The concept of Novel Hybrid System of Telemedicine (NHST) was put to test as a pilot study in 2015. The study was carried out in the villages of Mawa Rarrah in District Mirpur, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. The analysis of the data was overwhelmingly positive and later in the same year we went into a service mode in the same villages covering a population of approximately 10,000 inhabitants.

The need of health care services from the communities in nearby villages made us extend our services. In 2018 our second centre in villages of Chakswari started operating.

This centre is purpose built with increased diagnostic and treatment facilities as well as a well equipped pharmacy. The model is designed to generate funds and donations from the local community to be recycled into the charity and to cover some of the costs of free treatment, investigations and medicines that is provided to all deserving patients to sustain and scale up the services. Through this centre, we cover a population of over 100,000 inhabitants.