Sehat Kahani aims to democratize healthcare by building an all female health provider network to deliver quality healthcare solutions using tele-health, a phenomenon known to be the future of healthcare globally using 3 main business lines:
Dr. Sameeha Aleem graduated from Dow Medical College in 2009. She received her postgraduate training in Psychiatry from Civil Hospital and Aga Khan University Hospital in Karachi.
“I have worked with Sehat Kahani for a year and it has been a mutually beneficial experience. I have felt contented serving the remote community of Dadar as it has been my aspiration to reach out to less privileged areas of society and i am glad to be part of such a platform.”
Dr. Rabia Tufail is based in Quetta and graduated from Ziauddin Medical University Karachi in 2009 and did her post graduation from Baqai Medical University.
“I have been working with Sehat Kahani for over a year and the overall experience has been great. Sehat Kahani has been extremely cooperative and provides a friendly working environment with good patient response. The concept of providing basic health needs as well as creating awareness among the people through campaigns is much needed in many of our communities. “
“I am a graduate of Abbottabad Medical Women’s College have been working with Sehat Kahani since Dec 2016 initially for a 3 month contract which I have extended due to her enriching experience. I am an onsite doctor at the Mansehra clinic. I love making an impact in the communities that truly need the help. I believe with further improvements this project could pave the way for healthcare in Pakistan. “
“I’m a graduate from JMDC and did my internship and residency in Family medicine from AKUH. I took a break from my career because of my toddler and pregnancy and since then I am with Sehat Kahani. It has been extremely motivating and I am able to pursue my career and not compromise on my family. The CMEs by my organization keep us up to date, camps held by them give us an opportunity to see patients from various cities of Pakistan which I never thought I’d be able to. I have learnt a lot about tele-medicine and really appreciate the work that has been done for the less privileged people of our country. “
She has completed her MBBS from Dow University of Health Sciences in 2009 followed by FCPS Psychiatry from College of Physicians and Surgeons in 2016.She is currently working in Kharian Cantt, originally from Karachi.
“Being part of the Sehat Kahani team means I am able to pursue my career in psychiatry in a place where there are no major hospitals but more importantly connecting with needy patients in far flung areas where there are no consultants.”
She graduated in 2013 from Dow University of Health Science and started her training, shortly, as a Postgraduate in the Psychiatry Department. She is currently living in New Zealand.
“Working with Sehat Kahani has been a privilege and a pleasure at the same time. I had long wanted to continue to being able to consult after I halted my training. Sehat Kahani gave me the opportunity to keep doing that from home, so faraway from my country which I’m extremely grateful for.”
She has completed her MBBS from Dow Medical College in 2014.
“I have been working with Sehat Kahani for over 2 months, I am taking a break from my studies to look after my little one. Sehat Kahani provided the perfect platform to work from home. It’s been a wonderful opportunity to work for a new player in the healthcare sector with a unique vision. It’s been fulfilling to help the underprivileged patients in our country at a very economical fee. I look forward to working with Sehat Kahani.”
She has completed her MBBS from Dow Medical College (Dow University of Health Sciences) in 2015. Dr. Hafsa is currently in the process of completing USA licensure exams.
“Being a part of Sehat Kahani turned out to be a wonderful and worthwhile experience for me. It gave me the perfect platform where I can reach out and help those women and children in far off areas who are devoid of basic health needs. Provided with flexible working hours, I’m able to work from home staying in touch with my profession and simultaneously carry on with further studies.”
She has graduated from JMDC and then completed her residency training in OBGYN from Lady Dufferin hospital and currently studying for her postgraduate FCPS exam.
“I have been working for Sehat Kahani for a while now and it has been a wonderful experience. Sehat Kahani has given me the opportunity to stay in touch with my medical field while working from the comforts of my home and giving time to my kids. I also feel resourceful to reach out to so many of these underprivileged patients who strive for basic health needs. I’m glad to be a part of the cooperative and friendly team of Sehat Kahani.”
She has completed her MBBS from Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) Batch of 2015.
“I’ve been a part of Sehat Kahani for 3 months now and the journey so far has been amazing. Got to learn so much from the great Dr. Sara and Dr. Iffat who’ve become my source of inspiration now. The reason why I joined Sehat Kahani was I wanted to serve the community yet create a balance between my family and career. My son, who’s still a toddler, needed my attention as much as my patients did. Hence, I chose Sehat Kahani which allowed me to work from home and that too with flexible hours. I am really grateful to Sehat Kahani for giving me this platform where I can communicate with people who really needs us. Thankyou Sehat Kahani for making me a part of your superb kahani.”