Assam: GMCH to get new paying cabin block soon
The state is all set to get better medical infrastructures and a new medical college
The medical scenario of Assam is soon to get better after some commendable changes in the near future. The Guwahati Medical College and Hospital will get a new paying cabin block with 200 beds.
Assam Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma directed the Public Works Department (PWD) to speed up the work of construction of the new block within the GMCH campus.
After reviewing the work progress at the hospital along with the senior officials there, Dr Sarma in a tweet said that the Cardio-Neuro Centre at the hospital is likely to be opened for the public by February next year.
It was added that once the Cardio-Neuro Centre becomes functional, the departments of cardiology, neurology, cardiac surgery and neurosurgery will be completely shifted from GMCH to the new hospital.He added that once the Cardio-Neuro Centre becomes functional, the departments of cardiology, neurology, cardiac surgery and neurosurgery will be completely shifted from GMCH to the new hospital.
Mansukh Mandaviya, the Union Health and Family Welfare Minister on November 22, directed all the senior authorities to complete the remaining construction work of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Changsari within the upcoming six months.
Mandiviya said this after he reviewed the status of the ongoing construction work of the AIIMS Guwahati.
The Union Health and Family Minister also suggested appointing an IAS Officer as the Deputy Director of the AIIMS to oversee the work.
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