PKR 10.1 billion allocated to the National Institute of Cardiovascular Disease (NICVD) by Syed Murad Ali Shah, Chief Minister of Sindh. This initiative would help improve the services for the patients and improve the health services in the province.
The approval was announced by the CM while presiding over a meeting on NICVD issues at Chief Minister House.
Minister of Health Dr. Azra Fazal Pechuho, Secretary law Dr. Mansoor, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister (PS to CM) Sajid Jamal Abro, Secretary Finance Hassan Naqvi, Secretary Health Kazim Jatoi, Executive Director NICVD Dr. Nadeem Qamar, and others’ concerned attended the meeting.
The CM told that he had made Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center (JPMC), National Institute of Child Health (NICH), and NICVD the best hospitals in the city.
“We had enhanced their budgetary allocation so that all patients could be provided best treatment,” he told the media. He also added that NICVD with the support of his government established its satellite centers in different districts which were providing treatment to the heart patients at their home district.
It was told that NICVD was facing financial issues. So the CM and his team released PKR 10.1 billion to the NICVD so that it could resolve all its issues.
The plan also constitutes the construction of a new building for NICVD, which is under discussion.
“We will build the best building for the hospital,” the CM Sindh emphasized.
These measure by the Sindh government will help raise the trust level of the citizens and also will improve the health services in the province.