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Doctors and Medical personnel should bring change in their thinking and attitude: CM Kamal Nath

Friday - February 21, 2020 10:02 pm , Category : HEALTH


CM Dedicates and lays Foundation of hospital related 80 construction works worth Rs. 42 crore 
 
Bhopal 21 Feb 2020: The Chief Minister Kamal Nath said that doctors and medical staff should bring change in their thinking and attitude, so that new medical techniques and resources can be better utilized in people’s interest. He said that medical service should not be treated as profession but it should be done in the spirit of social service. Kamal Nath was addressing the medical personnel in Chhindwara after dedicating and laying foundation of 80 works including health centers and staff quarters of hospitals worth Rs. 42 crore 36 lakh in the District Hospital complex in Chhindwara.

Kamal Nath said that Chhindwara district has become a medical hub after the establishment of medical college here. Its direct benefit is now being extended not only to Chhindwara but also to the citizens of Seoni, Balaghat, Betul and Narsinghpur districts. He said that now the citizens of these districts do not have to go to other metros for health services.

Speaking on the occasion, Nakul Nath said that the Chief Minister has now expanded the health services at the block and rural level in Chhindwara district. This will provide better health facilities to the needy and now they will not have to go to the district headquarters and the metros for minor health related problems.

The Minister for Public Health and Family Welfare Tulsi Ram Silawat said that on the lines of Chhindwara model, the whole of Madhya Pradesh is moving towards development. Health and other essential public facilities are being extended to rural areas. This will definitely provide relief to the common man. He informed that the shortage of doctors and medical staff in the Health Department is being addressed.

On this occasion, District In-Charge and Minister for Public Health Engineering Sukhdev Panse, Former Minister Deepak Saxena, Former President of Madhya Pradesh Bar Association Gangaprasad Tiwari, Member of State Agriculture Advisory Council Vishwanath Okte and Principal Secretary Health Smt. Pallavi Jain Govil were present.

Performs Puja-Archana at Pataleshwar Dham

On the pious occasion of Maha Shivratri, the Chief Minister Kamal Nath performed Puja-Archana at Pataleshwar Dham and prayed for the happiness and prosperity of the state. He was accompanied by MP Nakul Nath and Minister In-Charge of the district Sukhdev Panse. Window to News