For the sake of the less fortunate, Dr. Hassan donated his 3 story home to be turned into a clinic. Accordingly, he assigned a team of staff members from the faculty of medicine to volunteer to diagnose, prescribe, and operate on patients pro bono.
A lot of effort was invested into the optimization of the operational capacity of governmental hospitals
Structurally repairing The maternity hospital:
The Maternity hospital was founded in 1925, specializing in curing diseases and doing surgeries for obstetrics, gynecology and newborn children.
Supplying highly needed equipment to Nariman hospital – the only governmental orthopedic hospital in Alexandria:
Nariman Hospital was established in 1886, the hospital was built by the German community who named it Borussia. In the wake of World War II, the hospital was called “The Anglo-Swiss Hospital”, and then was called “The Princess Fawzia Hospital”. When the Farouk I University was established in 1948, the hospital was purchased and again was named in 1950 the name “Nariman Hospital” came after the marriage of King Farouk the first and Queen Nariman. After the 1952 revolution, it was renamed to “The Hadara University Hospital”, having a huge capacity of 400 beds. Currently the hospital has three departments: two for Orthopedic Surgery and one for the neurological and psychological. In 1987, the hospital was renovated entirely by voluntary contributions from some donors, and increased operating rooms that were furnished with modern machines and wake rooms and intensive care unit.
Re-construction of Farouk Ophthalmology hospital:
The reconstruction of a historical 100 years old building, after working at only 10% of its capacity due to structural defects.
The most recent proud accomplishment of Pharco was opening a medical convoy in Alexandria university hospital, after the project was put on hold due to lack of funding for 16 years. Pharco was determined to complete the project and after the building process was done, they supplied it with some necessary equipment, and today the convoy serves two million patients yearly from Alexandria and any nearby governorates.
EL MERY hospital, EL SHATBY hospital, the hospital of (ALYOOM ALWAHED), BKOUS clinics, AL HADARA hospital, student’s hospital of sporting, the health insurance in Borg el Arab clinic, EL AMREYA hospital and Borg el Arab hospital – are all examples of hospitals Pharco contributed in their preparations.
Year after year, winning first place and qualifying, Pharco football team is one step away from reaching “EL Dawry El Momtaz”, the number one football league in Egypt.
Pharco is the main sponsor for El-Etihad club for about 20 years
Pharco sponsored the football team of El-Etihad club for one year in 2013.
Pharco is a consistent sponsor for championships and players.
Sponsored world no.1 Mohamed El Shorbagy “El Maestro”. Currently sponsoring the extremely popular worldwide Ramy Ashour “The Artist”. Sponsored a global campaign to support Squash’s bid to enter the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Pharco believes in the great value of education, and that’s why Pharco built schools in Borg Al Arab, Alexandria and restored schools collapsed by the 1992 earthquake. To encourage students to give back to their community, Pharco donated to the Science Park, a state of the art research facility in Alexandria University (Faculty of Pharmacy).
Pharco contributed in different achievements with Rotary and El Helal El Ahmar.
Monthly meals to families and feeding primary school students in different places.
Giving school students 72 million capsules of Firozink – capsules for anemia treatment that was not available in pharmacies but was done especially for school students.
After doing a detailed research, a monthly aid was given to chosen poor families.
Giving monthly aids for poor families and these families are chosen due to the specialist research of their situation.
Giving 140,000 blankets every year.
Contributing in various marriage and delivery cases.