Commissioner inspects IDC’s lab services for workers

IDC's lab
ISLAMABAD, Apr 3 (APP): The Commissioner of Islamabad Employees Social Security Institution (IESSI) Rabia Aurangzeb accompanied by the medical advisors on Wednesday conducted an inspection of the lab services provided by Islamabad Diagnostic Centre (IDC) to its registered workers.
Commissioner inspects IDC's lab services for workers
During the visit, various aspects of the laboratory procedures were discussed, aiming to ensure quality services for the beneficiaries, said the Public Relation Officer of Chief Commissioner office Nouman Nazim here.
Commissioner inspects IDC's lab services for workers
Following the directives from the Chief Commissioner Islamabad, Capt (r) Anwar-ul-Haq, the purpose of the visit was to assess the efficiency and quality of services provided to the registered workers under the Islamabad Employees Social Security Institution (IESSI).
During the inspection, key personnel from Islamabad Diagnostic Centre, including the laboratory manager and pathologist, provided a detailed briefing to the Commissioner and the medical advisors.
Commissioner inspects IDC's lab services for workers
They outlined the procedures for conducting laboratory tests in adherence to international standards, utilizing cutting-edge equipment and technologies.
On the occasion, the Commissioner expressed satisfaction with the provision of healthcare facilities by IESSI. However, recognizing the importance of accessibility and convenience for the beneficiaries, it was decided that a collection point would be established at the IESSI office in the future.
Commissioner inspects IDC's lab services for workers
This initiative aims to streamline the process and provide additional services to the social workers, ensuring their healthcare needs are efficiently met.
Commissioner inspects IDC's lab services for workers
The visit emphasized the significance of ensuring quality healthcare services for the registered workers of IESSI. By engaging directly with the service providers, Commissioner IESSI and the medical advisors demonstrated their commitment to improving the healthcare infrastructure and accessibility for the beneficiaries.
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