Health & Education are extremely vital for quality life & its evolution. Non Governments Organizations, Philanthropist & Social workers are being engage in health & education, which are actually the real leaders & developers of country.
Governor of Sindh Mr. Mohammed Zubair expressed his views while visiting Kharadar General Hospital& its Marie Rahima Dawood College of Nursing.
He further said that 100 years of consistent, dedicated &quality health services for the population of old city of Karachi is exemplary & highly appreciable which reflects the commitment with humanity.
Governor Sindh visited different department of hospital & observed the services.He said it is moral obligation of government to facilitate & patronize such excellent services.
President of Kharadar general Hospital, a well-known industrialist & Philanthropist Mr. Bashir Jan Mohammad Thanked to Governor for his visit & said that hospital faculty & staff providing quality health services with commitment & daring in underprivileged & uncertain area of Liyari. He said hospital has been working as a institute & playing vital role in field of curative & preventive services, medical & nursing education & community health research.
Eminent Pediatrician Prof A.G. Billoo Chairman hospital management committee said to improve health indicator we must give top priority to health & education. He said to improve maternal &children Mortality & morbidity we should take necessary steps for prevention.
Chief executive officer Dr. Khalid Iqbal given briefing on 100 years of dedicated services of Kharadar General Hospital. He said consistent, committed work with full devotion has provided to deserved community. He said hospital has been providing high quality professional education & our students are getting positions all over Sindh for last few years. He further said college of nursing will be expanded with new nursing education block which will be start in next 6 months.In the end a souvenir presented to Governor of Sindh by Hospital President.

Source: Pakistan Observer

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