In 2014, they went to Jammu to try out an ayurvedic doctor. “We were there for six months, but it didn’t help at all,” says Suraj.
Mahaveri is a resident of Mandi village in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh. Her treatment at PGI started in 2014.
It all began with a minor infection in 1994. Today, Pawan Kumar, 44, from Jammu is fighting a difficult battle against kidney failure.
Interestingly, when the incident had happened, the PGI administration had neither sent food samples from the canteen for testing nor imposed any fine on the contractor.
Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research’s move to help outstation patients.
The PGI’s trauma centre, according to the doctors, has witnessed an increase of patients compared to the last year.
A visit to new OPD on Monday revealed that patients continue to stand in long queues to collect their reports.
Hundreds applied for the test, but many students were left disappointed as the exam was conducted in English and not in Hindi.
On the 53rd Foundation Day, Dr Y K Chawla, the PGIMER director, shares with Chandigarh Newsline the plans he has for the institute to make it more patient-friendly.
In 2014, the PGI administration filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the orders of the high court.
Every 15 minutes, the workers have to perform the task to manually rotate the waste that is burning inside the incinerator.
Each of PGI’s two incinerators has the capacity to burn 170 kg of biomedical waste an hour.
To assess quality of groundwater of city, around 80 water samples from various parts of city were collected.
This year, until May, 18,906 cases were examined at the ATC. Accident cases were 4,733 and majority of them, that is 3697, were from Chandigarh.
Meant for liver transplants, but nine such surgeries conducted since 2010 were performed in another building.