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University Hospital expands with latest services, outpatients hit 700
The University of Lahore Teaching Hospital (ULTH) has made a remarkable state-of-the-art expansion in service deliveries. Latest additions include a 10 bedded medical intensive care unit (ICU), a 10-bedded CCU, all diagnostic facilities, all major surgeries, as well as a Lifelong Learning Centre and Addiction Treatment Unit.
Whereas the total number of beds has now ascended to 450 for indoor patients, out-door attendants have hit an overwhelming 700 mark on a daily reportage. The general turn-out of patients including over 200 cases of accident and emergency ailments has necessitated that all specialized clinics; in all fields become fully operational. 
Apparently, the Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr. Zahid Pervaiz is determined to make ULTH patient friendly; offering maximum services to the general public and non-affording patients in particular. He has pledged to encourage high vigilance of staff, observance of high standards of sanitation—all in addition to provision of quality diagnostic and clinical services.
According to Prof. Dr. Farrukh Iqbal (Principal, University College of Medicine & HoD Medicine, ULTH), clinicians from all disciplines and students meet every Wednesday in a Clinical Pathological Conference (CPC) to discuss patient management scenarios. He adds that telemedicine is already in place and bedside teaching for first year MBBS students (Integrated Modular System) is under implementation.




  • University Hospital expands with latest services, outpatients hit 700
  • University Hospital expands with latest services, outpatients hit 700
  • University Hospital expands with latest services, outpatients hit 700
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