KARACHI (PPI) - The number of beds at the Emergency Ward of the National Institute of Child Health (NICH) will be raised to 32 very soon to facilitate more patients. Director NICH Prof Jamal Raza told PPI that there are 16 beds at the ward which are insufficient, so the number of beds is now being increased to 32 with the cost of Rs3 million. He said more staff would be required after increasing beds in the emergency ward. He informed the laboratory is also being shifted to sixth floor of the hospital which was setup adjacent to its emergency ward. Prof Jamal said the budget of the hospital is insufficient in view of its needs, and requires to be raised. He said if philanthropists contribute in the development works of the hospital, the problems faced by the hospital could be resolved. Ambulance centre inaugurated Khidmat-e-Khalq Foundation has established an ambulance center at Cardiac Emergency Center KIHD-III of City District Government located near Shah Faisal Colony No:1 near Malir River Bridge, Karachi. Sindh minister Syed Shoaib Ahmed Bukhari, accompanied by administrator of Shah Faisal Town Kamal Mustafa and others opened the ambulance center on Saturday. The minister also inaugurated a day-long free medical camp (Cardiac, General and Diabetes) at the same place.