Providing better health facilities to people first priorities: Secy health

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Secretary Health Punjab Dr. Ahmed Javed Qazi paid a detailed visit to General Hospital Lahore.

On this occasion, Special Secretary Development Department of Specialized Health Care and Medical Education Syed Wajid Ali Shah, Special Secretary Operations Shoaib Jadoon, Additional Secretary Procurement Khalid Parvaiz, Chief Planning Officer Abdul Haq Bhatti, Director Licensing Punjab Health Care Commission Dr. Anwar Janjua, the members of procurement cell and inspection team were also accompanied by the health secretary. Principal Amir ud din Medical College and Post Graduate Medical College Prof. Sardar Al Farid Zafar and MS General Hospital Dr. Khalid bin Aslam informed the provincial health secretary Dr. Ahmed Javed Qazi about the details of the medical facilities provided to the patients. Punjab Health Secretary Dr. Ahmad Javed Qazi visited the emergency department, pulmonology, allied health school, store rooms and other departments in Lahore General Hospital and reviewed the other medical facilities provided to the patients including medicines. He also visited the patients.

He also visited the Institute of Neurosciences. Secretary Health Punjab Dr. Ahmed Javed Qazi also issued instructions to immediately appoint the new principal of the Allied Health School attached to the General Hospital. Special Secretary Development Syed Wajid Ali Shah also gave a presentation regarding the treatment of patients during the meeting at the Institute of Neurosciences.

Provincial Health Secretary Dr. Ahmed Javed Qazi in his address to the audience at the Institute of Neurosciences said that the medical facilities provided to patients are being reviewed in detail by visiting various government teaching hospitals of Punjab.

We are trying to improve the services in emergencies of government teaching hospitals across the province.

All treatment protocols should be followed in the treatment of patients in government hospitals.

We are trying to ensure safe treatment of patients in government hospitals and to meet the shortage of doctors in government teaching hospitals of Punjab.

Advertisements are also being given in newspapers on a daily basis for the recruitment of additional health care staff.