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  • BBH emergency block inaugurated

    RAWALPINDI: A 25-bed new emergency block was inaugurated at Benazir Bhutto Hospital on Monday...

    The main hospital of the garrison city had lost four kanals and a portion of emergency department building to metro bus project and in return, the provincial government constructed the new block worth Rs89 million...

  • Amputated leg found in BBH parking lot

    RAWALPINDI: An amputated leg was found in the parking space of the Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) on Sunday, causing panic among the people...

    When asked, BBH Superintendent Arshad Ali said the amputation of limbs is normal practice at the hospital and that the administration strictly follows the legal procedure and gives the amputated parts to the patients’ relatives to be buried...

  • BBH seeks Rs310m to make new building functional

    RAWALPINDI: The administration of Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) has sought Rs310 million from the Punjab government to make the new emergency block functional and improve the operation theatre of the hospital...

    A senior official of the BBH told Dawn that the hospital administration inaugurated the new emergency block but it was without machinery and other equipment...

  • Children ward at BBH to be upgraded

    RAWALPINDI: The Punjab government will upgrade the children ward and the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) at a cost of Rs50 million...

    The children ICU at the hospital has four ventilators and patients are frequently referred to private hospitals where they have to pay Rs10,000 per day for a ventilator...

  • BBH, HFH can’t handle neurosurgery cases

    The Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) has been referring three cases a day to the District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital because it is running without a neurosurgery department, creating problems for attendants who have to shift their patients to other hospitals...

    BBH, which is located on Murree Road, sees mostly accident cases...

  • Funds to purchase equipment for BBH released

    RAWALPINDI: The Punjab government has allocated Rs476 million for the upgradation of Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH)...

    Under the project, the hospital’s children, emergency and general wards will get new machinery by the end of December...

  • BBH lacks funds to procure equipment for new block

    RAWALPINDI: A 25-bed new block of the emergency ward of Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) has been lying unused since its construction in June as its management does not have funds to procure furniture and other equipment...

    The block was constructed by the provincial government in lieu of four kanal land of the hospital it (government) included in the metro bus project...

  • Two more dengue patients die at BBH

    RAWALPINDI: Two dengue patients died at the Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) on Wednesday and another 150 people with dengue visited government-run hospitals in the city...

    Mohammad Sagheer, 42, died in the intensive care unit on Wednesday morning, five days after he was diagnosed with dengue and admitted to hospital...

  • BBH probes handing over of wrong child’s body to couple

    RAWALPINDI: The Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) has formed a committee to investigate the handing over of the body of a wrong baby to a couple at the hospital...

    Residents of Havelian, Mohammad and Sarah Ijaz, had brought their newborn baby girl to the BBH where she was admitted at the paediatrics ward with the complaint of hepatitis...

  • Faisalabad’s allied hospital specialists to work at general hospital

    FAISALABAD: Under a stopgap arrangement, doctors of different specialties, attached with Allied and DHQ hospitals, will render their services at the outpatient department (OPD) of General Hospital, Ghulam Muhammadabad...

    This was decided in a meeting chaired by Punjab Medical College (PMC) Principal Prof Muhammad Ali Tirmazi at the General Hospital on Monday...

  • MSF hospital attack: US relied on Afghan allies who resented hospital, says AP

    WASHINGTON: Immediately after the US killed at least 30 people in a devastating airstrike on a charity hospital, Afghanistan's national security adviser told a European diplomat that his country would take responsibility because “we are without doubt, 100 per cent convinced the place was occupied by Taliban”, according to notes of the meeting reviewed by The Associated Press...

    Eyewitnesses tell the AP they saw no gunman at the...

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