Karachi: The office-bearers of Pakistan Paramedical Staff Association (PPMSA) Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC) Unit on Tuesday demanded of the provincial government to end the shortage of employees in hospital to ensure better healthcare delivery system.
An emergency meeting of Pakistan Paramedical Staff Association JPMC Unit was held at JPMC which was chaired by PPMSA President Muhammad Ismail Jiskani. General Secretary PPMSA Muhammad Jamil, Muhammad Sabireen, Saeed Akber, Zain-ul-Abideen, Muhammad Akram and Haq Nawaz Sial were also present in the meeting.
The participants of meeting unanimously demanded of the government for promotion of employees after calling a Departmental Promotion Committee meeting. They asked for appointment of staff on vacant seats in JPMC, up-gradation of paramedical institute into college and introducing BS program in all technologies. They also demanded approval of service structure for paramedical support staff and their promotions.
President PPMSA Ismail Jiskani said the employees are waiting for decision in cases regarding deputation and health allowance. He said significant numbers of posts are lying vacant and government should appoint new staff on them.
He urged the government to meet the genuine demands of paramedics by Eid-ul-Fitr; otherwise, they would decide further line of action.
The post PPMSA demands appointment of staff on vacant seats appeared first on Pakistan Press International.