Cardiac care, liver transplant and cancer treatment provided to people around Pakistan. Three hospitals in Sindh provide free treatment for major illnesses and surgeries, Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said.
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that three of the major hospitals being managed by his government have been providing modern health care treatment facilities free of charge to the people from all over the country.
Shah highlighted these services while meeting a batch of under-training police officers at the Chief Minister’s House on Tuesday.
The three hospitals providing these facilities are: Pir Abdul Qadir Shah Jeelani Institute of Medical Sciences Gambat providing free liver transplant; Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre in Karachi providing free cancer treatment services; and National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases in Karachi and its branches in the province providing free cardiac care and surgical services.
Shah told the officers that his government had been utilising public-private partnership (PPP) for mega development projects in the province. One such project is the recently launched 38km-long Malir Expressway in Karachi. He also said that his government was reconstructing road networks and drainage systems in Karachi.