KARACHI: DG Sindh Rangers Major General Omar Ahmed Bukhari visited Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC), Karachi and praised his administration for running one of the best health facilities in the country where people from all over Pakistan come to seek medical treatment for various diseases.
A Sindh Rangers spokesperson on Tuesday said Maj. General Omar Ahmed Bukhari and other senior force representatives visited JPMC Karachi and attended a briefing on health facilities at the medical center as well as patient services.
Executive Director JPMC Dr. Seemin Jamali briefed the visiting customer on facilities available at the health facility, number of beds and their multiple departments, special health services available at the medical center including Cyber Knife, PET Scan and other radiological equipment given to patients.
Dr. Jamali informed DG Rangers Sindh that patients from distinct areas of Sindh, as well as from Balochistan, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhawa, Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, were seeking medical therapy at the JPMC, since there was no such health facility throughout Pakistan that provided patients with such health facilities free of charge.
In praising the JPMC’s services and its administration’s attempts for the suffering humanity, DG Rangers Sindh said the role of JPMC in the health industry was commendable and submitted a painting to the JPMC Executive Director. The JPMC administration also provided the visiting guest with governmental shields.
Also present on the occasion were eminent radiologist Prof. Tariq Mahmood, orthopedic surgeon Prof. A.R Jamali, JPMC Deputy Directors Dr. Yahya Tunio, Dr. Salman, Dr. Nausheen, Riaz Gill and others.