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Arif Nadeem leftes for Multan to review routine immunization of children in the districts of south Punjab.

Lahore: On the instructions of Chief Minister Punjab, Secretary Health Arif Nadeem has left for Multan to review routine immunization of children in the districts of south Punjab. Secretary Health will also visit Bahawalpur and DG Khan and review immunization of children and pregnant women under EPI. Secretary Health said ... Read More »

YDA protest against decision of acting VC of KEMU to shift girls in boys hostel

Lahore: Scores of students and doctors of King Edward Medical University protested and blocked Hall Road Chowk against the illegal decision of acting VC of KEMU to shift girls in boys hostel and appealed to the Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif to appoint a regular vice chancellor at the institution ... Read More »

PGMI Nursing school issued its second merit list

Lahore: General Hospital‘s Nursing school has issued its second merit list for the admission of three years nursing course. As per second merit list 40 FSc passed applicants could qualify for this course. No metric pass candidate was declared eligible for the admission even in the second merit list too. ... Read More »

UK delegation satisfied over PHD performance

Lahore: Member House of Commons of Britain, and head of UK International Development Committee Sir Malcolm Bruce has expressed satisfaction over the efforts and steps of Punjab government for betterment of health sector, controlling mortality of mother and child, improving polio vaccination coverage and controlling worst dengue virus, within a ... Read More »

KEMU to spend 1.5 million on musical night

Lahore: King Edward Medical University needs 15 lac rupees for their galaa dinner and musical night to be held at their 32 annual scientific symposium to be held on 19 to 22 December 2012 , as the Govt of Punjab had directed last year that funds from public exchequer may ... Read More »

Powerful elements are trying to involve doctors in drugs re-action case:PMA

Lahore: Office Bearers of PMA Lahore Dr. Muhammad Tanveer Anwar, Dr. Izhar Ahmad Ch., Dr. Shahid Malik, Dr. Kamran, Dr. Ihsan ur Rehman and Dr. Salman Kazmi issued a unimimous press statement that some peowerful elements are trying to get point scoring by involving three innocent doctors in drugs re-action ... Read More »

Rescue 1122 responded to 33242 emergencies during November

Lahore: The Punjab Emergency Service (Rescue 1122) has responded to 33242 emergencies of different natures and rescued 45878 victims during the month of November, 2012. While carrying out the monthly performance review, the Director General, Punjab Emergency Service Dr. Rizwan Naseer said that a comprehensive strategy should be adopted to ... Read More »

CM approves conveyance allowance of Punjab government officials

Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has approved revision of conveyance allowance of Punjab government officers and officials from grade 1 to 19 with effect from July 2012. Directions in this regard have been issued to Finance Department and an annual expenditure of over Rs.12 billion will be borne ... Read More »

Medical Teachers show their concern over transfers on a large scale

Lahore: An emergency meeting of Medical Teachers Association was held at Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore to express the grave concern of Medical Teachers over the recent en-masse transfers of large number of medical teachers from well established tertiary care Centres in Lahore like Jinnah Hospital, Mayo Hospital and Ganga ... Read More »

Corruption is as dangerous as AIDs:Kh Salman Rafique

Lahore: Special Assistant to Chief Minister on Health Khawaja Salman Rafique has said that like the virus of AIDs, elimination of menace of corruption is also essential. He said that negligence in performance of duty is big corruption than financial corruption and joint struggle of government, civil society and media ... Read More »

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