The Al Ihsan Clinic Day is an ongoing initiative of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre directed to provide basic health care facilities in mostly rural areas where communities don’t have access to nor have the means to travel to public health services.
On Sunday, 31 March 2019 a medical team comprising three general practitioners, two optometrists, 12 nursing assistants, community volunteers and staff members of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre held the second Clinic Day for 2019 at the Musallah in Mount Vernon, Verulam.
All medical personnel were coordinated by Dr Zahid Khan.
The Clinic day began at 09:00 AM with registration of almost 200 patients – most of them senior citizens.
All patients were screened followed by check-ups by the medical team. Free medication was administered to the patients, prescriptions were handed to those requiring specific medication and eleven patients were handed letters of referral to state hospitals.
Refreshments were provided and hot-packed lunches were handed to all patients.
The Clinic Day ended at 14:30 PM.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre expresses its most sincere thanks to the trustees of Mount Vernon Musallah, their team of volunteers, the medical team and all community volunteers who sacrificed their time to make the Clinic Day possible.
These initiatives of Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre are made possible through the generous and ongoing support and contributions of the Muslim community.
Darul Ihsan Humanitarian Centre