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Non-profit Health Clinic Project and a Model for early detection of preventable diseases in developing countries. …

Non-profit Health Clinic Project and a Model for early detection of preventable diseases in developing countries.

Presentation by: Saad Amjad | amjads2@mcmaster.ca | 289–442-0682 | Hamilton | Canada

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  • 1. eHealth Clinic Non-profit Health Clinic Project and a Model for early detection of preventable diseases in developing countries Presentation by: Saad Amjad | amjads2@mcmaster.ca | 289–442-0682 | Hamilton | Canada
  • 2. ―I believe that if you show people the problems and you show them the solutions they will be moved to act‖ — Bill Gates
  • 3. Agenda 1. Intro 2. Mission statement and objective of the project 3. About us 4. Location 5. Current challenge 6. Our strategy and advantage 7. Plans & Drawings 8. Next steps 9. Why we need your support 10. Conclusion 11. Questions & final statements & Answers
  • 4. Mission Statement and Objectives The eHealth Clinic is a non-profit clinic that provides health care services free of cost or for a small fee to the elderly, children and women. eHealth plans to be the pioneer in early detection of preventable diseases and will be expanding in South Asian countries in 5 years time frame.  Setup and support a small modern and a model eHealth Clinic (2500 sqft) in rural part of Southern Punjab, District Jhang, Pakistan that saves the lives of hundred of elderly people, children and women who die every year from preventable diseases.  Provide a filtration plant to support at least 10 villages in neighbourhood.  Continue to supply medical consumables the facility from larger cities  To assist the transfer of patients to medical specialists.  To create awareness on preventable diseases- infection, viral hepatitis, malaria, diarrhea, dysentery, scabies, goiter, hepatitis and tuberculosis
  • 5. Founder Of eHealth Clinic  MUHAMMAD AMJAD M.Eng. P.Eng. Senior Energy and Power Sector Executive Engineering, Management, Operations & Business Development  BEng Electrical Engineering from (UET) University of Engineering & Technology in Lahore  Masters in Engineering & Entrepreneurship at McMaster University, studied in USA, Sweden & Pakistan  Part of (PEO) Professional Engineers of Ontario  Supervised a large number of energy and power projects with capital outlay of US$40 million to US$ 1.8 billion with multinational financial institutions
  • 6. Project Manager  Saad Amjad BEng Candidate, studying Electrical Engineering at McMaster University, expected graduation 2016  Interest in sustainable architecture, renewable energy and project management  Leisure Activities include mountain biking, running, soccer, hiking, 3d design projects and TED talks  Recipient of Saints Whitby Scholarship for Community leadership in a successful offshore fundraising project  Recipient of Olive Tree Foundation Youth Action scholarship 2012 for community involvement in Pakistan floods 2010
  • 7. Our Previous Efforts In 2010, we mobilized our friends and families and provided and gathered resources to help southern Punjab and distributed food, medical supplies and other essentials and were able to help hard to reach parts – villages that don't have access to clean water and doctors.
  • 8. The Location  16km on main road Toba Tek Singh in Jhang, Pakistan near Hasan Shah  Population: 3.5 million  Plot Size: 13 acre land  260 Km from Lahore  Next to nearby villages and a radio tower  Next to PTCL exchange & PSO gas station  Nearby Cities: Jhang, Chiniot, Lalian, Atharan Hazari, Mandi Shah Jewana, Shah Jewana, Bhowana, Shor Kot, Ahmadpur Sial, Gharmahraja.  Local Language: Panjabi 87%, Urdu 11% and Other 2%  Head Trummu, Shorkot Ruins, Maai Heer Tomb  Temperature: Summer high : 38.2 Celsius to Winter low : 4.5
  • 9. Dr Abdus Salam 1926 - 1996  Jhang is the birthplace of famous noble laureate Mohammad Abdus Salam  was a theoretical physicist who, when he shared the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to electroweak unification  became the first and only Pakistani to receive a Nobel Prize and also the first Muslim to win a Nobel Prize in science  Known for : Electroweak theory · Goldstone boson · Grand Unified Theory · Higgs mechanism · Magnetic photon · Neutral current · Pati-Salam model · Quantum mechanics · Pakistan atomic research program · Pakistan space program · Preon · Standard Model · Strong gravity · Superfield · W and Z bosons
  • 10. Project Location GPS : 31.07N,72.32E
  • 11. Location of Health Clinic Top View
  • 12. Current Global Challenge According to WHO, a lack of access to energy services dramatically affects and undermines health, limits opportunities for education and development, and can reduce a family's potential to rise up out of poverty. 1.6 B people without electricity 1B people without reliable grid 2.4 B people use biomass fuel
  • 13. Current Local Challenge  Nearby villages do not have access to a medical clinic and have a hard time traveling to the city to receive medical care  No filtered water stations in the area  Need for basic medicine and medical equipment to prevent easily curable infections/ diseases According to Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) One child dies every minute from EPI (expanded program on immunisation diseases), diarrhea and acute respiratory infection (ARI).
