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Nadda assures all assistance to Bihar for improving health scenario

Nadda assures all assistance to Bihar for improving health scenario

Patna: Union Health Minister JP Nadda assured all assistance to Bihar for improving medical and healthcare facilities, saying paucity of funds would not be allowed to become any hurdle in providing quality treatment to the people of the state.

Mr Nadda while speaking at a function organised to mark the inauguration of the hospital for treatment of tropical disease here, said that Centre was prepared to provide all possible assistance to Bihar government in its endeavour to improve health care facilities in the state.
Under the present regime, a lot of efforts were being made in Bihar to improve quality of treatment in government hospitals, he added.

Union Minister said that services of retired doctors would also be utilised to tone up the treatment facilities in government hospitals particularly premier institutes like All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Patna.

Sincere efforts were being made to solved the problem of shortage of faculties in Patna AIIMS, he said adding that it would soon get the services of 91 faculties.

Source: UNI
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    DR Hanuman Prasad January 23, 2018, 1:08 am

    Unless we put 6% of our GDP , health of the nation would be in doldrums.Government should lessen the expenditure on bureaucracy , on wasteful policies giving rise to NREGA etc. and spend sensibly say on health. To increase the number of specialists we should increase PG seats and allow recognition of foreign PG candidates.

  2. Yes ,inclusion of highly trained specialists from abroad can solve the problem to a certain extent , would bring world class expertise to India.We need to go away with our\” licence raj\” mentality and ease the laws a bit to allow the influx of specialists.This is the need of the hour!!

  3. Naddaji, kindly allow foreign educated postgraduates , I am telling you the problem of lack of superspecialists and specialists at AIIMS level would be solved to a large extent.
    Many highly educated Indians from European Union countries working at academic institutes , with world class qualifications, with years of experience, with publications etc. would love to serve the academic institutions of India and enrich India by further educating Indian doctors with world class skills.

    We need to allow foreign educated Indian postgraduate doctors to get specialist registration or so called \”registration of additional qualifications \” with MCI .Or put clear provisions to register Indian citizens with foreign postgraduate degrees with specialist registration. For undergraduate level the screening test has to be continued to screen doctors.