MULTAN, Pakistan: The Punjab Governor Muhammad Rafique Rajwana on Saturday said that the provincial government would construct a modern hospital of 2000-bed in Multan City to share the burden of Nishtar Hospital.
While chairing a meeting at Circuit House in Multan on Saturday, he said that the Punjab government was giving top priority to health sector and the hospital would be built in line with the 100-year plan.
Similarly, he added, a good number of basic health units were also being built in the province to provide treatment facilities at gross-roots level.
The Deputy Commissioner Nadir Chathha briefed the Punjab governor about the purposed hospital.
The Health Chief Executive Officer told the meeting that another five medical city centres were being constructed at Daulat Gate, Gulshanabad, Qadeerabad, Chowk Shaheedan and Iqbal Nagar.