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LGH Administration selects 85 doctors including 76 lady medical officers

Lahore : General Hospital Administration has selected 85 doctors, including 76 lady medical officers against the vacancies of house officers. The selected doctors will assume their responsibilities today on 1st July, 2017. Principal PGMI, LGH Dr. Ghias ul Nabi Tayyab said that new house physicians and surgeons have been selected purely on ... Read More »

Air Chief Sohail Aman inquires after the burnt of Ahmadpur Sharqia

Lahore : Chief of the Air Staff , Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman has visited Jinnah Hospital to inquire after the  people who were burnt in Ahmadpur Sharqia fire tragedy. The air chief visited burn unit and inspect the medical treatment standard ,he prayed for the early recovery of the victims ... Read More »

Tajamul Foundation to construct a new building in Mayo Hospital

Lahore : Construction of new building of North Medical Ward of Mayo Hospital would start immediate after Eid holidays. It would be a state-of-the-art modern building at the site of the old building which was declared dilapidated and vacated from the patients in 2008. The total expenditure of the project ... Read More »

Monsoon causing eye diseases among children: Al-Shifa Trust

Lahore : Eye infections become very common during the season of monsoon especially hitting children and resulting in serious problems due to lack of healthcare facilities and low level of awareness, a leading eye care professional said. Parents and teachers should keep an eye on signs of vision problems among ... Read More »

CM visit to District Headquarters Hospital, Kasur

Lahore : Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif paid a surprise visit to District Headquarters Hospital, Kasur without any protocol. He reached to the DHQ Hospital, Kasur by road without any prior information. There were only two vehicles along with him. Kasur administration remained totally unaware of this surprise visit ... Read More »

premature babies at high risk of eye disorders

Lahore : More than eighty percent of premature babies who weigh less than 1.5 kilograms at the time of birth have a high risk of developing the disorganized growth of retinal blood vessels which can cause vision problems including permanent blindness, a leading eye-care hospital said Sunday. Babies born prematurely, ... Read More »

Kh Imran distributes cash reward among citizens on giving info about spurious drugs

Lahore : Kh. Imran Nazir has said that Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has announced cash awards for common citizens on helping to eradicate manufacturing substandard and spurious drugs  from the province . He said that people can give information through telephone call on helpline 080099000 regarding such manufacturing units. He stated this ... Read More »

Shahbaz Sharif constitutes medical board to treat the ailing kids

Lahore : Three siblings of a Johar Town family who have been suffering from some complicated disease called on Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, here today along with their parents. The Children included 19 years old Nida Shahid, 17 years Ahmed Zubair and 12 year Aiman Shahid. The Chief ... Read More »

Development schemes funds should be used in a transparent way : Ali Jan Khan

Lahore : Secretary Primary and Secondary Health Punjab Ali Jan Khan has directed all the Chief Executive Officers of District Health Authorities to clear all cheques of procurements including medicines purchase by 20th June. He directed that efficient use of funds of development schemes must be ensured in transparent way and ... Read More »

Lack of facilities, awareness main causes behind blindness

Lahore : Over nine hundred thousand people were benefitted from our services of during the last one year but a lot is yet to be done, a leading eye care hospital announced. In last one year, we conducted forty thousand operations, three hundred and fifty thousand patients were treated while ... Read More »

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