Rs7bn allotted for bettering healthcare services in Peshawar’s hospitals

PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities allotted over Rs7 bn for enhancing healthcare services in main public sector hospitals of Peshawar.

In accordance with a spokesman of well being division, the quantity will likely be spent on bettering services at Peshawar Institute of Cardiology, Khyber Instructing Hospital, Hayatabad Medical Advanced, Girl Studying Hospital and Institute of Kidney Illnesses Peshawar.

He additional mentioned that Sehat Sahulat programme will likely be prolonged to the whole province to supply free medical remedy to public.

Learn Extra: Shaukat Khanum-like system to be launched in public hospitals: PM Imran

Earlier on Could 11, paying tribute to the staffers of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital (SKMH) over their companies, administration and conduct to sufferers, Prime Minister Imran Khan had vowed to introduce SKMH-like system in public hospitals throughout the nation.

Addressing an Iftar dinner and fund elevating ceremony at SKMH in Lahore, PM Imran had introduced to enhance the usual of public hospitals at par with non-public hospitals.

He had mentioned, “Until authorities hospitals are improved individuals can’t avail higher healthcare services.”

The prime minister had mentioned that no system on the planet might work with out punishment and reward and reiterated the federal government’s dedication to enhance public well being establishments by implementing reward and punishment system and hiring higher certified well being professionals.



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