loving memory of Mohammed Najib, Derby. There were 41 children, 25 women and 19 men seen. We thank MOHAMMED NAJIB’s family for the generous donations and help that allowed the care of 85 patients on a charita
The Midland Doctors Vehicle brought vital medicines to the hospital that include drugs that allow children to breathe easily at night and antibiotics that treat life threatening infections.
Mrs Bibi 48 Years old arrived few days ago to get help from the hospital. She lives in a village 4 km from hospital, near a hilly area and heard from neighbor about free of cost treatment at Midland Doctors Hospital. She had a history of insect bite durin
Have a look at the photos of hospital -2014.The Medical Institute is receiving over 150 patients daily.
LANDMARK. Midland Doctors operating room used for the first time on the 1st January 2014. Midland Doctors kicked off the new year with a Eye Clinic held by our Midland Doctors Consultant Ophthalmologist. After a few days pre-emptive work in recruiting pat
I sat last night with Dr Javed to go through the reports of the ongoing work and I was overcome with emotion on what we are achieving on a day to day basis. Dr Hameed, with the kind donation from a local businessman, arranged to treat 400 patients over tw
You click on – You can see the hospital via the Google Satellite!
You click on You can see the hospital via the Google Satellite! Work continues in the hospital with important investigative instruments being installed to allow intricate surgery. Here you can see the Fluoroscopy Installation which will allow real-time i
We had sent a number of drip stands to the hospital but unfortunately they had their bases missing. They were originally designed such that they could be fixed to beds and not be free-wheeling. Our team on the ground has managed to get the wheel bases don
City Hospital Nottingham donates two X-ray screens with the help of Phil Worville from Phillips. The Midland Doctors Hospital patients will be X-rayed in complete safety. The screens will be carefully packaged up and sent to the hospital to add to our fan
Midland Doctors have recently undertaken the planting up of the hospital site in Muzzafarabad. The plants were chosen specifically as they do not have any asthma inducing properties; they do not produce allergens and do not have blossom. We hope that they
Dr Irfan Wahedna has far exceeded his £2000 target for Midland Doctors Associations by running the Derby half marathon on June 8. These funds will go towards running our new x-ray suite and pharmacy. Dr Wahedna completed the run, on a very hot Saturday i
Vauxhall Hockey Club from Luton achieved their fundraising target in support of Midland Doctors. The goal was for the 3 strikers Ash Mahmood, Zahid Khan and Tanzeel Akhtar to score a total of 50 goals. With the help of their team mates the 3 strikers scor
Here is the video that would take us through the corridors of the Midland Hospital that you help us to build.
The team stand alongside the Chairman Dr Iftikhar and we thank each and every one of them for the great work they are doing at the hospital facility. 100-150 patients being seen on a daily basis and with meagre resources too.
Dear All Dr Iftikhar visited Muzaffarabad again this week. It was only three weeks ago that the chairman of the charity, Dr Iftikhar visited Muzaffarabad to check on progress at the hospital site and to ensure that the project is on track. Dr Iftikhar
Dear Supporter Running a charity on a shoe string, i.e. at 0% costs allows funds to be used on where there are required, In Pakistan on the development of the hospital. However, such level of commitment requires the good will of many. This week I would
Weather in Derby was as usual as ever for this time of the year. Cold and trees devoid of any leaves. 8 am on the road contrast between sunny karachi and gloomy winter morning in Derby was so wide. I had visited Pakistan in December 09. I had planned to r
Last March I was part of a team serving in Kandiaro and treating those women who can’t afford health care. We had worked with discarded catgut sutures and no diathermy. I had promised shershah that I will return and be part of the team again. Click here
Dear Supporter Consultant Anaesthetist Dr Zahid from Derby, MDAUK treasurer visited the Midland Doctors Association site. Below are pictures from the visit and you can see the project progressing. Nurse Joy has been busy collecting various hospital furni
Dear Supporter With the concrete foundations laid, the structure is taking shape. The builders are working hard to construct the facility and the steel vertical columns are next on the list. This is a solid foundation designed to withstand the type of ear
Dear Supporter The Muzaffarbad Charity hospital projected which has been backed from many in the UK, Kuwait, UAE, Dubai, India, Pakistan and recently Canada is undergoing a critical stage. Funds are needed to help focus efforts so that the front of the ho
16th June 2010 Our wonderful engineer, Mr Amin Tariq paid a visit to the site today to oversee the construction so far. Mr Tariq has given a lot of his time for the project on a charitable basis for which all of the team at the Midland Doctors Association
Shafqat, Khalid & Altaf worked around the clock to arrange an excellent function that raised £ 25,000.
