Health Care Commission asks un-registered health providers to register


Peshawar: Health Care Commission Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has asked all the unregistered private healthcare service providers (Doctors, Homoeopaths, Hakeems etc) practicing in the province to register their set ups/clinics with healthcare commission before 10th April 2015 and warned that otherwise their premises will be closed down.

In a press release issued from the office of Chief Inspector, Healthcare Commission, the owners of all those private healthcare service delivery outlets operated by unqualified persons have also been asked to close down their set ups otherwise FIR will be lodged against them.

The press release further says that owners of such health care establishments should provide a certificate that the health facilities being provided in their set ups are as per standards of health care commission.

Moreover, all those who are not eligible for registration with healthcare commission have been asked to close down their premises with immediate effect otherwise cases will be established against the violators of law, rules, regulation and standards of healthcare commission.

The Health Care Commission has warned that all the offences under healthcare commission Act 2015 were non-bail able and cognizance.

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