DVAGO paves its way to
Southern Punjab-Multan! 

MULTAN: DVAGO came into being with one vision and one alone. That is, to bring a change! Every next day is more challenging than the day before but every day DVAGO is moving closer to its goal line. DVAGO aspires to be the wellness expert of Pakistan in the eyes of its beloved customers and for those who are still left to be accommodated by DVAGO. DVAGO does this by providing genuine medicinal products, medical consultation services, and basic household commodities as well.

Not only this, DVAGO promises to be at your service in all times of need and it is safe to say that by God’s will DVAGO is getting there. Slowly but surely. To further DVAGO’s big plan comes an action plan, in the shape of the widespread presence of DVAGO physical stores. DVAGO actively started by opening stores in Karachi, then in Hyderabad, and today, it serves nationwide via its established online presence!

It is that time again for DVAGO to relive the festivities of their store opening but this time DVAGO has laid down its foundation in Multan! DVAGO has recently opened two of its newest branches in the city of Multan. DVAGO introduced its commendable modern pharmaceutical services to the residents of Multan. Healthcare professionals can now get their medical essentials delivered to their doors, within an hour. Services of doctor’s consultation and free testing services are also available. It started it service from Karachi and then moved to Lahore and now they are present in Multan where people are ready to enjoy the perks of the “Wellness Experts” – DVAGO! (PR).

PPA Shows concern
over situation in Gaza Palestine

KARACHI: Pakistan Pediatric Association has expressed deep concern over the deteriorating situation in Gaza Palestine, Occupied Kashmir, Syria and Mayanmar Rohingya where the human rights violations and unprecedented attack has involved children and adolescents and made their life miserable. Pakistan Pediatric Association demands international communities to intervene and save the civilian population from this humanitarian catastrophe.

A statement issued by Dr. M. Khalid Shafi, Secretary General Pakistan Pediatric Association says that for decades various organizations including the United Nations, World Health Organization, International Pediatric Association, other Pediatric and Human Rights Associations have been trying to bring equity among children belonging to the underprivileged countries and various groups within the developing countries. Similarly, many verticals programs under WHO, UNICEF and other International Associations have also highlighted the mental and physical health issues of children and adolescents like SDGs, although established targets have been difficult to achieve. One such issue which has time and again undermined such efforts has been the problems of children in war zone conflicts around the world. These conflicts unfortunately happen mostly in parts of the world which are already afflicted and tormented with disease burden and high mortality.

As a custodian of children rights, Pakistan Pediatric Association wants to record their concern on behalf of the whole community of Pakistani Pediatricians with great apprehension regarding the welfare of these children and adolescents.PPA has urged world authorities to support these children and try to use their office to stop these brutalities immediately. (PR)

55th Syndicate meeting of KEMU
takes important decisions

LAHORE” The 55th Syndicate meeting of King Edward Medical University which met here recently chaired by Prof.Khalid Masood Gondal VC KEMU took many important decisions. The meeting appreciated the services rendered by KEMU/Mayo Hospital during Covid19 Pandemic.

Ongoing construction projects, contract extensions of faculty and Examination regulations were discussed in the meeting. Construction of the Girls Hostel and funds were approved in the development projects of the university. After the meeting, the members of the syndicate also visited the telemedicine department and appreciated the services being provided under the supervisor of Prof. Bilquis Shabbir.

The meeting was attended by Mr. Justice Shahram Sarwar Chaudhry, Special Secretary Health Madam Silwat Saeed, Member Public Service Commission Nayyar Iqbal, Vice Chancellor UET Mansoor Sarwar, and Parliamentary Secretary Omar Aftab Ahmed Dhillon, Representatives from HEC and finance department, and Medical Superintendent of hospitals affiliated with the university. Pro VC Prof. Ijaz Hussain, Dean Prof.Rana Dil Awais Nadeem, Chairperson Department of Medicine Prof. Bilquis Shabbir, Prof. Haroon Hamid, Prof. Naqhshab Chaudhry, Prof. Abrar Ashraf Ali and other members were also present. (PR)