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Malik Riaz provides the Best Health Care Facilities in Partnership with the UK Neuro Sciences Centre LTD

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Chairman of Bahria Town, Malik Riaz, has stepped forward to help the people by providing them the best health care facilities in Pakistan. Bahria Town is going to establish Pakistan’s first and largest world-class spinal and neurosurgery center.

An agreement has been signed by Bahria Town with London Neurosurgery Partnership and UK Neuro Sciences Centre Ltd to provide the best Neurosurgery services in Pakistan. In this meeting Malik Riaz and a specialist team of London’s top 25 surgeons from Harley Street Clinic London, a world-renowned and established medical excellence center, were present. This groundbreaking partnership will establish world-class spinal and knee surgery, rehabilitation, and nerve injury repair centers in the hospitals of Bahria Enclave Islamabad, Golf City Islamabad, and Bahria Orchard Lahore.

It will be the first of its kind and treat people who do not have access to proper treatment in European countries. Patients receive the same high-quality treatment as at the Harley Street Clinics and other top London hospitals. On this occasion, the Chairman of Bahria Town said, “We will provide pioneer surgery, keyhole spine surgery, robotic spine surgery, and the latest state-of-the-art spine-related surgery for the first time in Pakistan,” “The hospital will be run by senior spinal faculty from the UK and the USA, and the same level of quality treatment will be provided at the Harley Street Clinic,” he added.

For the centers in Bahria Golf City Islamabad and Bahria Enclave Islamabad, state-of-the-art machinery and equipment have already been purchased, and the installation will be completed by October this year under the supervision of British surgeons. In a few months, doctors and surgeons will be hired and receive six months of training from UK doctors. This world-class health care facilities in Pakistan will not only provide the necessary treatment to those in need, but it will also contribute to the development of the health sector by providing training and setting an example for others.

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