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Punjab Opens Fully Equipped Field Hospitals

Punjab Opens Fully Equipped Field Hospitals

Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz’s remarks at the inauguration ceremony of the newly established field hospitals in Lahore underscore the government’s commitment to providing essential healthcare services to remote areas lacking adequate infrastructure. She emphasized the comprehensive amenities available at these field hospitals and highlighted their significance in bringing healthcare facilities closer to the people.

The chief minister outlined the features of the field hospitals, stating that they are equipped with essential medical facilities such as diagnostic units, laboratories, ultrasound, ECG, X-ray, and pharmacy services. Additionally, the hospitals will offer outpatient services, immunization, first aid, services by lady health workers, and school nutrition programs.

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Maryam Nawaz also addressed the symbolic use of containers, remarking on their previous association with disruptive activities. She contrasted this with the government’s focus on utilizing containers for constructive purposes, such as establishing field hospitals to provide medical care to the public.

Moreover, she highlighted the government’s efforts to improve healthcare infrastructure, including the revamping of Basic Health Units and Rural Health Centres. Additionally, she mentioned plans to launch 200 mobile clinics for urban areas and the forthcoming inauguration of the province’s first air ambulance service within two weeks.

Overall, Maryam Nawaz’s speech reflects the Punjab government’s proactive approach to address healthcare challenges and improve access to medical services across the province, particularly in underserved areas.