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MYH 24-hour helpline launched

A ROUND the clock help line was started on the occasion of the silver anniversary of the States biggest health facility-Maharaja Yeshwant Rao Hospital (MYH) on Monday.

india Updated: Oct 24, 2006 00:07 IST

A ROUND the clock help line was started on the occasion of the silver anniversary of the States biggest health facility-Maharaja Yeshwant Rao Hospital (MYH) on Monday.

The 24-hour helpline started by Junior Doctors Association (JDA) and class III and IV Employees Association began functioning from 7 pm.

Patients from Indore and 15 nearby districts would directly benefit from this helpline as they would be able to receive
information and guidance thus helping solve their problems.

The common public can also avail of this facility and complaints against JDA or the Employees Association would also be received for ready redressal on this helpline.

An unknown donor has donated the SIM and Manoj Tiwari has provided the handsets in the memory of Rakesh Vajpayee. The
ublic can call on numbers 9993290018 and 9993290038, which would be in the supervision of State JDA general secretary Dr Anand Rai and Employee Association secretary Satish Rewal.  The hospital was decorated with 2006 lamps on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.