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Bhopal Memorial Hospital to be developed as P.G. institute

Tuesday - June 25, 2019 4:09 pm , Category : MADHYA PRADESH

Proposal to operate through state will be sent to Government of India

Bhopal, June 24: Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre (BMHRC), will be developed as a P.G. Institute and a proposal regarding running it through the state will be sent to the Government of India. Chief Minister Kamal Nath gave this directive at a review meeting of the Medical Education Department held at the Mantralaya today. Chief Minister told to conduct a comparative study of Madhya Pradesh and other states in the field of medical education. Medical Education Minister Dr. Vijay Laxmi Sadho was present in the meeting.

Reviewing the progress of ongoing construction works in the Government Hamidia Hospital, Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that in this regard, the report should be given in the next seven days so that the hindrances during construction could be removed immediately. The Chief Minister told to set up a policy to provide services of doctors studying in government and other hospitals in rural areas.

In order to provide medicines, equipment, supplies and services as per requirement to the hospitals under the Medical Education Department, Nath said that a Medical Education Corporation on the lines of Madhya Pradesh Public Health Service Corporation Ltd. Should be formed. The Chief Minister asked the medical colleges to genearte at least 10 percent of their income from their own sources in order to provide better medical services.

Chief Minister gave instructions to collect information and to study about salaries paid to doctors and other facilities besides development of medical facilities with private-public-partnership in other states. He also gave instructions to establish police post in medical colleges for security of doctors and to maintain law and order in each hospital campus.

Moreover, He said that appointments should be made as per the requirement for proper running of the Super Specialty Hospital, Indore by deciding the posts so that all the super specialty services could be started in it.

Chief Secretary S.R. Mohanty, Principal Secretary Medical Education Shivshekhar Shukla and Senior Officers were present at the meeting.- Window To News