Srinagar: Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) Thursday released cell numbers of a group of medics who have volunteered to seve the community during the ongoing crisis situation.
It also urged doctors to volunteer for providing online consultations to patients through WhatsApp or on telephone so that people suffering from general ailments can limit their hospital visits.
According to DAK president, Dr Suhail Naik hospitals remain abuzz with hundreds of patients and their attendants and people should limit hospital visits to prevent transmission of the coronavirus.
DAK has created Covid-19 helpline for general public and advised people to call on the below mentioned phone numbers for urgent consultation:
1. Dr Suhail Naik, Pediatrician: 9419032562
2. Dr Owais H Dar, Radiologist: 9906521015
3. Dr Masood Ul Hassan, General physician: 9419009325
4. Dr Masood Rashid, Anesthesiologist: 7006786774
5. Dr Mir Mushtaq, Orthopedician: 7006215235
6. Dr Rakhshanda, Gynaecolgist: 7006287762
7. Dr Manzoor Ahmad, Consultant, SKIMS Medical College: 9419000311
8. Dr Mohamad Younis, (AP Surgical Gastroenterology, SKIMS): 9797802521
9. Dr Shahnawaz Kaloo, Consultant Interventional Radiology, Max Hospital Delhi: +917835056123
10. Dr Arshad Baba, Consultant surgeon: 9906501331
11. Dr Sheikh Shoib, Psychiatrist: 9797197388
12. Dr Yawar Yaseen, Physician: 9697364976
13. Dr Shahnaz Ahmad Sheikh, ENT specialist
14. Dr Mubashir Hassan Shah, Consultant Pediatrician: 9881342255
15. Dr Shabir Ahmad Lone, Consultant Medicine: 9596580210
16. Dr Shahnaz Ahmad Sheikh, ENT specialist: 7006564396
17. Dr Ghulam Jeelani Zargar, General Surgeon: 7006814027
18. Dr. Sajad Ahmad, Medical Block Boniyar: 9797224343
19. Dr Fayaz Bhat, Physician: 7006693156
20. Dr Nadeem, Surgeon: 7006532988
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