The Al Noor Medical Centre provides a plethora of free medical services – some of which are summarised below:

Free Ambulance Transport Service:

We provide a free transport service in the area of Walton, to assist those who cannot make it to and from our centre. These include the elderly and the extremely sick. This is a free service which is safe, effective and flexible.

Doctor on Call:

Al Noor pledges to provide medical assistance in a way that is convenient to all. We have a doctor on standby for those who seek medical attention at home and are unable to visit the centre.

Female Gynecologist:

As part of our medical team we have expanded to now include a fully qualified female doctor gynaecologist for women and children to visit.

Her services include:

  • Ultra sound facilities
  • Screening services

Family planning centre:

In order to support families who are facing difficulties or lack of education in this regard, we provide free help and advice service on family planning and contraception.

Laboratory:

We provide a lab for the purposes of blood testing in order to detect blood-based diseases and other medical conditions. We are currently working on screening for Hepatitis C and aim to be able to screen all form of Hepatitis. Al Noor provides this service completely free of charge.

New initiatives:

Al Noor Food Programme:

During Ramadan this year we were able to successfully donate a month’s supply of food ration packs to the poor, the needy and widows in the region. We hope, with your continued support, to continue to deliver this initiative on an annual basis every Ramadan.

May Allah reward everyone who contributes to this good cause – Ameen.

Education:

Al Noor Medical Trust identifies the lack of education as a barrier to wellbeing and therefore has begun to assist families with funds to pay for school fees, school books and materials.

Future Projects:

We are currently working on plans to deliver a Dialysis centre. We will keep you updated about its progress and how you can get involved. If anyone is interested in supporting this initiative directly – please do get in touch.