CM tells health department to appoint staff for vacant posts on merit basis
KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah chaired Monday a session for provincial health department which mooted the regularization issue of 1120 medical officials appointed by the department, ARY News reported.
The session briefing also underscored the many vacancies in the department that have yet to be filled including 480 doctors, which it said will soon be completed.
A total of 1303 grade-17 Medical Officers (MO) and Woman Medical Officers (WMO) vacancies await appointments, the health department briefing added.
CM Sindh has reportedly directed the department to expedite the appointments on merit basis and to resolve the regularization issue soon.
It may be noted that the briefing underlined another 808 vacancies of medical staff are up to be fulfilled by the department across 105 taluka hospitals in Sindh.