Provision of ‘Sehat Sahulat Card’ to every family a great gift, says Yasmin Rashid

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Provincial Health Minister Dr. Yasmin Rashid has stated that provision of Sehat Sahulat Card by Imran Khan to every family of Punjab is a great and historic gift. She stated this while addressing a meeting held at Punjab Health Initiative Management Company under the her chairmanship. Secretary Health Ali Jan Khan, Special Secretary Muhammad Usman, Head of Punjab Health Initiative Management Company Dr. Ali Razzaq and other officers participated in the meeting.

During the meeting, measures were reviewed to provide more facilities to the people of Punjab through Sehat Sahulat Card. Provincial Secretary Health Ali Jan Khan briefed Health Minister Dr. Yasmin Rashid during the meeting. She directed concerned officers to provide maximum facilities through Sehat Sahulat Card. Provincial Health Minister Dr. Yasmin Rashid has said on this occasion that the provision of sehat sahulat card by Imran Khan to every family of Punjab is a great and historic gift.

The people of Punjab can get free and excellent treatment facility worth Rs. 10 lacs from empanelled government and private hospitals through sehat sahulat card. She said that every family of Punjab is giving prayers to Imran Khan. Sehat Sahulat Card is the brain child of Imran Khan. Doctor Yasmin Rashid said that they will provide more facilities to the people of Punjab through Sehat Sa-hulat Card. Awareness counters have been activated in all the empanelled government and private hospi-tals of Punjab.

The provincial health minister further said that to get free treatment facility through the Sehat Sahulat card, you must register your address. Medical facilities are being continuously monitored in all public and private hospitals in empanelled from sehat sahulat card. More hospitals are being empanelled for sehat sahulat card for the convenience of the people of Punjab. Public can call 1033 to lodge feedback or complaints regarding sehat sahulat card service.

 

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