Latest 2021 Jobs in Health Department Sindh
Health Department Govt of Sindh invites the job applications in the several departments. All the candidates who are interested in the health department services are offered the complete list of all the latest announced jobs. Candidates are advised to find their best match and for the submission of accurate application, applicants are also offered complete assistance regarding the eligibility criteria, application process, and deadlines of the given posts. Once, you will be fitted according to the required criteria then you must go to apply for your dream position. Candidates are also advised to share this helpful platform among the circle of those who deserve and need to apply for the given positions in the Health Department Govt of Sindh.
Health Department Government of Sindh is one of the influential governing operating body in the province of Sindh. It is basically responsible for providing better living standard across this region. It is also accountable for offering medical education and relevant jobs. It controls administration of many state owned medical and pharmaceutical institutions like hospitals, pharmacies, clinics etc. It is working extensively in the rural areas for providing better healthcare to them. Health Department the Provincial Health Ministry is also facilitating Medical Education Training and Employment. Currently over 14,000 Doctors 2,000 Nurses and 12,000 paramedics are working for The Provincial Health Ministry Health Department. There are two medical universities, in Karachi and Jamshoro. Also three medical colleges in Sukkur, Nawabshah and Larkana, 12 Nursing School, 10 Midwifery Schools and 5 Public Health School for lady health visitors. The large number of hospitals and health facilities are widespread across Sindh with 6 teaching hospitals, 5 specialized institutions for chest, dermatological and mental illness, 11 district headquarters hospitals, 27 major hospitals located in the major cities, 44 Taluka hospitals, 99 Rural Health Centers in small towns, 738 basic health units in Union Councils, 305 dispensaries in larger Union Councils, 36 MCH Centers 12 maternity Homes and 39 centers for traditional medicine. At present, 17704 Lady Health Workers (LHWs) and 705 Lady Health Workers are working for Health Department of Sindh and more than 4,000 LHW are required to fulfill the need in provincial rural areas in Sindh.