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National Centers of Aging to Care for the Elderly People to be Set Up in Delhi, Chennai

by Bidita Debnath on  July 22, 2015 at 3:04 AM General Health News   - G J E 4
Health Minister, J P Nadda stated in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha that two National Centers of Aging to care for the elderly people are being set up at the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi and Madras Medical College (MMC) Chennai.
 National Centers of Aging to Care for the Elderly People to be Set Up in Delhi, Chennai
National Centers of Aging to Care for the Elderly People to be Set Up in Delhi, Chennai
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The National Centers of Aging will be apex level state-of-art multi-disciplinary institutions in the field of Geriatric Medicine.

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They will provide daily outpatient services in various clinical disciplines and Special clinics, day care centre for investigation, rehabilitation, respite care, dementia care, continence care. 200 bedded in-patient care for intensive care, acute rehabilitation, diagnostic and therapeutic service and long term rehabilitation service, will be established at the Centers.

The Centers will have provision for services from complementary and alternative medicine in collaboration with the Department of AYUSH to provide a holistic approach of healthcare. Besides clinical service, these centers will also undertake activities related to training, education and research.

The charges for patient care will be at par with the rates applicable to other patients treated at the Institutes.

Source: ANI
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