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Rainwater leaks from ceiling of LRH, causes miseries for doctors, patients

Rainwater leaks from ceiling of LRH, causes miseries for doctors, patients
July 15, 2017

PESHAWAR, 15 July: Rainwater leaked from the ceilings of the Lady Reading Hospital (LRH), the largest health facility of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, causing severe miseries for the doctors and patients.
A video went viral showing rainwater dripping from the ceiling of the operation theatre of LRH during surgery. Social media users have criticised the provincial government and the hospital administration for their inability to repair the building.
Meanwhile, Medical Director of LRH, doctor Khalid Mahmood told media that some of the hospital buildings are old and in deplorable condition and rainwater drip from their ceilings. He said efforts are underway to repair operation theatre of the hospital adding that operations are underway as they could not stop surgeries.
Attendants who arrived with their patients demanded of the provincial government to immediately take steps for repairing the hospital building. They taunted the government and said that rainwater dripping from the ceiling of the operation theatre during surgery is shameful.

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