On Saturday 25th March 2023, a new medical facility in Kinshasa was inaugurated by Harish Jagtani’s HJ Foundation, a nonprofit organisation devoted to delivering healthcare services to underserved segments of society.
The only people who will use this new facility are locals who have trouble finding affordable healthcare.
A wide range of free medical services, such as general medicine, dialysis, ophthalmology, and prosthetic limbs, will be provided by the centre.
It will offer radiology services in addition to fundamental laboratory testing.
The charity center’s opening marks a significant turning point for the organisation, which has been slavishly pursuing this objective for many years.
It is anticipated that it will bring patients much-needed relief who have been fighting for years in this country to access healthcare services at affordable prices.
An industrialist and philanthropist from Jaipur named Harish Jagtani has been operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for the past 20 years and is involved in a number of industries including cargo, real estate, and healthcare.
His foundation has tirelessly provided assistance to the people of this nation by holding recurring health camps for conditions like dialysis, malaria, ophthalmology, and many others.
Additionally, Harish Jagtani received praise from people all over the world for his assistance and contribution during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Harish Jagtani commented on the occasion, saying, « Today’s ceremony was held to open the clinic and dedicate it to the people of the nation.
The foundation will have access to its own dialysis facility through this clinic to treat patients with kidney infections.
I’m happy to let you know that malaria will also be fully covered by the foundation, which will dispense the drugs needed for its treatment during its campaign against this mosquito menace, » he continued.
Additionally, this clinic will provide hospitalisation to all patients awaiting cataract and glaucoma surgery.