Work on 11 new medical colleges to start this year

PATNA: While presenting the state price range on Tuesday, deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi stated work on building of 11 new scientific colleges at Chhapra, Purnia, Samastipur, Begusarai, Sitamarhi, Vaishali, Jhanjharpur, Siwan, Buxar, Bhojpur and Jamui would begin this 12 months. Modi, who additionally holds the finance portfolio, stated building work of a dental school at Rahui in Nalanda would additionally begin in 2019-20 fiscal.

He stated a unit of National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) would be set up on the premises of Nalanda Medical College and Hospital (NMCH). The NCDC, which will be equipped with an in-house laboratory, will do research within the field of rising and re-emerging sicknesses.

Modi stated work on building of a 100-bed state most cancers institute on the premises of Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (IGIMS), Patna, would be finished in subsequent 20 months. The institute will get a hold of an expenditure of Rs 138 crore.

A 3-phase motion plan entailing an expenditure of Rs 5,540.07 crore is underway to become the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) into a world-class hospital assembly global healthcare requirements. Funds for the aim have been sanctioned via the state authorities and building of the elemental construction of the construction will begin this 12 months, Modi stated.


The price range additionally promised free distribution of 310 new medications for most cancers, diabetes and different sicknesses at more than a few well being institutes across the state. A provision to offer free surgical apparatus at hospitals used to be made on this 12 months’s Budget.


In order to urge skilled nurses within the well being fraternity, the federal government has sanctioned established order of 54 auxiliary nurse midwifery (ANM) colleges and 23 basic nursing midwifery (GNM) colleges across the state.


Deliberating on the Centre’s ‘Ayushmaan Bharat Yojana’, Modi stated around 2.51 golden playing cards have been issued to beneficiaries for cashless treatment across 550 authorities and 52 non-government hospitals within the state. The state authorities may also supply free dialysis facility to beneficiaries at district stage below Prime Minister National Dialysis Programme in 2019-20 fiscal, he stated.


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