Nishter hospital Multan is going to renovate by the British-Pakistani Doctor Muhammad Aslam Nasir (Inventor of the I-Gel) with the investment of to invest £15 Million.
Dr Nasir visited Nishter hospital when his father was getting ill and admitted the hospital. The condition of the institution is still same and did not change when he did his graduation and move to the UK. He said the hospital has no more condition for patients and patients are lying down on the floor as well as infrastructure is also suffered a lot of the years.
Dr Nasir said, about his renovation plan.
”We plan to start renovation from one side of the hospital e.g. from the A&E and then ward by ward with minimal interruption to the routine function of the Nishtar hospital.
We plan to renovate all rooms, wards, offices, corridors, staircases, toilets, windows, doors etc and fix damaged internally and externally. We will install new Flooring and paintwork, will provide new beds and nursing stations and of course AC units.”
Efforts of overseas Pakistani Doctors.
Dr Nasir,s friends and fellows are in touch to raise money for the hospital. Overseas Pakistanis are heavily invested. They tried to send medicine and machinery to give back something to their home country.
I-Gel is a supraglottic airway device which is invented by Dr Nasir. Patients take breath via gel-based tube and is used resuscitation and anaesthesia.