UAE will expand its hospital capacity in Sindh, according to an envoy. He said on Sunday that the Consul General of the United Arab Emirates, Bakheet Al Remeithi, said that his country was trying to build more health care facilities for Pakistan, especially in Sindh.
After the Shaikh Zayed Hospital for Women (SZHW) had been repaired and renovated, Mr Remeithi said at a reception that the UAE ruler Shaikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahiyan had set up this hospital on the request of then Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who was in power at the time.
He talked about hospitals in Karachi and Khairpur, where the Hilal-i-Ahmar health facility had been set up and the staff was busy taking care of people who were sick.
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In the department of gynaecology and obstetrics at Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University, Prof. Dr. Shahida Magsi is in charge. She is also the director of postgraduate studies at Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University.
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She said that because the hospital didn’t have a blood bank or a lab, patients had to deal with a lot of problems, and some people died because they had to wait for blood and other tests to come back.
It should be built, and a new multi-story building should be built in the hospital, she said.
There will be 8,973 births at this hospital in 2020, the director general of health services in Sindh said.
People from the city of Larkana, like Commissioner Ghanwer Leghari, Deputy Commissioner Tarique Manzoor Chandio, and others, went to the hospital and looked at the wards that had been repaired and renovated.
Doctor Abdul Sattar Shaikh gave the guests traditional gifts of Sindhi Ajrak and caps.
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