The system of the Pakistan Kidney and Liver Institute needs to be upgraded in order to continue offering free medical care to the institute’s 50% of poor patients, according to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
On Sunday, he presided over a conference in Lahore to discuss the state of the Pakistan Kidney and Liver Institute’s cutting-edge, no-cost medical services for poor patients.
The Prime Minister emphasized the necessity of starting an early hepatitis prevention and treatment program under the direction of PKLI.
Shehbaz Sharif ordered the creation of a special fund specifically for the care of poor patients and highlighted the urgent necessity to set aside a certain amount for this fund.
The Prime Minister was informed that efforts are being made to enhance the capacity of complicated surgery and free medical treatment is being provided to forty-one percent of poor patients at the institute.