CM Punjab Sets Up 32 Field Hospitals In 6 Weeks Across 36 Districts 

One of Pakistan’s biggest revolutions to date is that hospitals are now traveling to people’s doorsteps in remote locations that were previously unreachable on time. One of CM Maryam Nawaz’s most emphasized agenda items, the construction of Field Hospitals in Punjab, has made this revolutionary movement possible. 

CM Punjab Sets Up 32 Field Hospitals in 6 Weeks Across 36 Districts

You will learn more about the number of field hospitals established in various Punjab districts as well as how they will function in this post. Are they already in operation, and how can you use them to supplement your medical care? Continue reading as this essay discusses all of these issues in detail. 

32 Field Hospitals Established By Maryam Nawaz 

In the Punjab site, many areas are still far away from modern Medical services and still receiving their treatment from the local clinics that are not in very good condition.  To offer free medical care and examinations to the residents of these Punjab districts, the government has established field hospitals that will go door to door-throughout each district. This will enable those who are ill or unable to pay for expensive medical care to easily receive all necessary medical treatments for free.

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For this reason, there are 32 Field hospitals formed to provide services in Punjab, Maryam Nawaz Said in a speech that the containers that were previously used for damaging activities would be transformed into field hospitals. They would be placed in each of Punjab’s 36 districts, it is not important that people who receive free medical needs to be a part of the Benazir Income Support Program, all the people who are living in Punjab’s rural regions can easily access it at their doorsteps.

Maryam 32 field Hospital

Field Hospital To Be Run Across 36 Districts

Maryam Nawaz delivered her speech at the Inaugural Ceremony of the Field Hospitals Project in Punjab, in which she announced the launch of Felif Hospitals within 36 Districts of Punjab that will provide door to door Medical services to all the people including one living in Kachi Abaadis. She appreciated the hard work of her team and the persistence to complete this project in such a short period of 6 weeks.

“It was not possible to complete such a large project as field hospitals in such a short amount of time without the special assistance of Allah Almighty,” she continued.

She makes it clear that the primary goal of the field hospital’s development is to give people access to areas without medical clinics or hospitals. 

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Main Purpose Of 32 Field Hospitals – How it will Function?

Field hospitals serve the primary purpose of providing emergency medical care in transient, transportable facilities. They are prepared to do operations, treat trauma, treat infectious diseases, and provide other vital medical services, frequently in places of conflict, disasters, or during widespread public health emergencies.

Field hospitals will travel to remote locations and offer the greatest medical care to the locals there. The village will be informed that a mobile medical clinic is parked at a specific location and that residents can visit it to receive self-treatment.

Facilities Given Through The Field Hospitals 

Multiple health-related facilities will be given to the people of Punjab through these 32 field hospitals which include:

  • its pharmacy is full of medicines
  • It has AC, 
  • diagnostic unit, 
  • lab, ultrasound, 
  • ECG, X-ray, and pharmacy facilities
  • The facilities like OPD, 
  • immunization, 
  • first aid, 
  • lady health worker, 
  • and school nutrition will also be available in a field hospital.

Moreover, For 24 hours the live dashboard which will monitor the performance of the field is also available. She also said that the medications for the cancer patients have been started and added that the aid and funds they receive for this purpose is also increases from 2 Billion to 6 Billion Rupees.

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Revamping Healthcare Infrastructure Across Punjab [C&W]

The Department of Construction and Works (C&W) is actively revitalizing hospitals and Basic Health Units (BHUs) across Punjab. Currently, the renovation of 2500 BHUs and 300 Rural Health Centres (RHCs) is underway, with some projects already completed.

According to the official, patients across Punjab will no longer need to worry about the unavailability of doctors in BHUs or RHCs. A comprehensive plan is being developed to address the shortage of medical professionals. The commitment is clear: there will be no compromise on the health of the people.

Launched Of Air Ambulance Service 

Chief Minister shared that Pakistan’s first air ambulance is on track to launch soon, with training already in progress. She compared the initial skepticism to past projects like Nawaz Sharif’s Motorway, highlighting its vital role for citizens in need. Reflecting on her visits to small hospitals, she emphasized the urgent need for improved medical facilities, mentioning plans to establish modern cath labs in every city, including Sargodha, within a year.

Additionally, Madam Maryam Nawaz Sharif outlined a five-year plan to establish state-of-the-art hospitals in every district of Punjab, complete with specialized units for cardiology and cancer treatment. She also mentioned ongoing developments such as Lahore’s first medical city and the construction of a large, modern medical storage facility in Punjab.


In conclusion, the rapid deployment of 32 field hospitals across all 36 districts of Punjab represents a monumental achievement in the realm of healthcare accessibility. Spearheaded by CM Maryam Nawaz, this initiative signifies a commitment to ensuring that even the most remote and underserved communities have access to essential medical services. 

These field hospitals, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and staffed with dedicated medical professionals, stand as beacons of hope for those previously unable to access timely healthcare. Furthermore, the concurrent efforts to revamp healthcare infrastructure across Punjab, coupled with plans for future expansions such as the air ambulance service, underscore a holistic approach to healthcare reform.