Sui Field Hospital

Sui Field Hospital (SFH) constructed and operated by PPL for provision of healthcare facilities to its employees in 1956 however, population of surrounding communities i.e. 40% of total annual turnout is also provided free of cost healthcare facility at SFH.

This fully equipped hospital is staffed with 23 male, female doctors & surgeons, 13 nurses and over 20 paramedics. Besides, SFH has 24-hour emergency where healthcare is provided to trauma and accident patients. About 300,000 patients are provided consultation, treatment and medicine at OPD whereas, 700 surgical procedure and 3,000 patients are provided treatment for various ailments each year.

Mobile Medical Dispensary

To provide primary healthcare to marginalized communities living around operational areas, PPL initiated Mobile Dispensary Services (MDS) in Sui, Mazarani and Kandhkot in 2002, 2005 and 2010, respectively.

Fully-equipped mobile medical dispensary (MMD) regularly visit more than 15 villages/ locations around SGF, Kandhkot and Mazarani fields on daily basis to provide free healthcare facility to locals population of these areas. Approximately 100 to 150 patients provided free of cost consultation, treatment and medicine through MMDs. A dedicated doctor, together with an assistant, is available on board.

PPL Public Welfare Hospital

50-bedded PPL Public Welfare Hospital, Sui is a major addition to PPL’s community healthcare portfolio completed with over Rs 350 million on the land donated by Government of Baluchistan (GoB) which became functional in 2013. The hospital is one of the facilities in district i.e. fully equipped and state of the art equipment.

To smoothly operate PPL PWHS, the Company continuously supporting this facility and annually providing funds for repair & maintenance, salary of specialist, free meal for patients and medicine.

The GoB is operating the hospital under the guidance of an independent Board of Governors (BoG), comprising Director General, Health Services, GoB as Chairman, Deputy Commissioner, District Dera Bugti, Executive District Officer (Health), District Dera Bugti and one representative from Frontier Corps Baluchistan as members as well as three representatives from PPL and a Medical Superintendent.

Presently, out-patient, emergency and Mother  & Child facilities are fully functional and caters over 300 patients on daily basis.  Hiring of specialist is underway by GoB and the hospital will be fully functional. 

Surgical Eye Camps

PPL holds Annual surgical eye camps for the population living in the surrounding areas of its production fields i.e. Sui, Dera Bugti, Adhi, Kandhkot, Mazarani, Shahdadpur

At each camp, over 1,500 patients are provided free of cost consultation, treatment medicine at OPD. Whereas, spectacles for near and distance vision provided to over 750 patients and surgeries of more than 150 patients carried at each camp for cataract removal and other ophthalmological diseases. Cost

Triple Merger Centers 

 PPL adopted Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre’s Triple Merger Centres at Turbat and Panjgur in Baluchistan and Kandhkot in Sindh in 2005 for four years however, keeping in view the importance and requirement of this service in the area support to these is continued.

The centres extend diagnosis and treatment for leprosy, blindness and tuberculosis to local communities. Since adoption 4,000 poor patients of leprosy 10,000 of blindness and 8000 TB patients have been benefitted through TMCs Kandhkot, Turbat and Kech.  These patients were provided free of cost consultation, treatment and medicines.

Thalassemia Diagnostic, Prevention and Research Centre 

To strengthen research for prevention and early diagnosis of Thalassemia, PPL supported District Government Badin in Sindh to develop Thalassemia Diagnostic, Prevention and Research Centre (TDPRC) at Thalassemia Care Centre. PPL provided Rs 13 million for construction, equipment and development of laboratory and library for TDPRC presently, 85 percent work has been completed and this building is at finishing stage.