Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) Deputy Director/emergency section in-charge Dr Seemin Jamali suffered brain haemorrhage on Thursday afternoon. She was immediately rushed to a private hospital where she is said to be in stable condition. JPMC spokesman Ameer Hussain told Pakistan Today over the telephone from Lahore that Jamali had suffered brain haemorrhage and was admitted at the National Medical Centre. “I am out of city; therefore, I can’t inform you of the details. However, she did suffer brain haemorrhage and was rushed to a hospital,” Hussain said. JPMC Doctors’ Action Committee President Dr Sameer Qureshi said Jamali’s condition is stable, but she had yet to regain consciousness at the time this report was filed.