Min health content with the advancement of the work of Tura Medical College



TURA, October 1: Minister of Health and Family Welfare James PK Sangma on Friday expressed satisfaction with the progress of work on the construction site of Tura Medical College and said the government du Meghalaya was determined and was working hard with the Ministry of Health to ensure that the facility was brought up to speed quickly.
The inspection of the construction site was intended to review its progress and examine any concerns, if any, that could threaten its completion. The inspection was conducted in the presence of the Director of Health Services, Dr Aman War, GHADC President Rakesh Sangma and other health officials.
Sangma, while expressing his satisfaction with the work being done at the site, said the college when completed would be of great benefit to young people in the area.
Stating that young people, who wanted to venture into the medical industry, had to seek admission out of state for far too long, Sangma said having a fully functioning medical school in the State would not only boost the morale of young people, but also mark Meghalaya. as one of the many states that can boast of having their own medical school.
James also informed that the government, together with the Department of Health, is working hard to ensure that health-related programs reach and benefit the people in the event of a medical emergency. He added that these programs would help people in a medical emergency so that they do not have to face hardships while seeking medical help for themselves and their families. Meanwhile, during his visit on the same day, Sangma also reviewed the various health related programs that are available with the health officials at Circuit House in Tura.
Earlier Thursday, James Sangma had inspected various health centers to identify areas in need of immediate improvement.
The Minister of Health, during his visit to Mawsynram Block, was made aware of the unavailability of doctors and emergency services at Mawsynram PHC.
With that, the Minister of Health assured the necessary government support to resolve the problem.
James then met with members of the Sawsymper unit at the nuclear power plant who submitted a memorandum, calling for the transformation of the Sawsymper health sub-center into a PHC. Members of the nuclear power plant’s Dangar unit also submitted a memorandum, requesting that Dangar PHC be upgraded to CHC.
The Minister of Health also inspected the construction site of Lawbah PHC and Ryngku PHC.



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