Maryam Nawaz Inaugurates Clinics on Wheels Project in Lahore

Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif inaugurated the “Clinics on Wheels” project in Lahore. This initiative will deploy 200 mobile clinics across Punjab, aiming to provide healthcare to four million people.

During the inauguration ceremony, CM Maryam Nawaz emphasized that these mobile clinics will operate in densely populated urban areas where access to hospital care is often difficult. She explained that each mobile clinic is a fully equipped medical facility on wheels. It is designed to deliver healthcare services right to people’s doorsteps.

CM Maryam criticized the previous government for sabotaging the health initiatives started by Nawaz Sharif and Shehbaz Sharif. She mentioned that it takes considerable time, up to three months, to organize and implement the plans of a new government. Expressing her satisfaction with the project, she said, “Nawaz Sharif is pleased with the launch of every project.”

The Clinics on Wheels will operate in underprivileged areas for six days a week, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. CM Maryam highlighted that these clinics would provide comprehensive care, particularly for pregnant women, who will receive full medical services.

Furthermore, she announced plans to increase the number of doctors and paramedic staff in these mobile clinics. “We will give priority in recruitment to doctors from every district”, she added.

CM Maryam Shares Plans for Cardiology Centers in Eight Districts

CM Maryam revealed that in addition to the Clinics on Wheels, they are establishing cardiology centers in eight districts, including Mianwali, Sialkot, Jhelum, and Layyah. Moreover, she also urged the health secretary to implement a free insulin project to further support public health.

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Maryam Nawaz reiterated the provincial government’s commitment to bringing healthcare to the people. Additionally, she announced the development of advanced cardiology facilities in several cities across Punjab. These cities include Mianwali, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Jhelum, Sahiwal, Murree, and Layyah.

The Clinics on Wheels project is a significant step towards improving healthcare access in Punjab. This initiative also aims to ensure that medical services reach the most underserved communities. The provincial government is fulfilling a crucial need for accessible healthcare.

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