Peshawar: In order to ensure the implementation of special directives of Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province Pervaiz Khattak, Secretary Health Mushtaq Jadoon visited Swat and inspected the repair work in Medical college costing an amount of Rs. 9 million, repair work in central hospital costing Rs.7 million and up gradation of Saidu Group of teaching Hospital costing 1158 million .
Chairman DDAC Fazal Hakim Khan, Chief Executive Saidu group of teaching hospitals Dr. Taj Mohammad Khan, S.E C & W Building Circle Swat Engr. Aamir Nadeem Durrani , Xen C & W Engr Ghulam Mohidddin and DHO Swat Said Ali Khan were also present on the occasion.
The Secretary Health was briefed by S.E C&W and Chief Executive of Saidu Group regarding status of various health schemes. They said that cath lab will be completed during the next month while order for machinery for lab worth Rs.17 Crore will be placed to the concerned companies of Japan.
Similarly they disclosed that phase-1 of the new SGOH containing five hundred beds hospital will be completed up to December this year. They told that the casualty of Central Hospital will be opened in the next month, after appointment of the already approved staff of 245 officials. Similarly OPD block will be constructed with all diagnostic facilities in the Central Hospital.
The Secretary Health also inspected the site of new hospital approved by the Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at Kanju Swat. The Secretary was also informed on the progress of express line for Saidu Teaching Hospital costing Rs.32 million.
They told the Secretary that the operation theater complex at Central Hospital has already been approved by the C.M KP which will have the facility of anesthesia and pathology along with new staff.
The Secretary directed the concerned departments to ensure quality of work and completion of all the projects within the stipulated time. He also pin pointed some modifications in the under construction health projects.
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