Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Asia Samachar | 16 Mar 2015
Naam Clinic is looking for nurses. Two volunteer nurses have so far signed up for the free clinic in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur town powered by a group of Sikh medical personnel.
“We are okay with doctors at the moment, but we desperately need more nurses,” Dr Rupinder Singh, one of the vounteer doctors at the clinic, told Asia Samachar. “Nurses play an important role.”
The clinic, open on Sundays from April 4 onwards, is located at Wisma Tatt Khalsa, a multipurpose complex under Gurdwara Sahib Tatt Khalsa Diwan, at Jalan Raja Along. Operating hours are from 8am-12noon and 2pm-6pm.
A project under Naam Association Malaysia (Pertubuhan Kebajikan Naam Malaysia), the clinic has attracted some 20 doctors who will take turns to run the clinic open to people of all races and religions.
Dr Rupinder and his team were met at the Hola Mahalla games organised by the Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur, yesterday (15 Mar 2015). The medical personnel, bearing the Naam Medic attire, provided medical assistance during the futsal and badminton games.
[Those interested to volunteer with the clinic can contact can call +6012-6667230]
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