KARACHI- In order to improve the Healthcare Delivery System of Sindh, The Sindh Health Care Commission (SHCC) has decided to hold training sessions for representatives of 90 healthcare establishments.
These training sessions are to be held in the city of Karachi.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Sindh Health Care Commission (SHCC), Dr Minhaj Qidwai, confirmed the news and further informed that the Clinical Governance experts have already trained 108 representatives of healthcare establishments, during the first phase of training.
Whilst talking about the Anti-Quackery Campaign, he informed that the Directorate has sealed 85 clinics in five districts of Sindh, including Jacobabad, Mirpurkhas, Tando Allahyar, Tando Muhammad Khan and Badin.
So far, 24 cases pertaining to sealed clinics came forward for hearing and were asked to comply with the Anti-Quackery Directorate.
SHCC has received 64 new applications from numerous healthcare establishments for registration, out of which 40 were issued with certificates.
Team of SHCC also paid a visit to the National Medical Centre Karachi, regarding their application for provisional licensing and to inspect other health facilities offered at the hospital.