Clinic is a place where outpatients are given medical treatment or advice, especially of a specialist nature. Alkhidmat Foundation has established a large number of clinics, which help the poor and the needy people to get access to a qualified medical doctor. An average fee of Rs.25/- is charged that includes preliminary medicine and consultancy fee. Clinics also refer patients to the nearby hospital of Alkhidmat Foundation where and when necessary.
World Health Organization (WHO) has enlisted Pakistan among 57 countries with critical health workforce deficiency while he country is placed at 122nd position in terms of quality of health care facilities. Unfortunately Pakistan stands high in the list of top 10 countries with extreme infant mortality.
Being conscious of the situation, Alkhidmat Foundation Pakistan Women Wing has established country wide network to provide best health care facilities to public, irrespective of their socio-economic status. Under its umbrella currently several Mother and Child Healthcare Centers, Hospitals, Mobile Medical Camps, Ambulance Service, Diagnostic Centers and Blood Banks are functional effectively across the country including landmark projects in the remotest and most under-developed areas such as Tharparkar (Sindh) and Quetta (Balochistan).
All healtcare projects ranging from a routine OPD checkup to a specialized procedure are provided to the needy and poor for free.