Fatima Memorial Hospital

Quality healthcare to patients from all walks of life without discrimination
Jul 11, 2016

Helping children through their pain

 

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) causes premature death, disability, and lowers the quality of life in the industrialized and developing world. RA is a systemic inflammatory disease that manifests itself in multiple joints in the body. This inflammation usually affects the lining of the joints (synovial membrane), but can also affect other organs.

 

Children are equally affected by the diseases and many children are waiting for treatment otherwise they will be crippled for life. ACF is currently donating Enbrel to these children worth Rs.400,000 approximately. ENBREL is indicated for reducing signs and symptoms, keeping joint damage from getting worse, and improving physical function in patients

 

Arthritis Care Foundation (ACF) is working in collaboration with Fatima Memorial Hospital Lahore and serving many patients who cannot afford the treatment expenses.

 

If ACF had not provided this treatment, this children would be in a lot of pain and this has only been possible through the support of generous donors. Fatima Memorial Hospital hopes to continue its noble mission, please donate generously.

Jul 11, 2016

School Lunch Again!

He is one happy guy!
He is one happy guy!

This week was about sugar and spice 

The lunch at the Malikpur Branch of NUR Foundation School was Sweet rice and Chicken Palou. 

The smiles on the faces of the server was addictive. 

It was hot but it was fun .

We had our share of excitement, we celebrated being Pakistanis and the best was we celebrated being where we are today. 

We will keep moving forward and we will be succeed. 

The students of NUR Foundation Schools 

NUR Foundation Schools are striving to provide its 1850 students healthy meals and will like to make provide them on a daily basis but due to financial constraints it is very difficult to provide meal on daily basis.  To reach this goal we need your generous support so that we all can continue to see their happy faces

Jul 11, 2016

Reminding us to be thankful

This year Ramazan was in the hottest month of the year. The fasts were long and tough lasting almost 16 hours: While for many of us maybe it was the heat and the thirst that was hard to handle. However, for many it was just not the thirst of the heat it was hunger, pain, trails and tribulation. 

Fatima Memorial Hospital (FMH) has been caring for needy people for 4 decades and the mission is to provide quality healthcare without discrimination to patients from all walks of life. Each year almost 300,000 people receive treatment from FMH each year. 

There are countless patients who come to the hospital with no means to afford one square meal let alone the medical costs. These paitents are provided free meals each day as they are the responsibility of our patient. 

The breaking of fast is called iftar in Pakistan and every Ramazan it is the tradition of Fatima Memorial Hospital to make sure that the needy patients and their families are served iftar and sehri. A tradition we have been keeping alive for the past 4 decades. 

We kept our tradition this year and we hope to keep our traditions alive in the years to come. 

Thank you for your support! 

 
   

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