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Civil Hospital relieves 30 employees in compliance of rules


KARACHI – The Civil Hospital Karachi in compliance of Government of a letter from the Sindh Health Department, has relieved about 30 employees from stores.

According to the office order issued by Civil Hospital management recently, it stated that; In compliance of Government of Sindh Health Department letter No. SO-IV(H)Misc/2014 dated 17/12/2014.  The following staffs working in store of this hospital are hereby relived from stores. They are directed to report from duties mentioned against each.

The names of these employees who are relived from stores are;  Muhammad Iqbal Channa – designation staff nurse at the disposal In-charge nursing, Abdul Qayoom Marwat -Comma Care Supervisor to Neurology Ward, Muhammad Yousuf -senior dispenser to disposal  of Additional Medical Superintendent (AMS) Gen, Niaz Ahmed Khaskhali senior dispenser to  AMS (Gen), Syed Ejaz Ahmed senior dispenser to AMS (Gen), M Yousuf Niazi senior dispenser to  AMS (Gen) and  Ramesh Kumar senior dispenser to AMS (Gen).

Simililary,  Imamuddin Jamali Dietitian to in-charge kitchen, Wazir Ahmed Planning Assistant to In-charge P&D, Munir Shah junior clerk to in-charge IT, M Nadeem OT Assistant to in-charge OTs, while Sohail Mumtaz, Sabir Abbasi, Abbas  Ali, Mirza Shujahat, Mirza Shujahutullah Hussain, Shabbir Shah, Adnan Abdul Ghani, Arif Mughani and others are directed to report to their concerned departments . 

It is pertinent to mention here that the Government of Sindh Health Department had issued a similar kind of letter about a year ago, to medical superintendent of the hospital but it could not be implemented yet.

January 7, 2015

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