Salman visits HFH’s dengue ward

Rawalpindi—Advisor to Punjab Chief Minister on Health Khawja Salman Rafiq on Wednesday visited the dengue ward set up in Holy Family Hospital (HFH). Advisor to CM on Dengue Dr Waseem Akram, Principal Allied Hospitals Dr Umer, Medical Superintendent Dr Shafique Sarwar and others accompanied the advisor, who met patients admitted in the ward.
Khawaja Salman interacted with dengue-affected patients and inquired about treatment and other facilities being provided to them at the allied hospital. Majority of the patients expressed satisfaction on the treatment and medical care being provided to them. The Advisor was also briefed about the prevailing situation regarding dengue fever and treatment in the three allied hospitals of the town.
The advisor asked HFH administration to provide maximum possible facilities to dengue fever suspects and patients reaching hospitals as Punjab government has provided latest equipment to ensure proper treatment of those admitted. He said officials should themselves visit the dengue-affected areas and review the quality of medical facilities being provided to the patients in hospitals.—APP

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