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Affordable healthcare for rural Pakistan

  • Do we know enough? (Interview of patient)

    Watch the following video of the interview of patient  at UM Trust diagnosed with Hepatitis C. It reflects the dire need of awareness on Hepatitis in rural areas of Pakistan. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x22jvn8_short-interview-with-patient-dignosed-with-hepatitis-healthcare-to-rural-communities_news

  • Your Single Click and We Win….. (VOTE)

    YAY................ ! We are delighted to share that our project, " Jaroka Mobile based Tele-Healthcare", which aims to use innovative technologies including web and mobile technologies in extending healthcare services to hard to reach areas, is nominated for ISIF Asia Awards.  There are two kinds of awards: 1)  Jury Choice Award ...

  • Seeking healthy behavior through FUN

    “This is the first time I ever got this incredible opportunity to attend an awareness session on health issues. I learned so much form this session and would definitely bring my sister-in-laws next time any awareness sessions are arranged.” – Participant. “Can you (session facilitator- Lubna Khan) visit us every week ...

  • Watch the Glimpse of Nursing Counter-(e-data of patient)

    At UM Healthcare Trust,  we are successfully running a Jaroka Tele-Healthcare Project which uses web and mobile technology to make healthcare accessible at remote and resource challenges rural areas. As part of Jaroka, we electronically record the patient data including their vitals, treatment history, medical results and perceptions of  all of ...

  • Myths Proved False

     “It was astonishing to find out that Wi-Fi was available free of cost at UM Trust. Furthermore, the hospital management is offering it free for students, rural health workers and communities so that they can stay connected with outside world while living in the remote area” – Mariam Mustafa “At nursing ...

  • NEGLECTED? Not Any More

    “I always took my son as a normal child who suffered from severe weakness due to serious spiritual problems. Since I couldn’t afford to visit hospitals in city, the only choice I had was to take my son to holy shrines for prayers for his healthy life. ”—Bilal’s mother.  No one ...

Do we know enough? (Interview of patient)

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Watch the following video of the interview of patient  at UM Trust diagnosed with Hepatitis C. It reflects the dire need of awareness on Hepatitis in rural areas of Pakistan. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x22jvn8_short-interview-with-patient-dignosed-with-hepatitis-healthcare-to-rural-communities_news

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Thoughts …… (Patient at UM Trust)

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A short interview with one of the senior patients of UM Healthcare Trust. See what he has to say about our services: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x22jiep_patient-testimonial-um-healthcare-trust_news

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Disease Trends For July 2014

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In the month of July 2014, a total of 1239 patients were treated. Off which 236  (19.05%) were male , 490  (39.54%) were Female  while 513  (41.40%) were children.

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Disease Trends For June 2014

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In the month of June 2014, a total of 1733 patients were treated. Off which 313  (18.06%) were male , 835  (48.18%) were Female  while 585  (33.76%) were children.

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Your Single Click and We Win….. (VOTE)

Posted by Shamila Keyani Comments Off

YAY................ ! We are delighted to share that our project, " Jaroka Mobile based Tele-Healthcare", which aims to use innovative technologies including web and mobile technologies in extending healthcare services to hard to reach areas, is nominated for ISIF Asia Awards.  There are two kinds of awards: 1)  Jury Choice Award ...

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Disease Trends For May 2014

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In the month of May 2014, a total of 2318 patients were treated. Off which 402  (17.34%) were male , 1122  (48.40%) were Female  while 794 (34.25%) were children. During the past quarter UM healthcare is serving the people around the area.In May 2014,  2318 patient were checked in the institute.More ...

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Seeking healthy behavior through FUN

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“This is the first time I ever got this incredible opportunity to attend an awareness session on health issues. I learned so much form this session and would definitely bring my sister-in-laws next time any awareness sessions are arranged.” – Participant. “Can you (session facilitator- Lubna Khan) visit us every week ...

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Disease Trend Analysis (Feb-Apr 2014)

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During the past quarter, UM Healthcare Trust continued to serve the deserving people of Rural Mardan, KP and provided them with primary healthcare with all its determination. In February 2014, a total of 1649 patients were treated in UM Healthcare Hospital in which 17.88%  were men, 46.75% were women and remaining ...

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Disease Trends For April 2014

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In the month of Month April 2014, a total of 2172 patients were treated. Off which 397  (18.27%) were male , 991  (45.62%) were Female  while 784 (36.09%) were children.

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Disease Trends For March 2014

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In the month of March  2014, a total of  1660  patients were treated. Off which 324  (19.51%) were male , 765  (46.08%) were Female  while 571 (34.39%) were children.

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