A new app with GPS-guided routing will come in handy for patients and their kin who find it difficult to negotiate the nearly 50 clinical departments and centres spread across the 107.6-acre main campus of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences... read more
An aerial view of newly constructed All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Jhajjar, Haryana that houses the National Cancer Institure (NCI). The NCI is the first in a nationwide grid of high-end public hospitals being developed to offer affordable and quality cancer treatment at the district level.
A delegation of Junior Doctors’ Association (JDA) on Monday met RIMS director in-charge Dr Manju Gadi, additional director M Barnbal and superintendent Dr Vivek Kashyap on Wednesday afternoon and handed over the notice about boycott of OPD and indefinite... read more
The 710-bed NCI hospital opened its OPD services around five years after its foundation stone was laid by the then prime minister Manmohan Singh in 2014. The hospital is expected to be fully operational by December 2020. read more
Poor infrastructure with lack of space for the elderly to sit, shortage of doctors, their alleged rude behaviour and no system to ensure that all registered patients are examined and given medicines the same day are some of the issues ailing the wellness... read more
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that government is making efforts to open the Out Patient Department (OPD) section in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). He said, “The dream of AIIMS hospital will no longer remain a dream for people. We are making efforts to start the OPD section in AIIMS by January or February 2019. We are also making efforts to start MBBS classes in 2020. Eight new Super Specialty Wards in BRD College will be built by the end of this month.” Yogi Adityanath inaugurated various projects in Gorakhpur. (HT Correspondent)read more
The 15-bed centre currently has three patients admitted and over 10 patients are taking treatment through OPD. It has been learnt that all patients were addicted to ‘Chitta’, a synthetic intoxicant and were between 18 to 35 years of age. read more
A reality check at the health centres in the periphery of the state capital revealed that primary health centres (PHCs) avoided taking such cases, while the community health centres (CHCs) issued a warning that patients might be referred to another hospital... read more