Police Hospital gets ambulance

Police Hospital gets ambulance

Our Correspondent

Hoshiarpur, November 20

To strengthen the health services being provided by the Police Hospital located in the Police Lines here, Vardhman Yarns and Threads provided the hospital with an ambulance equipped with modern facilities to ensure health services in a more efficient manner.

Vardhman Yarn and Threads officer Tarun Chawla and JP Singh handed over the ambulance to SP (H) Raminder Singh, DSP Tanda Daljit Singh Khak and SMO of Police Hospital Dr Lakhvir Singh. Company officials lauded the health services rendered by the police hospital to the people of the city including the police personnel during the corona epidemic. They said the Police Hospital had also made a significant contribution in providing services to the people during the current epidemic crisis. They assured that the company would continue to contribute for further strengthening of the required infrastructure of the hospital. SMO Dr Lakhvir told mediapersons that the ambulance provided to the hospital had modern facilities like stretcher, oxygen machine etc. which are much needed in today’’s times. He thanked the management of the company and said that the police hospital would ensure better health services in the future.

On the occasion, line officer Balbir Singh, staff nurses Kamaljit Kaur, Amandeep Kaur and Raj Rani, ward attendant Gurpreet Goldie, ASI Tarlochan Singh, Jaswant Singh etc. were present.

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