on the move: Multan launches mobile diagnosis service

To combat waterborne diseases, the district government has set up water purification plants in 100 schools


Our Correspondent October 04, 2016
Chattha added there was a dire need to take effective measures to provide free of charge treatment to the public. PHOTO: EXPRESS

MULTAN: In order to provide health facilities to the people at their doorsteps, a diagnosis mobile service was launched at al Khidmat Foundation Centre near Kalma Chowk on Tuesday.

Terming the diagnosis mobile a ‘gift for the citizens of Multan’, Multan DCO Nadir Chattha said the government was taking revolutionary steps in the health sector and projects worth billions of rupees were being completed.

Chattha added the district government would provide financial and moral support to organisations working for the welfare of the public.

He said upgrade of various health-related projects, including Shehbaz Sharif Hospital, kidney centre, burns unit and children hospital, has been completed.

Chattha added there was a dire need to take effective measures to provide free of charge treatment to the public. To combat waterborne diseases, the district government has set up water purification plants in 100 schools. Another 89 plants have also been made functional, he said.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 5th, 2016.

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