Pak­istan Army in­tro­duces mo­bile hospi­tal

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

LA­HORE—Pak­istan Army has in­tro­duced a new fa­cil­ity of mo­bile hospi­tal in La­hore Gar­ri­son to cater for the health needs of the cantt res­i­dents at their doorstep.

The cus­tom built mo­bile dis­pen­sary has been de­vel­oped as part of health out reach con­ve­nience pro­gram of Com­bined Mil­i­tary Hospi­tal (CMH) La­hore. The rov­ing hospi­tal com­prises a four wheeler with mul­ti­ple med­i­cal fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing both male and fe­male Army doc­tors, lab­o­ra­tory, phar­macy and an op­er­a­tion the­atre for mi­nor cases.

The mo­bile hospi­tal will visit var­i­ous cantt colonies on weekly ba­sis to pro­vide on spot med­i­cal sup­port. This wel­fare project is yet an-other step to sup­ple­ment the al­ready ex­ist­ing ca­pac­ity of CMH La­hore and Gar­ri­son Med­i­cal Cen­tres to cater for health needs of even greater num­ber of res­i­dents in a shorter time span with has­sle free en­vi­ron­ment with­out com­pro­mis­ing on qual­ity/ stan­dards.

Mean­while it is re­ported from Mu­la­tan that a two-day med­i­cal camp set up by Mul­tan Corps of Pak­istan Army con­cluded on Thurs­day af­ter pro­vid­ing free med­i­cal treat­ment fa­cil­i­ties to 3,500 pa­tients at two villages of district Ra­jan­pur.

The camp was set up on the or­ders of Corps Com­man­der Mul­tan Lt. Gen. Ash­faq Nadeem Ah­mad and pro­vided treat­ment to peo­ple at Bangla Ichcha and Kot Omar ar­eas, says a re­lease is­sued by ISPR Mul­tan on Thurs­day. —SABAH

LA­HORE: Pak­istan Army in­tro­duce a new fa­cil­ity of mo­bile hospi­tal in La­hore Gar­ri­son for health needs of Cantt res­i­dents on their doorstep.

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