Joy Weise and Pat McGrath of the Nottingham Childrens Hospital have managed to collect equipment for the MDAUK hospital project worth in excess of £100,000. MDAUK executive member Dr Asrar Rashid commented on the tirelessly efficient way the two stars ha
The MDAUK has purchased land outside Muzzafarabad on the main road to Srinagar at a cost of £96,000. The area is 4 acres in total and the land is flat. The land has been declared safe according to a Government of Pakistan according to an external consult
The basic design of the hospital has been based on the advice given by the commissioned architects in conjunction with structural engineers both commissioned in Pakistan and the UK. The founding trustees who are established NHS consultants well versed in
Thanks to the support of our team members as well as all the generous donations we have received so far, the MDAUK Hospital project begins! Attached are a few photos showing the digging of the footings.
Here are photographs taken in February 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in March 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in May 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in June 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in July 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
The team went to Nisatta outlying village from Charsadda and Dr Ishfaq set a mobile clinic there. The other two doctors set up a clinic in the village of Rajjar on the Tangi Road. Dr Ishfaq treated 260 patients and the other doctor saw 290 patients. MDAUK
Here are photographs taken in September 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in October 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in November 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in December 2010 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in March 2011 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
Here are photographs taken in April 2011 documenting progress on the build of the MDAUK Hospital Project:
]Dr. Syed Yusuf Iftikhar paid a visit to the hospital construction site last week. Work has progressed according to the schedule. Second floor construction on the back portion is now being constructed and half of it has already been done. One hope the who
The construction of the MDAUK hospital in the Muzzaffarabad province has progressed since the last update. The pillars and roofs have been added to the thick steel and concrete foundations. Internal rooms, including operating theatres, x-ray room, wards a
The Midland Doctors Association UK Hospital facility in North Kashmir should be operational within the next 6 months, with the outpatients opening on the 8th October 2012. This is an exciting time for our trustees and supporters – our aim has always bee
The Midland Doctors Board of Trustees are proud to announce the Inauguration of our NHS inspired Hospital in Muzaffarabad on Thursday 21st March 2013. The ceremony marks many years of hard work and dedication from our team, and more importantly our suppor
Today 129 patient’s were treated in loving memory of IRSHAD BEGUM, Derby. There were 63 children, 17 women and 49 men seen. We thank Irshad Begum’s family for the generous donations and help that allowed the care of 129 patients on a charitabl
Child with drip is brought into the hospital by parents. Due to severe D&V the child was dehydrated In view of this, the child was treated in the treatment centre with IV fluids. Respiratory problems prevail in the region, children and adults receive
Now establishes by the Midland Doctors and PMA, Nur Goth village stands as a testament to the hard work of our supporters and trustees. Below is a new video which looks back on the disasters that prompted a group of doctors from the UK to make a differen
MDAUK have received a wonderful endorsement of our work in the form of financial support from the Edhi foundation. After viewing the Village project outside of Karachi, the Edhi foundation have kindly donated £105,000 to complete the project. This is a
A quick MDAUK Hospital update – The chemical treatment of the front building has been completed and now tiles are being fixed to the roof. Plumbing has also been completed on the ground floor.
This week, the team at MDAUK oversaw an historic milestone – the inauguration of the Nur Goth Village project in Pakistan; built and supported by the MDAUK and PMA and the Edhi Foundation. The creation of a village and community was born in response to
MDAUK Karachi Team continues to build village houses as per the construction profile. (see Village construction section) Heavy rain has caused a pause in construction with the team to resume any day now. The aim is for the MDAUK South Pakistan Paroject
We are pleased to inform all Midland Doctors supporters and friends that Construction work has started today in Muhib Banda, Pabbi Village Nowshehra. Basic foundations were laid for the boundary walls to enable the construction of walls tomorrow. A medic
Today we visited village Muhib Banda to assess the re-construction work. The work is progressing well and the mosque renovation work is almost completed. We are aiming to complete the reconstruction work of the first 6 houses by the 12th of October 10.
Today we held a medical clinic at Sir Sung, Tangi Charsadda. We were on the ground and ready to go by 11am. We were able to treat in the region of 90 patients most of whom were elderly and all of whom were without access to medical care. Whilst it
“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” “Change starts when someone sees the next step.” – William Drayton
The return of the 5 city bankers from their trip to view the work of Midland Doctors Association UK in Pakistan and to ensure that the phenomenal amount of money that they have raised is reaching the flood victims is being reported in the financial press.
