ISLAMABAD, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 11th Nov, 2016 ) : Minister for Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry on Friday inaugurated pathology laboratory collection centre at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS). Addressing inauguration ceremony here, the minister said the collection centre would ensure best diagnostic facility to patients together with professional staff and latest equipments. He said online support had been provided to this centre and it had been lined with all departments of the hospital.
He added that soon data of the pathology lab would be available on internet and patients would be able to get their medical reports at home. He said additional facilities, including added seating arrangement, had been provided in the laboratory to serve the maximum number of patients and their attendants. He said the new emergency department of the hospital would be inaugurated soon. The minister urged the medical practitioners of the hospital to serve patients with full dedication and provide best medical care to them.
He said the ministry was efficiently working on the Prime Minister's health reforms, and in this regard, health infrastructure was being improved. He added that steps were being taken to ensure best medical care to the patients at Federal capital hospitals. Fazal said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was taking personal interest in improving the health system of the country by providing funds whenever and wherever required for any health project.
Vice Chancellor PIMS Dr Javed Akram said the pathology department would be computerized soon with having online medical reports facility. He said that the government has assured sufficient funds for completion of various projects at PIMS. Earlier, during briefing, the minister was informed that considering the people's problems, this lab center of pathology department had been established for easy collection of samples and medical reports. He was informed that separate counters had been established in the center for male and female patients while the number of expert doctors would also be increased soon.