Government creates 1000 vacancies for merged districts
PESHAWAR: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government has created 1000 new vacancies of BS-03 to 18 for various healthcare centers of the newly merged districts (NMDs) and the process would be completed by July this year. In addition, more than 1100 additional vacancies would also be created in the next phase, and overall more than 2300 new vacancies would be created to strengthen the healthcare sector in the merged districts.
It was revealed in a meeting held on Thursday to review the progress of various initiatives of the provincial government to improve the health service delivery system in the NMDs. The Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan chaired the meeting, while concerned officers and different stakeholders were also present on the occasion.
During the meeting a detailed presentation about the progress of the strengthening of public sector hospitals, provision of necessary equipments and medicines, creation of new vacancies, recruitments against the already created vacancies and various other initiatives launched under the Accelerated Implementation Plan (AIP), was given to Chief Minister.
The Chief Minister directed the high ups of health department to expedite recruitment process against the already created vacancies as well as creation of new vacancies and added that timeline to be given for the timely completion of all the recruitment process. He also directed the concerned quarters to expedite work on the upgradation of hospitals and provision of standard medical equipments and remarked that any sort of unnecessary delay in the implementation of these schemes would not be tolerated.