Women Died due to Doctors’ Negligence in Karachi

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A woman died in a private hospital due to doctors’ negligence on Tuesday. Family of Sana, the deceased, blamed doctors for her death. The woman died after giving birth to a baby. One of the family members, Dr Ayesha went to inquire about the causes of her death, but there was no one at hospital for any answer. The saddened family demanded quick action against the hospital administration and doctors for their negligence that took a valuable life.

Doctors Demand 5000 new Jobs in Sindh


Pakistan Medical Association Sindh chapter, along with its sister organisations, Sindh Doctors Welfare Association and People’s Doctors Forum on Friday demanded 5,000 new job recruitments for Sindh doctors in BPS-17 and 1,500 new recruitments in Specialist cadre. These jobs should be given through Sindh Public Service Commission. The doctors, who are already working in different projects of health in Sindh, should be given preference in these jobs. These views were expressed by PMA Sindh President Dr Samrina Hashmi at Karachi Press Club here on Friday. “As you are aware that 18 districts in Sindh will have hospitals with 200 to 300 beds, in the period of June to August 2012, 42 Trauma centres will open…

Chinese Doctors carry out 80 Operations at CHK


A seven-member Chinese medical team provided on Tuesday free surgical treatment to 80 cataract patients at the Civil Hospital Karachi under the Bring Light Tour programme. Headed by Prof Wang Jum of Beijing Tony Ran Hospital, the team comprising two doctors, two nurses, an official and an engineer also handed over medicines and some goods to the patients undergoing surgery. The visiting team, which earlier operated upon 300 cataract patients in Mayo Hospital of Lahore, will implant intraocular lens in 200 cataract patients in Karachi.

Doctors end there Protest after the Governor’s Assurances

Abbasi Shaheed Hospital

The committee of protesting doctors met the governor on Friday night and ended their protests after he assured them that all 1,374 doctors would be given permanent jobs soon. According to Syed Mohammad Naeemul Haq of the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH), the meeting was very successful. The doctors demanded that the government implement the Sindh High Court’s decision to set up an appropriate promotion mechanism for doctors. According to the Sindh Doctors Welfare Association, around 15,000 doctors were affected throughout the province. Earlier, out-patients services at all  21 hospitals and dispensaries under the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) remained closed on the second consecutive day as doctors continued to protest for permanent jobs and salaries. The…