LAHORE CM Shahbaz Sharif will inaugurate the newly completed development projects at the Mayo Hospital in the third week of July. It was disclosed during the meeting of Mayo Hospitals steering committee chaired by Secretary Health Mohammad Jehanzeb Khan here on Wednesday. Briefing the participants, Medical Superintendent Dr Zahid Pervaiz informed that the up-gradation and modernization of Accident and Emergency Department was near completion, civil works has been completed at a cost of Rs 35.95 million and construction of ICUs was in progress. He further said that two new tube wells have been installed at a cost of Rs 6.281 million to provide clean drinking water to the patients. Rehabilitation of sewerage system around OPD block has been completed at Rs 2.2 million. Pavement around OPD block (tuff tiling) is also near completion. He said that landscaping in Mayo Hospital was also under progress and a green park on 2 acre piece of land was being developed. He said parking area for the consultants was also near completion. The meeting was also informed that renovation of central ICU, construction of HUB for the parking of wheel chairs and stretchers near A&E Department, construction of roads and pathways from A&E Department to Orthopaedic workshop and renovation / up-gradation of OPD Department and laboratory have been carried out with the financial assistance of philanthropists. These development works will be completed within next few weeks. He informed that PC-1 has been prepared for improvement of road network in the hospital, installation of gate at Nila Gumbad side and purchase of 64-slice CT Scanner machine.