UOL, Jinnah Hospital Kabul sign MoU to improve hospital condition


KABUL, Jun 14 (NNI): Today, University of Lahore and Muhammad Ali Jinnah Hospital in Kabul signed Letter of Understanding for assisting running of the hospital and improving hospital’s operations to provide quality medical treatment to the Afghan citizens.

According to the press release, a simple ceremony held at Jinnah Hospital in Kabul was attended by Afghan Acting Minister of Public Health, visiting team of doctors from University of Lahore, Ambassador of Pakistan, senior Embassy officials and hospital administration in the presence of media.

The University of Lahore has also started a process of distribution of monthly salaries to the hospital staff.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah Hospital, a state of the art 200-bed health facility with modern equipment located in Kabul, is one of the three hospitals built by Pakistan as a gift by the Government and people of Pakistan to the Afghan people.

The other two hospitals include Naib Aminullah Khan Logari Hospital in Logar and Nishtar Kidney centre Jalalabad.

Speaking on this occasion, Afghan Minister of Public Health Dr. Qalander Ebad thanked Pakistan and the University of Lahore for this timely assistance which would go a long way in helping the hospital in providing much-needed medical treatment to the people of Afghanistan.

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