Bacha Khan Medical Complex Swabi

Attached Teaching Hospital of
Gajju Khan Medical College Swabi Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

SWABI: Around 2,820 received treatment at the
Medical Teaching Institutes in Swabi during the Eid holidays.

An official handout said the Bacha Khan Medical Complex and the hospitals in Chota Lahor and Topi tehsils treated the patients during the Eid holidays. The spokesperson for MTIs Swabi said nurses, paramedics and doctors performed duty at the hospitals during the Eid days. He said the patients were provided the best health care facilities in all three MTIs.

Giving details, he said the BKMC-MTI received 1,365, Chota Lahor 638 and Topi 738 patients during the Eid holidays. The three MTIs received around 145 road accident victims mostly motorcyclists. Some 89 babies were born in all three MTIs. He informed the media that according to Director BKMC-MTI Dr. Amjad Mehboob all the patients were provided the best health care facilities in all three MTIs, BKMC, Topi, and Chota Lahor, and all steps were taken in this regard.

According to details BKMC-MTI received 1365, Chotal lahor 638, and Topi received 738 patients during EID Holidays. All three MTIs received as many as 145 road traffic accidents, most of which were motorcyclists who reached hospitals after sustaining serious injuries. Total number of 89 children born in all three MTIs.

The spokesperson said that free treatment facility provided during EID holidays under “KP Sehat Sahulat Program” “220 patients admitted through SSP and more than 200 dialyzes were done in SSP, similarly 10 dog bites patients treated in MTIs, Spokesperson Added.

The hospital director added the situation at the hospital remained normal and no untoward incident has been reported at the hospital from Friday till Tuesday evening. Before the EID holidays, the hospital director Dr. Amjad Mehboob along with the additional hospital director of Topi Dr. Gul Parez, and the Additional hospital director of Chota Lahor had issued an alert to all the emergency staff to be alert during the EID holidays round the clock and provide facilities.

All emergency personnel including doctors, nurses, paramedics, technicians, and administrative staff performed effectively. On which the hospital management praised and applauded all the hospital staff.

In addition, diagnostic and treatment facilities including X-rays, ultrasound, CT scans, laboratory, operating theaters, wards, and intensive care units worked round the clock to meet the needs of patients.