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Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], September 6 (ANI): The Parliamentary Standing Committee (PSC) on Well being and Household Welfare Monday started its three-day research tour in Jammu and Kashmir to fulfill all stakeholders to obtain suggestions.
The Committee will examine varied medical services and work together with medical doctors, paramedics and sufferers to get suggestions with regard to its subject material, in response to an official assertion.
The PSC, headed by its chairman Ram Gopal Yadav, Member of Parliament (MP) with members from each the homes of Parliament (Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha), would meet a number of stakeholders to obtain suggestions on the topic issues of Implementation of Ayushman Bharat; Psychological Well being in up to date occasions; Medical Gadgets: Regulation and Management; Affordability of Most cancers remedy; and Vaccine Growth, Distribution Administration and Mitigation of Pandemic COVID-19.
On this regard, the Standing Committee at present visited Authorities Medical School (GMC) Srinagar the place it was briefed concerning the functioning of the faculty and its eight related hospitals throughout the Kashmir division.
Further Chief Secretary Well being and Medical Training, Vivek Bhardwaj; Head of Division, Division of Group Drugs, Dr Salim Khan, Heads of Departments, Medical Superintendents of GMC related hospitals, senior professors, medical doctors and different involved officers had been additionally current on the event.
On the outset, Principal GMC Srinagar, Prof (Dr) Samia Rashid gave an elaborative presentation over the functioning of the faculty and its related hospitals.
The Committee members had been briefed concerning the educational actions, sanctioned energy and its related hospitals, specialities out there on the hospitals, moreover work accomplished up to now three years particularly in the course of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The committee was additional knowledgeable concerning the up-gradation because the final two years which embrace Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU), Operation Theatres, Specialised gear, Cath Lab, ECHO services, Kidney transplant, and extra oxygen on the hospitals. (ANI)
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