A state-of-the-Art 40-bed new emergency block at Tehsil Headquarters Hospital Tandlianwala, completed at a cost of Rs140 million, started functioning.
Faisalabad Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali visited the THQ hospital and inaugurated the newly-constructed emergency building.
Assistant Commissioner Tandlianwala Numan Ali and hospital management were also present on the occasion.
The DC visited the new emergency building and reviewed the available medical facilities and said that earlier, there was a shortage of emergency beds in the hospital, which has been expanded.
He also visited the Corona Vaccination Center at the hospital and reviewed the process of vaccine administration to the elderly people.
He also spoke to the senior citizens and said that corona is spreading and precautionary measures were utmost necessary to adopt for save the virus. He also called for speeding up the process of vaccination.
The DC also inspected other departments of the THQ Hospital and appreciating the situation of cleaning besides best administrative and medical management.
The AC apprised the DC of the medical facilities available in the New Emergency Building and informed that the monitoring process of the hospital was going on regularly.