A CSR drive from one of the country's leading pharmaceuticals vows to make healthcare centres safe.
In pursuit of safeguarding the healthcare providers amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Highnoon Laboratories Limited extends its support to the healthcare community by launching the Corona Combat Clinic initiative across Pakistan. Corona Combat Clinic initiative is focused on providing state-of-the-art protection equipment to healthcare centres all over Pakistan. This will not only help protect doctors, nurses, support staff and patients but will also enable these help centres to implement guidelines issued by DRAP and WHO. Additionally, disinfection and sanitization services along with air quality improvement initiatives are also in place at these health centres and protocols have been established to ensure strict compliance with these guidelines.
Many healthcare professionals and practitioners have appreciated the Corona Combat Clinic initiative for the safety and sanitization of front-line medical heroes: "Highnoon is among the pioneers in considering safety of doctors on priority. This clinic disinfection along with providing protective equipment is really commendable", remarked a senior consultant Neurophy -sician practicing in Rawalpindi. Another senior Cardiologist praised this noble effort and commented, "In this pandemic of Covid-19, I appreciate the efforts of Highnoon for being on the frontline for the safety of doctors and patients". The National Institute of Cardiovascular diseases Karachi has also appreciated Highnoon's efforts for "generous spray services." Chairman Highnoon, Tausif Khan commented, "Highnoon is making efforts to ensure that patients seeking healthcare are provided the healthcare they need. Patients are unable to get the medical attention they urgently need because of the lockdowns and also the fact that patients are avoiding visits to the doctors out of fear of catching Covid-19. Medical intervention should not be delayed under any circumstances. Through Corona Combat Clinic initiative, online services have also been rolled out to encourage patients to seek medical advice at home if they desire."-PR