Rawalpindi: The Punjab Health Department has approved a project to build a new 60-bed mini-hospital in Dhok Manshi, a highly inhabited district. The project’s PC-1 has also been approved. The facility will cost Rs49.06 million to construct. The hospital will also contain a maternity department, which will be staffed by skilled and experienced gynaecologists.

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Sheikh Rashid Shafiq, the Federal Parliamentary Secretary, has contributed monies from his MNA fund, and the health department has also filed a tender for the construction of the mini-hospital. According to sources, the continuing tender for the hospital’s construction would be opened on December 6. This project will take 18 months to complete.

The foundation stone for this mini-hospital, according to Shafiq, will be laid in the last week of December or the first week of January 2022. He went on to say that Union Council Dhok Manshi is a highly inhabited neighbourhood, as are surrounding areas such as Chaklala, Rehmatabad, Scheme III, and Gulistan Colony.

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Several top doctors, nurses, and medical personnel will be dispatched, as well as surgeons who will do small operations. Other services provided by the hospital include CT scans, ultrasounds, various diagnostics, and X-rays. The hospital will be open 24 hours a day, and a daily outpatient clinic will help outpatients.

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