A worker registered with the Social Security Hospital (SSH), Old Harappa Road, by a well-known local geyser-making unit is referred to as a colony. He has diabetes and has been receiving free insulin doses and syringes from the hospital for the past year. His insulin prescription is valid for two weeks.

Mirza’s employer business pays a monthly fee of Rs1 000 to the social security hospital to cover medical expenses for its employees. Mirza went to the hospital after the Eid holidays to get his insulin dose, but the officials told him that the hospital had been converted to a mini-hospital/dispensary and that they would no longer supply him with insulin.

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Muhammad Akram (55), for example, uses the service as a dependent of a social security-registered employee of a transportation corporation. He’s even been told to go out and buy insulin on the open market.

During the first week of this month, the Punjab Employees Social Security Institution (PESSI) ‘redesignated’ the status of its hospital as a mini-hospital and returned it to the status of a dispensary in an unexpected step.

For example, Muhammad Akram (55) uses the service as a dependent of a social security-registered employee of a transportation corporation. He’s even been told to go out and buy insulin on the open market.

During the first week of this month, the Punjab Employees Social Security Institution (PESSI) ‘redesignated’ the status of its hospital as a mini-hospital and returned it to the status of a dispensary in an unexpected step.

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