CM reviews pace of work on 100-bed hospital in Manawan

LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif Sunday chaired a high-level meeting which reviewed progress on the under-construction 100-bed hospital in Manawan.

Presiding over the meeting, the chief minister said that the provision of best medical facilities was top priority of the government. “The projects for providing modern and quality medical services are being continued on a fast track, while state-of-the-art hospitals have been established in different cities of the province,” he said.

He said that Recep Tayyip Erdogan Hospital in Muzaffargarh was providing quality medical facilities to patients and the Punjab government was working on the extension project of the hospital.

Shahbaz said the hospital in Manawan would provide best medical facilities to the residents of the locality. “The hospital would be of high standards as far as construction and medical facilities and services are concerned.”

The chief minister directed officials concerned to select best doctors, nurses and other paramedical staff for the hospital. “The hospital is a gift by Punjab government to the masses of the locality,” he added.

Indus Hospital Regional Board Chairman Mian Muhammad Ahsan, Indus Hospital Chief Executive Officer Dr Abdul Bari, Talha Barki, Primary and Secondary Healthcare secretary and other relevant authorities attended the meeting.




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