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Health Statistics Of Pakistan

Total population
180,808,000
Gross national income per capita (PPP international $)
2,590
Life expectancy at birth m/f (years)
62/64
Probability of dying under five (per 1 000 live births)
87
Probability of dying between 15 and 60 years m/f (per 1 000 population)
225/189
Total expenditure on health per capita (Intl $, 2009)
63
Total expenditure on health as % of GDP (2009)
2.6


In compare with World !

Access to sanitation 87% [57th of 129]
Birth rate, crude > per 1,000 people 26.1 per 1,000 people [67th of 195]
Children Underweight Rate 13% [6th of 95]
Contraception 24% [66th of 89]
Dependency ratio per 100 82 [39th of 166]
Drug access 50% [117th of 163]
expenditure per capita > current US$ 13.6 $ [170th of 186]
Hospital beds > per 1,000 people 0.7 per 1,000 people [60th of 149]
Infant mortality rate 74.43 [28th of 179]
Life expectancy at birth, total > years 64.86 years [121st of 194]
Malaria cases > per 100,000 58 [63rd of 94]
Physicians > per 1,000 people 0.74 per 1,000 people [17th of 148]
Probability of not reaching 40 20.1% [50th of 111]
Probability of reaching 65 > Male 56.9% [101st of 159]
Smoking prevalence, males > % of adults 36 % [6th of 42]
Spending > Per person 18 [108th of 133]
Tobacco > Cigarette consumption 564 [76th of 106]
Tobacco > Total adult smokers 22.5 [84th of 121]
Total expenditure on health as % of GDP 3.2% [172nd of 185]
Water availability 2,961 cubic meters [105th of 169]

 

Doctors at District Hospital Layyah !

Name
Cell No
Other
Home
Ameer Abdullah Samtia 
0300-6767880
414461
Anser Mehboob 
0333-6204199
411690
Sana Ahmed Jhaker 
0300-6761500
413063
Javaid Iqbal Bhutta
0300-6760804
413394
Zishan Ul Haq 
0301-7853900
412903
Rizwana Rafeeq
411274
Rehana Tariq
413470
Sajda Bibi
0334-6956776
Sami Ullah Tangwani 
0333-6204230
413180
Shaffi U Rehman Chishti 
0314-4459704
Tahir Iftikhar
0300-6760104
413404
Zafar Iqbal Mulghani 
0300-6761763
Abdul Majeed Girwan
410169
Amar Shahzad
0333-6203637
413637
Amir Sanbal
0331-6829199
410359
Aziz Ahmed Nadeem 
0300-6768391
Ghulam Mustafa Sheikh 
0300-6760260
411072
Ghulam Sirwar Awan
410864
Liaqat  Ali Chouhdery 
0302-876009
410229
Muhammad Yahya (Surgeon)  
0333-6202096
Muhammad Ramzan Wanda
0300-6764916
411624
Muhammad Iqbal Bhatti 
0301-7842125
414120
Muhammad Afzal Merany
0300-6766178
410878
Muhammad Anwar Chouhdery 
0302-8760843
410233
Muhammad Ameen Tariq
0300-6766425
411394
Muhammad Aslam Bhullar 
0333-6205365
410365
Muhammad Imran Loudhra 
0333-6205588
410934
Muhammad Azam (BTO)
0300-6760940
Miss Shafqat Abdullah
414461

 

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Jarah (Haddi Jore)

 

Welcome to Health & Cure Section at Layyah Online !

Health plays the key role in determining the human capital. Better health improves the efficiency and the productivity of the labour force, ultimately contributes the economic growth and leads to human welfare. To attain better, more skilful, efficient and productive human capital resources, governments subsidise the health care facilities for its people. In this regard, the public sector pays whole or some part of the cost of utilising health care services. The size and distribution of these in-kind transfers to health sector differs from country to country but the fundamental question is how much these expenditures are productive and effective? It very much depends on the volume and the distribution of these expenditures among the people of different areas of the country. Besides the nature of the existing circumstances of the human resource, any marginal change in public sector spending on health services may have positive impact on the human capital and economic growth.

Health generates positive externalities for the society as a whole, as well as the equity concerns that without public sector financial support only the wealthy segment of the population would be able to afford reasonable health care services. Lamiraud, et al. (2005) argued that social health protection is an important instrument aiming at fair burden sharing and reducing barrier underlining access to health care services.  Another good reason for the government spending in delivering basic health care services is to reduce burden of the diseases (BOD) in the productive years of the life. The social rate of return and the BOD force the policy-makers to transfer the public resources towards basic health care facilities.

According to the Economic Survey of Pakistan (2005-06), the government spent 0.75 percent of GDP on health sector in order to make its population more healthy and sturdy. In this regard, a number of vertical and horizontal programmes regarding health facilities are operative in Pakistan. The federally funded vertical programmes include: Lady Health Worker Programme; Malaria Control Programme; Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS Control Programme; National Maternal and Child Health Programme; the Expanded Programme on Immunisation; Cancer Treatment Programme; Food and Nutrition Programme, and; the Prime Minister Programme for Preventive and Control of Hepatitis A & B.