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September 12, 2011
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100 bed ward at CMH for dengue patients

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September 12, 2011

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LAHORE
The Pakistan army, to intensify efforts by the civil administration in control and eradication of dengue, has established a separate 100 bed ward at CMH Lahore where affected civil patients will be treated free.
The army has also established eleven free medical screening and diagnostic camps in surrounding areas of Lahore cantonment exclusively for the civil population affected by the disease. A team of specialist doctors of Army Medical Corps will be available from 8am to 5pm at the free medical camps established on Bedian Road, Garrison Health Centre Cavalry Ground, near Khalid Mosque, Mehfoozpura near Ghazi grid station, Cantonment General Hospital, Sadar, Askari-X, Zarrar Shaheed Road and Masjid Chowk DHA Phase 1, Beaconhouse School DHA Phase 3, Commercial area DHA Phase 5. Besides, mobile medical teams of army para-medical staff have also been assigned to visit suburbs of Lahore cantonment to treat patients on their doorsteps. Cantonment authorities and the DHA administration have been instructed to be proactive by undertaking extensive preventive and precautionary measures.

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