Sindh Police Hospital to be upgraded for improved services to personnel

Health Jan, 18 2023
Sindh Police Hospital to be upgraded for improved services to personnel
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Karachi: DIG Security and Emergency Services Division Dr. Maqsood Ahmed has been tasked by IGP Sindh Ghulam Nabi Memon to improve and upgrade existing facilities and services of Sindh Police Hospital Garden.

DIG Dr. Maqsood alongwith CPLC Chief Muhammad Zubair Habib and senior officers of SSU visited Indus Hospital where they were welcomed by President Indus Hospital and Health Network Dr. Abdul Bari Khan.

DIG Security visited different sections of hospital and was briefed by Dr. Abdul Bari Khan regarding administrative measures and facilities being provided to people.

DIG said that they are improving services of Sindh Police Hospital in coordination with Indus Hospital which would bring massive change in medical services of Sindh Police Hospital.

Dr. Maqsood applauded endeavours of leadership of Indus Hospital to offer free medical services for needy people and said that Indus Hospital is great example of serving humanity as per high standard, even poor man is treated likewise VVIP person in hospital.  DIG Security also met with patients, enquired about their health and shared their views.

Published in The Daily National Courier, January, 19 2023

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