According to a press statement issued here, the Faysal Bank CEO met the head of SIUT, Dr. Adeeb-ul Hasan Rizvi and his crew warmly received him. Dr. Rizvi took Mr. Ansari to the Transplant, Pediatric Urology & Nephrology, Oncology and several other departments for orientation purposes and briefed him on the integrated healthcare services being extended absolutely free to the patients who come to SIUT from all corners of Pakistan.
Dr. Rizvi said, “The institute’s only challenge is its lack of access to those who cannot manage to come to them for the treatment due to limited resources. That’s why, they have started establishing diagnostic and dialysis centres in different places. At present, four centres in Karachi and one full-fledged unit in Sukkur have been put up for the patients’ ease. It is because of great organisations like Faysal Bank who help us achieve these objectives proficiently.”
Mr. Ansari aptly called the facility “a symbol of excellent care in urology and transplantation”, and added ‘Faysal Bank is very contented to be associated with such a remarkable institute, where patients receive their treatment with proper dignity”. While meeting patients, he also met children who had undergone liver transplantation successfully.