Pakistan Army introduces mobile hospital
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.