Naam Clinic looking for medicine

Paramjit Kaur

Naam Clinic, a free clinic on Sundays in the heart of the Kuala Lumpur town, is short of medicine.

“We welcome medicine contribution from clinics or pharmaceutical companies. Donations are also welcome,” Paramjit Kaur, the secretary and administrator of the clinic, told Asia Samachar.

“Most of our cases deal with cough and fever, skin rashes and allergy. We get many foreign nationals as patients,” she said.

The clinic, which started operating in 2015, is under the purview of Naam Association Malaysia, now led by Gurdev Singh as president and Tejhvir Singh as vice president. Its advisor is Pritam Singh.

The clinic, which operates from 10am-2pm, has five volunteer doctors: Dr Jaswant Singh, Dr Subash, Dr Kulwant Singh, Dr Sanjeev Rampal and Dr Surinder Kaur. It operates at Wisma Tatt Khalsa at Jalan Raja Alang, a multipurpose complex of the Gurdwara Sahib Tatt Khalsa Diwan.

Paramjit can be contacted at 016-3903130.



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  1. Why can’t the medicines be purchased by the Gurdwara Committee with funds of the Gurdwara as sewa to the people? The individual doctors are already doing sewa by scarificying their time and their rest day.