Govt enlists assist of personal hospitals to deal with inflow of dengue sufferers

ISLAMABAD: Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Well being Dr Zafar Mirza on Saturday enlisted the assistance of personal hospitals to take care of dengue outbreak within the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

Chairing a gathering of personal medical services’ representatives and homeowners, he stated the present state of affairs of dengue outbreak within the nation has put extra burden on the already strained public sector hospitals.

He requested the non-public sector hospitals to assist the federal government in tackling the emergency-like state of affairs stemming from the unfold of the mosquito borne-disease as a way to present aid to the widespread man.

The individuals of the assembly appreciated the federal government’s efforts to offer high quality healthcare services to the individuals.

They provided to increase full help to the federal government in coping with this case and guaranteed that they and their hospitals would accommodate indoor sufferers that are unable to get remedy at authorities hospitals.

In addition they provided a required variety of beds of their services for remedy of dengue sufferers.

Dr Mirza lauded the dedication made by the non-public sector hospitals and directed his group to right away develop a mechanism for coordination between the federal government and personal hospitals.

A system could be put in place by means of which extra /overflow sufferers could be offered indoor remedy within the non-public sector healthcare services with none price to be borne by sufferers.

Dr Zafar Mirza additionally assured that this public-private partnership shall be taken to the following degree the place companies could be offered to the lots, each by private and non-private sector healthcare services in order that the poor gained’t must face monetary constraints.



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