Parliamentary Secretary Health, Dr Nausheen Hamid was received by Chief Executive Officer, Islamabad Healthcare Regulatory Authority upon her arrival to IHRA premises on 3rd September, 2021 . Issues pertaining to registration and licensing of Healthcare Establishments of Islamabad Capital Territory were discussed in the meeting. CEO IHRA, Dr Quaid Saeed briefed Dr Nausheen about the strategies that IHRA is developing to enforce standards for healthcare services in Islamabad.

IHRA carried out inspections of 36 healthcare establishments

In the past week Islamabad Healthcare Regulatory Authority (IHRA) carried out inspections of 36 healthcare establishments including hospitals, rehabilitation centres, diagnostic labs, collection points, dental clinics, medical centres, g.p clinics and homeo/tibb clinics. 23 of these healthcare establishments were served notices for different irregularities including keeping expired reagents, lack of qualified staff and proper waste management mechanism and were also directed to apply for registration with IHRA.

Islamabad Healthcare Regulatory Authority (IHRA) organized a capacity building Training of Trainers on PITB Dengue Activity Tracking System/Android App for medical and paramedical staff of private hospitals of ICT.

CEO IHRA, Dr Quaid Saeed in a consultative meeting with Parliamentary Secretary, Dr Nausheen Hamid and WHO Representative in Pakistan

Dr Palitha discussed to create a framework of technical cooperation between Islamabad Healthcare Regulatory Authority(IHRA), Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations & Coordination (MoNHSRC) and World Health Organisation (WHO) to ensure the provision of quality healthcare services to the citizens of Islamabad Capital Territory.