Bashir dawood transplant operation theatre complex was inaugurated in the Sindh Institute of Urology and transplantations (SIUT). This operation theatre was opened with the support from the philanthropic segment of the society to carry out transplant surgery on the kidney, liver, pancreas, and small intestine as they donated funds and equipment. In Pakistan no operation theatre has so many facilities, this makes transplant operation theatre one of a kind.
Who is Bashir Dawood?
From dialysis to oncology to transplantation, he provides healthcare facilities to the unprivileged section of society. Bashir has always helped in making improvements in the hospitals where many free-of-cost facilities and treatments are offered to poor people. His family has contributed billion of rupees to the development of the healthcare public sector. They have carried out multiple projects for the betterment of people by providing them with specialized medical treatment.
What was the need for Bashir Dawood transplant operation theatre?
Many patients find operation charges expensive as their cost is out of their budget and to help such types of people there was a need for a comprehensive infrastructure that has all the facilities which could be beneficial for the public. But this was not the sole purpose of the operation theatre, to improve the nation’s transplant services was also an objective. This operation theatre also enhanced the services that are offered by the SIUT.
What are the facilities available in the Bashir Dawood transplant operation theatre?
The operation theatre has many health facilities that are for everyone irrespective of their caste, color, creed, or faith.
- This operation theatre is well equipped with the latest technology healthcare machines and facilities
- Doctors can perform multiple surgeries here simultaneously
- It has a large recovery section
- The transplant operation theatre also comprises a 10-bed intensive care unit (ICU)
- There are skill development centers and specialized laboratories
- It will provide free treatment to people who cannot afford expensive transplant operations.
Every person and doctor of SIUT is thankful to Mr. Bashir and their family who have made many contributions to the unprivileged which are more than just providing them with basic health care. He has been helping the poor for quite a long time now and also, he works with different charitable institutions to help the needy.
Many healthcare specialists and other guests were a part of this inauguration ceremony. It is believed that in the future, robotic surgeries will also take place in this complex for transplants.