Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology Offers Free Medical Treatment to Senior Citizens


Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology (RIC) has taken a remarkable step in providing healthcare services to senior citizens by announcing free medical treatment for individuals aged 70 years and above. This initiative aims to prioritize the well-being of older individuals and ensure they have access to essential cardiology-related diagnostics and treatment.

The medical superintendent of RIC issued a directive instructing all receptionists to book various diagnostic procedures, including laboratory tests, echo, ETT, TOE, and ECG, for senior citizens without any cost. The only requirement is to verify their identification through their CNIC (Computerized National Identity Card).

This proactive measure showcases the institute’s commitment to addressing the healthcare needs of elderly citizens in Pakistan. By offering free medical services, RIC aims to alleviate the financial burden on senior citizens and ensure they can receive the necessary care without any financial constraints.

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The decision is a significant step towards prioritizing the health and welfare of older individuals in the country. It demonstrates RIC’s dedication to providing accessible and quality healthcare to all segments of the population, especially those who are most vulnerable.

The Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology’s initiative has been met with appreciation and recognition for its efforts in promoting the well-being of senior citizens. It not only provides crucial medical services but also emphasizes the importance of respecting and supporting the elderly population in Pakistan.

As this initiative rolls out, it is expected to positively impact the lives of senior citizens who require cardiology-related diagnostics and treatment. The Rawalpindi Institute of Cardiology’s commitment to offering free medical treatment sets an example for other healthcare institutions to follow, further improving the accessibility of healthcare services for elderly individuals across the country.

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