Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has stated that provision of quality healthcare and education to the public is the top priority of the incumbent government. Addressing a function in Post Graduate Medical Institute in Peshawar on Monday he said efforts are underway to upgrade all the DHQs according to modern era besides improving Regional, Basic Health Units to enable it to provide services to the public round the clock. Mahmood Khan said the government is establishing big hospitals in four regions of the province to reduce the influx of patients on major hospitals.
Chief Minister Mahmood Khan visited the Post Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) here on Monday. The Chief Minister was accompanied by Cabinet members, Taimur Saleem Jhagra, Kamran Bangash and Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif.
On the occasion, the Chief Minister inaugurated the newly established Clinical Skills Lab at the Post Graduate Medical Institute. The CM was told this state-of-the-art lab was established with an estimated cost of Rs 370 million.