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BOG members appointed in four KP govt hospitals.

Byline: Wisal Yousafzai

PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government implemented Medical Teaching Institution Reforms Act 2015 and appointed Board of Governors in four public hospitals of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. This was said in a statement issued here on Thursday, it was said that for each hospital separate BOG members were appointed. These hospitals include Lady Ready Hospital Peshawar, Khyber Teaching Hospital Peshawar, Hayatabad Medical Complex Peshawar and Ayub Medical Complex Abbotabad. The BOG members were nominated by the search and nomination council. The BOG members for LRH include Professor Nowsherwan Burki, Chief Executive Neotal Islamabad Arshad Khan, Retired federal secretary Saleem Khan Jhagra, Major General (R) Dr. Amjid Faheem, CEO Indus Hospital Karachi Dr.Abdul Bari Khan and well known Surgeon Dr. Mian Tahir.

In HMC Peshawar BOG members include former federal secretary Sahibzada Syed, Surgeon Dr. Khalid Khan, Bank of Khyber President Sahms-ul-Qayum, social activist Dr. Robina Gillani and former Inspector General FC Maj Gen (R) Taj ul Haq. In Khyber Teaching Hospital BOG members include CEO of Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital Dr. Faisal Sultan, General Secretary of Floral Art Society Miss Shahana Mehmood, Management Science former director Shah Jehan, Institute of Management Science Hayatabad Chairman and charted accountant Dilroz Khan while former secretary establishment Rashid Ahmad, Dr. Asim Yousaf, Dr. Imtiaz Malang, Dr. Javeed and Tariq Khan were appointed as BOG members for Ayub Medical Complex Abbotabad.

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
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Date:May 8, 2015
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