Delhi government: The Delhi government has decided to set up a “world-class” medical collage in Dwarka to increase health care workers, and the admission process will begin in 2025, the City Health Department said on Friday.
In addition, a 600-bed maternal and child care hospital with state-of-the-art equipment will be built on the campus of Indira Gandhi Hospital in Dwarka Sector 9 to ensure better baby care.
Health Minister Satyendar Jain of Delhi said the government of Arvind Kejriwal is continuously working to provide better health care to its citizens and strengthen its public health infrastructure.
“The number of beds in public hospitals will increase rapidly over the next few years. We are also working to expand the capacity of various hospitals. The Kejiwar government is working on that goal and will serve people. We are devoted to it, which provides affordable and quality medical care to the people of Delhi, “he said in a statement released by the Department of Health.
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The Delhi government has decided to establish an Indira Gandhi Hospital and a medical association. The campus will be built in Sector 17 to help Delhi emerge as a leader in the field of medical education and to strengthen the city’s medical infrastructure.
Dr. BL Chaudhary, director of the hospital, said: This benefits successful students and society as a whole. Outstanding students who cannot afford the tuition fees of a private medical university will be able to fulfill their dreams in the medical field by having the opportunity to secure a seat at this public medical university. He added that young people would not have to go abroad for medical research.
The medical college is considering introducing various courses in medicine and health sciences, and plans to complete the construction of the campus by 2025, the department said.
Initially, only MBBS courses are offered. However, he added that other medical degree courses such as MD, MS, and DM will be offered shortly, with particular emphasis on research as well as research.
Admission to this collage will be conducted through NEET by a National Testing Institute with 125 seats in the first session. The admission process is completely transparent and the faculty is of a high standard, the statement said.
Dwarka’s Indira Gandhi Hospital is a city-run hospital with the same facilities as a private multi-specialty hospital, the Department of Health said.
Health Minister Jain of Delhi said a major overhaul of the city’s medical infrastructure has taken place over the past seven years. Not only is the infrastructure in place in the medical field, “new doctors are being prepared and trained, and the number of beds is increasing,” he added.
He said that with the establishment of a new facility, Delhi could create a new “army of doctors” and the university also dreamed of becoming a doctor, but “enrolled for exorbitant fees in folk medicine. We will provide employment opportunities to students who could not be secured. ” Collage”.
Special attention will be pay to research and research at Indira Gandhi Hospital, “emerges as a driving force for research and innovation,” he said.
Some of the Indira Gandhi Hospitals built by the Delhi government remain vacant, and the government has decided to build a maternal and child welfare hospital on top of it in the future. Here, the statement states that care for infants after childbirth will be improved.
The patient is already receiving emergency medical care at the hospital. Currently, the hospital has an OPD gynecologist, as well as gynecologists in the departments of medicine, pediatrics, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, dermatology, surgery, and physiotherapy. Officials said recently that paramedics were reopened at the hospital as well. PTI KND IJT
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