  • 14. Our Strategy & Advantage – Investments  Investment in 13 acres of land  Investment in local road  Investment in trees , gardens and agriculture  Investment in solar power technology infrastructure, producing off grid power  Investment in deep well pump run on solar  Investment in first stage of building  Investment in basic medicines to start health clinic and treatment of the elderly Current investment in the project, not including land is approx.: $80,000
  • 15. Our Strategy & Advantage – Advantages  Strong engineering background and knowledge of various systems  Knowledge of the culture, language and social heritage of Pakistan  Knowledge of government and various agencies across Canada, Pakistan, United States, Dubai and Saudi Arabia  Strong ties with doctors, nurses and professionals willing to volunteer  Strong ties with various non profit organizations willing to help  Current employees running the clinic and managing property  Someone you can trust to deliver funds and maintains operations
  • 16. Underground Solar Water Pump Solar Street Lights Local Road 3D Drawings
  • 17. Water Storage Tank Solar Array Solar Water Heater 3D Drawings
  • 18. Wheel chair friendly washroom Partitioning Free treatment for elderly Seating arrangement Electronic Medical Equipment 3D Drawings Doctors office / clerk Qualified Doctor
  • 19. 2011 2012 2013 Progress Until Now
  • 20. Next Steps  Provide a water filtration plant to support at least 10 villages in neighbourhood.  Continue to supply medical consumables the facility from larger cities  To assist the transfer of patients to medical specialists.  To create awareness on preventable diseases- infection, viral hepatitis, malaria, diarrhea, dysentery, scabies, goiter, hepatitis and tuberculosis  Setup and support a small modern and a model eHealth Clinic (2500 sqft) in rural part of Southern Punjab, District Jhang, Pakistan that saves the lives of hundred of elderly people, children and women who die every year from preventable diseases.
  • 21. Financials Highlights of eHealth clinic Our Contribution Capital Expenditures Qty Land Cost 1 Kanal (4500 sqft) Building Structural Cost (Sqft) Unit Price in Pak Rs Total in Pak Rs Total in US$ 1 1500000 1500000 15,306 2500 1,150 2,875,000 29,337 450 1,250 562,500 5,740 2 90,000 180,000 1,837 1 75,000 75,000 765 1 50,000 50,000 510 1 2,000,000 2,000,000 20,408 1 50,000 50,000 510 1 75,000 75,000 765 1 75,000 75,000 765 1 500,000 500,000 5,102 6,442,500 81,046 Building Access Road (ft) Submersible Cost Labour Cost on pump (lump sump) Paints and finsihes 5kW Solar System Hybrid with Battery storage Plumbing and Water Storage Gas/CNG Generator Electrical Wiring Misc Expenses on Fuel and Labour Total
  • 22. Financials Highlights of eHealth clinic Medical Equipment Requirements Clinic Equipment Qty Heart rate monitor Unit Price Pak Rs Pak Rs $US 10 Commercial Flooring per sqft 12000 120000 1,224 2500 350 875000 8,929 Medical Beds 5 75000 375000 3,827 Medical Carts 5 45000 225000 2,296 Glucose Meters Blood pressure monitor 5 3000 15000 153 5 7500 37500 383 Medical Refrigerator 2 45000 90000 918 Basic Surgical Equipment (sets) 10 25000 250000 2,551 Sterilization Unit 3 100000 300000 3,061 Wheel Chair 5 25000 125000 1,276 Computers 2 50000 100000 1,020 Water Filtration Plant- Medium Sized 1 150000 150000 1,531 Doctors tables 4 20000 80000 816 Doctors chair 4 7500 30000 306 Patient waiting area furniture 1 175000 175000 1,786 Medical Lighting 2 30000 60000 612 Telephone/Internet 1 20000 20000 204 Air-conditioning Unit 2 75000 150000 1,531 Fans 7 10000 70000 714 Signs and Advertising 5 75000 375000 3,827 1 1500000 1500000 15,306 5122500 52,270 Medical Van Total
  • 23. Financials Highlights of eHealth clinic Monthly Operating Budget Operating Budget Qty Rent Unit Price Pak Rs Pak Rs $US 1 0 0 0 Doctors - Basic Expense 2 30,000 60,000 612 Nurses salary per month 2 25,000 50,000 510 Physician Assistants 1 15,000 15,000 153 Driver 1 12,000 12,000 122 Permanent Employee 1 10,000 10,000 102 Cleaning Staff 2 7,000 14,000 143 Disposable Supplies 1 20,000 20,000 204 Utility Bills 1 10,000 10,000 102 Estimated Fuel Budget 1 10,000 10,000 102 Misc 1 10,000 10,000 102 211,000 2,153 Total
  • 24. We Need Your Help  So we can help others together  To promote an ongoing source of donation  To use this as a learning opportunity  To take this project to a another level by expanding  To see real time monthly/yearly progress  To share this presentation with others  To allow other organizations to also come on board with local operation costs  To use your education and make a real impact locally and globally  To share the vision with other student bodies, professional's and organizations
  • 25. The Future Of Health Care  This project is a means on inspiration for students and professionals in health care , engineering, software, life sciences to introduce an open source state of the art health care system for various parts of the globe  An example include the OSCAR EMR , open source electronic medical records developed at McMaster University  To continue the ongoing empowerment and motivation, to do good for others, to innovate and help improve peoples lives
  • 26. Thank You
  • 27. Questions & Comments? Presentation by: Saad Amjad | amjads2@mcmaster.ca | Cell: 289–442-0682 | Hamilton | Canada | Fax: 1-888-371-1939

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