Punjab CM visits Muzaffargarh hospital
The hospital is constructed by Turkish Government to provide health facilities to flood affectees.
Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif has said that the fifty beds hospital constructed with the assistance of Turkish government in Muzaffargarh would be beneficial for the people of Southern Punjab and all latest health facilities will be available in this hospital.
He said this while visiting different departments of 50-bed hospital in Muzaffargarh today (Sunday) which has been constructed by Turkish Government to provide the health facilities to the flood affected people of 2010 floods as a gift to the Punjab government.
The Chief Minister said the people of Pakistan especially Punjab are thankful to the Turkish Government for this gift.
He said the hospital has nine wards including Cardiology, Gynecology, and Dental Unit and a state of the art laboratory has also been established in the hospital.