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 The first primary health care medical centre was established on January 4, 1999 in the vicinity of Dhok Choudhrian, Rawalpindi. A philanthropist provided a newly constructed building free for this purpose. The Medical centre functioned at this location for three years, and fully established its credibility amongst the poor people. During this period 148,590 patients were treated mostly free of cost; of these 80% were women and children. After which it moved to its own building in Chaklala Scheme III. The construction of this building commenced on 31st March 2001 and was completed by October 2002.


In 2004, AL Mustafa Trust decided to develop medical facilities in rural

areas depending on availability of financial resources. Accordingly, a

policy was approved which envisaged close cooperation with the

inhabitants of the rural areas where the centres were to be established.

According to this policy, the local community is to provide land and

construct a building according to the Trust's design. The community

also provides Management Committee while the trust provides medical

officers, Para medical staff and their salaries, medical equipment,

medicines, ambulances, furniture/fixtures and recurring expenses with

overall supervision.