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SehatKahani’s opens first ever Telemedicine Clinic in Loralai

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SehatKahani is a telemedicine organization that connects female doctors from their homes to patients in underserved segments of the country using a telemedicine-based solution of e-health clinics and a mobile application that serves masses.  Sehat Kahani has served 340,000 patients till date through the network of its 33 e-health clinics across Pakistan, and the mobile application.

Sehat Kahani has launched its 34th e-health clinic in Loralai, Baluchistan in collaboration with World Health Organization. The occasion was graced by the presence of Honorable Divisional Director Health Department Zhob Division, Dr.Shah Jahan Panezai.

Dr. Babar Alam (Head of Sub Office Baluchistan – World Health Organization), Dr. Isfandyar Shirani (The National Population Officer), Dr. Shabir (DHO Loralai), SyedAtif Ali(Lead Sales & Technical – Sehat Kahani), and Mr. Amir Ahmed (Regional Manager Clinical Operations – Sehat Kahani) were amongst the other key participants of the event.

Honorable Dr. Shah Jahan Panezai expressed;“The government of Baluchistan appreciates the effort of Sehat Kahani in bringing this much needed innovation to our region; this will help many patients from underserved areas to be able to access quality healthcare. We extend our full support to Sehat Kahani and WHO and all their future endeavors”.

Dr. Babar Alam said,“WHO is very excited for this opportunity of providing access to quality healthcare in the province of Baluchistan”.

Dr. Isfandyar Shirani said, “For a province like Baluchistan where healthcare has vast areas of improvement; the ability to be able to connect to an online doctor anytime anywhere would be a game changer”

Dr. Shabir said; “We are happy that SehatKahani has chosen Loralai for the launch of its first clinic in Balochistan and we are optimistic that this shall greatly help in improving the healthcare scenario of the area”.

Mr. Atif Ali said, we are ecstatic to have had the opportunity to launch first of our many to come e-health clinics in Baluchistan and we will make sure that this brings about a very positive change in the overall healthcare scenario of the province.

SehatKahani and World Health Organization have partnered to expand the use of telemedicine services for essential sexual and reproductive (SRH) healthcare during and after COVID-19 situation in Pakistan.

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