PESHAWAR - A formal agreement has been made to establish well-equipped Indus Hospital in Peshawar where every patient will be given quality treatment free of cost.

Besides catering treatment facilities in all disciplines and diseases, research activities will also be carried out in all sections in the hospital.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak held a meeting with a delegation of the welfare body led by philanthropist Haji Haleem Jan in this regard at the CM Sectt Peshawar that took stock of the progress so far made in the matter and necessary decisions were taken.

CEO of the hospital, authorities of health, law and other concerned departments, SMBR and office bearers of the organizations of traders and business community also present in the meeting.

They termed the establishment of Indus Hospital a good omen for the locals and assured its management of all-out cooperation in making this humanitarian effort a complete success.

The CEO of Indus Hospital told on this occasion that design for the hospital has been prepared and construction will start as soon as the required land and NOC for it is provided.

The hospital, he said, will provide free services to the patients and will work in automated manner due to computerized environment of the entire hospital.

The Chief Minister underlined the need to visit health centers to check its quality of services and punctuality of staff.