Nepal Orthopedics Hospital/File Photo
KATHMANDU: The Nepal Orthopedics Hospital in Jorpati, Kathmandu, has received 50 pieces of blankets to assist in the medical care of economically poor and underprivileged patients visiting the hospital for treatment.
Dr Rajesh Rajbhandari and Hope Worldwide handed over those blankets to the hospital’s Acting Director of Dr Kailash Bhandari.
The hospital said that those blankets would be used for the cause of economically poor and underprivileged patients coming to the hospital for their treatment.
The Nepal Orthopedics Hospital is a not-for-profit organization and was established in 1998 as a chartable venture from Khagendra Navajiban Kendra and Rotary International.
The hospital has been providing trauma and super specialty services for the patients.