Tech4Life Enterprises is proud to announce the signing of contract for providing consultancy to the Ministry of Health, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for the establishment of five telehealth clinics and one mobile telehealth unit. It is the first public-funded Telemedicine project in Pakistan which is going to be implemented by the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The project will be led by Dr. Shariq Khoja, CEO of Tech4Life Enterprises.
The project will improve basic health services by connecting primary healthcare facilities in the districts of Chitral, Nowshehra, Swabi, Battagram and Karak with the Services Hospital in Peshawar for providing high-quality treatment and diagnostic facilities. Telemedicine services will be provided in the areas of General medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, mental health, cardiology, ENT, ophthalmology, dermatology, general Surgery and radiology. The project will address the issue of unavailability of specialists in these locations. It will benefit thousands of people who travel to Peshawar and other locations for consultations with the specialists each month.

Dr. Ashoor Khan Afridi, Incharge of Services Hospital Peshawar will lead the project on behalf of the ministry of Health. Tech4Life Enterprises, being a socially motivated company, will ensure evidence-based, low-cost and high-quality implementation of telemedicine in the province.


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  • Abdul Qadir Mirza

    Correct yourself, I as an administrator/ advisor to govt. Of Punjab and my team in 7 districts of Punjab through Mayo Hospital Lahore were providing online video conferencing Telemedicine services from year 2008 to 2014, until I left for USA. We treated more then 30000 patients in 14 specialities. The data produced also helped me to produce 19 international research papers. 5 days ago my 2 more papers were published in Brazil.


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