The five intrepid bankers have safely touched down back in the UK today, having safely completed their visit to Pakistan where they examined and took part in the ongoing Midland Doctors Association UK relief work. Itikhar Ali said, “After a humbling
A group of five bankers who together have raised a phenomenal amout in excess of £750,000 for the flood victims in Pakistan, have arrived to inspect how their funds are being spent. The group is made up of Abid Hussain (Citibank), Shahzad Amir (Nomura),
Part of the Midland Doctors Association UK needs assessment surveys has been consultation with the local populace and national and international aid organisations to see how the resources of Midland Doctors can best be deployed for the local people. Incr
Midland Doctors Association UK and Pakistan Paediatric Association collaborations. Today Dr Javed Ahmed (the Pakistan Ground Logistics Lead) spoke with Professor Arif Secretary of the Pakistan Paediatric Association. Midland Doctors Association UK with a
News has arrived of a successful collaboration between Midland Doctors Association UK and the Pakistan Paediatric Association (PPA). Three vaccination camps were held on the 26th of September at town the of Bin Qasim and 960 2-12 year old children were va
Altaf worked around the clock to arrange an excellent function that raised £25,000. Well done team!
We were shown the plot on the 26th March 2011. We took the time to view other locations, however it became clear to the whole party, and this was the most viable option. Once we were all in agreement, we negotiated and secured the plot. MDAUK Village p
MDAUK commissioned the following plans and renderings to visualize the project. We have also attached a PowerPoint presentation to give further details. Village Plan
Dr. Syed Yusuf Iftikhar visited the construction site of our model village for flood victims. Construction has progressed at a rapid pace. It had started on 2nd May 2011 and it seems that five blocks of 20 houses each with a school building would be compl
The Medical team arrived in Peshawar and volunteers had been assembled and would start work at day break. MDAUK Ch Riaz Ahmed purchased further Medication to treat skin problems and Gastro enteritis related illness. MDAUK assembled starter packs for ind
At an intersection of 2 rivers near Charsadda, Ch Riaz Ahmed coordinated the distribution of food to effected villagers many had spent the night on the roofs of their houses. Banks of the rivers overflowed with torrential force causing substantial damage
This is an entry from Rizwan who is an engineer from the Muzaffarabad hospital project and now is involved in the flood relief. We launched our first camp at Qazi Khil in Charsadda where two doctors, Dr Gohar and Dr Enam U Ulla checked 253 patients. At o
MDAUK Ch Riaz Ahmed led the team with the help of local doctors. The area was so remote that vehicles had to be left to deliver the food. MDAUK was arriving in areas away from the central refugee camps as a large population was beyond reachable. The team
The MDAUK had serviced 2 villages in Charsadda. Due to the remoteness of the locations the MDAUK team had to sleep in the flood ridden area within a village. Here the Mosquito count had been extremely high due to the presence of standing water, theref
Dr Iftikhar Chairman of the MDAUK reached Pakistan Saturday morning and ensured preparations for the third MDAUK team have been completed. MDAUK have been working closely with the PMA (Pakistan Medical Association) to ensure a partnered strategy in Sindh.
All the team members gathered at 10am, main Charsadda Chowk, Mardan road and discussed the tasks for the day. Everything went swiftly on the way to the affected area. When we got there it seemed hard to handle the crowd that had gathered. Somehow w
All the medicines and clothes we had in our store have been sent to Swat, and for now we do not have anything in our store, coming Monday the 30th of august we are going to purchase more medicines for our medical camps and we would restart our medical cam
Today we had a medical camp in a rural area of Pabbi, where our doctor treated about 90-100 patients. Most of the patients were having skin infections and eye problems, we also got the data forms filled by about 90 patients and that shows some probable fi
MDAUK Medical Camp was held in a small village of PABBI, which was affected by recent floods. The name of the sub village is CHOKI MUMRAIZ and according to our analysis there were lots of people who needed medication. We had our medical camp there today
MDAUK received a major boost to fundraising via a BOAML donation today at the EMEA BOAML fundraising event held specially for MDAUK in London St Paul’s. Bank of America Merill Lynch have donated $100,000 to the charity program and MDAUK are indebte
One of the first few photos of the hospital construction from afar. As we await the generous donations, the focus on contruction has been towards the front of the building. This structure has been described as one of the most solid in the region able to a