Shehbaz Sharif opens revamped DHQ Hospital Narowal

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APP32-25 NAROWAL: May 25 - CM Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif is inaugurating Karwan-E- Sehat Unit at District Headquarters Hospital Narowal. APP photo by Munir Butt

LAHORE, May 25 (APP):Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad
Shehbaz Sharif on Friday inaugurated the revamped DHQ Hospital
Narowal, which had been done at a cost of Rs 760 million.
The evening facility of OPD had also been made available
in the hospital.
He inaugurated new emergency block, hepatitis filter
clinic and CT-Scan machine there. The hepatitis filter clinic
has been constructed with Rs 30 million and important sections
had been added to this 300-bed hospital.
The chief minister also inaugurated mobile health units
for Narowal and Sialkot districts and handed over the keys to
the deputy commissioners concerned.
He visited various sections of the hospital and inquired
after the health of the patients. He said due to holistic
healthcare reforms, same medicines were provided to the
ordinary patients which were accessible to elite of the
society adding that ordinary people hade equal rights over
quality healthcare facilities.
Later, talking to media, the chief minister said mega
healthcare projects had been completed by the government
for improving the standards of medical facilities. He said DHQ
Hospital Narowal had been revamped and its capacity had been
increased to 300-beds. “Mobile hospitals have also been
provided to Narowal and Sialkot districts to provide quality
healthcare facilities to the people living in remote areas,”
he added.
He said latest machinery had been installed in various
DHQ hospitals. He said, the unholy alliance of the local mafia
had also been broken and no one would ever dare to pressurize
the patients to get their CT-scans done from outside by making
lame excuses.
Shehbaz Sharif maintained that aong with the latest
facility of PKLI in Lahore, a network of hepatitis filter
clinics had been spread across the province to provide free
treatment and medicines to the patients.
The chief minister said Imran Sahib had failed to set up
any quality medical university, state-of-the-art pathology
lab, new colleges or hospitals in KPK.
He said power projects had been installed in Punjab
province but their electricity was being provided to the whole
of the country.
He said Zardari Sahib had gone to Dubai now-a-days. “I
pray he may return back soon to take part in the elections and
enjoy the public reception.
He further said DHQ Hospital Narowal had been developed
as a wonderful healthcare institution which could be compared
with any hospital of Turkey and Malaysia.