Super specialty hospital, to be ready soon: Taj
Filed Under: Media & Tech, World | Posted: 01/24/2013 at 4:53AM
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This was stated by Minister for Medical Education, Youth Services & Sports, Taj Mohi-ud-Din while reviewing the pace of completion of works on the hospital and state of preparedness in a meeting of faculty members of
The Minister took a detailed review of the preparations made for the operationalisation of the Super specialty hospital. He reviewed the status of the faculty, maintenance of the buildings, readiness of machinery equipment and other issues. He asked the hospital administration to recruit retired faculty members for the hospital on contact basis. He also asked hiring registrars and residents on walk in interview basis so that the hospital does not face any shortage of staff.
Taj said the proposed hospital would be the premier health institution of
The Minister assured the faculty members that Government will provide them all facilities needed and they won’t be left asking for the same. He directed digitization of medical records and posting of a Law Officer to the GMC,
Commissioner-Secretary, Health & Medical Education, M. K. Divewdi, Chief Engineer, R&B, Jammu, Tehseen Mustafa, Principal, GMC, Jammu, Dr. Aniece Choudhary, Medical Superintendent, SMGS, Dr. Manoj Chalotra, Medical Superintendent, Super specialty hospital, Jammu, Dr. Reyaz, heads of Departments and other senior doctors were present in the meeting.
Later, the Minister visited the Col. R. N. Chopra Nursing Home and directed its renovation and its opening for the patients. He also visited the emergency block of the GMC and went round Medical and surgical units besides ICU and emergency theatres.