Doc­tors will have to at­tend duty

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

QUETTA—Chief Min­is­ter Balochis­tan, Nawab Sanaullah Khan Zehri Wed­nes­day said that doc­tors would be made bound to at­tend duty at state-run hos­pi­tals. While in­au­gu­rat­ing Med­i­cal ICU at Civil Hospi­tal here, he said that pa­tients would be served when doc­tors at­tend their du­ties. He said: “Gov­ern­ment has been spend­ing huge money to pro­vide ba­sic civic ameni­ties to masses in­clud­ing health care,” adding that the doc­tors would have to en­sure their at­ten­dance at their work place. He said, “I per­son­ally pay­ing my full at­ten­tion to­wards de­vel­op­ment of Balochis­tan and to pro­vide all ba­sic fa­cil­i­ties to peo­ple of the prov­ince”. In re­ply to a ques­tion, he said that all par­lia­men­tar­i­ans should pay their heed to­wards im­prove­ment of fa­cil­i­ties be­ing pro­vided at hos­pi­tals in their re­spec­tive areas. He said that San­de­man Civil Hospi­tal Quetta would have CT Scan Ma­chine, adding that its trauma cen­ter would also be made func­tional.

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