The ambitious Mohiuddin Hospital project at Trarkhal, in the district of Poonch (Azad Kashmir) has now reached its second phase of construction. The external boundary walls and roof have all been completed leaving the construction of the internal wards to accommodate some 200 beds and related specialist units. The hospital runs 400 feet long by 60 feet wide and stands two storey’s high so far with a third storey proposed to accommodate residential quarters for the hospital staff.
Mohiuddin Trust recently benefited from a generous donation from a donor which comprised of numerous medical apparatus for furnishing wards and specialist units. The donor had accumulated this equipment for a hospital he had been working on which unfortunately couldn’t proceed further due to some impassable obstacles. Following this drawback he felt compelled to donate all his acquired hardware to Mohiuddin Trust, whilst expressing total confidence in its projects.
Subsequent project phases include construction of residential quarters for the hospital staff and a mosque for the benefit of patients; visitors and hospital staff. The mosque is planned to accommodate over 1000 worshippers at any one time.