RAWALPINDI: Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited various setups of Army Medical Corps on Saturday.
According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Surgeon General Pakistan Army Lieutenant General Nigar Johar accompanied COAS during the visit.
The COAS visited Combined Military Hospital Rawalpindi and was briefed by Commandant CMH Major General Muhammad Mohsin Qureshi regarding state of the art newly up graded healthcare facilities.
The COAS was briefed that medical care has been planned as per international best practices and patient care is the focus of hospital administration. Special counters have been established for facilitating civilian/ non entitled patients as well. Efforts are being made to provide patient friendly environment and provide allied facilities for patients attendants.
The Army Chief was also shown newly established control room to impart training to doctors through live surgery process in Academic Centre, designed and established to facilitate medical students for better understanding of surgical procedures.
The COAS appreciated the efforts of Army Medical Corps which is providing quality health care and state of the art rehabilitation services to members of the armed forces, their families and civilian patients.
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