Patna To Receive Better Health Care Facility Informs Health Minister

by Medindia Content Team on  December 5, 2005 at 2:55 PM Indian Health News   - G J E 4
Patna To Receive Better Health Care Facility Informs Health Minister
The Health minister Mr. Chandra Mohan Rai spoke to the press about improvising the health care facilities at Patna in the near future. He said that the city needs more hospitals with ICUs and ambulance facilities 24-hour health care services, which are easily accessible by the public.

He put forth the idea about giving certain sectors in the health care department to the private authorities. He also mentioned that the chief minister Mr. Nitish Kumar is also having a keen interest in providing the best health care to the people of Patna. Later the health care Secretory Mr. Deepak Kumar told the press about the plans of the government in the construction of eleven new district hospitals and 20 sub-divisional hospitals for the benefit of the common man.

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Bihar has some of the best doctor practising in some of the worst hospitals. I hope the new govt shows some committment. The last govt failed to pay salary to teachers and doctors for many yrs and this put many of them in despair. lalu managed to take Bihar atlast 20 years back in time. I am not sure if it will ever recover.
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