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Rooms of resident doctors using ACs and heaters could be cancelled: PGI

According to a circular issued by the hostel warden (men), it has been observed that there have been frequent power breakdowns at the hostels due to high power consuming heating appliances. PGI has also warned residents against subletting rooms.

Plea to take possession of Sarangpur land: VP Singh Badnore assures PGIMER of help

The PGI officials suggested Badnore that the UT can hand over the land to the institute and a decision on the cost can be taken simultaneously.

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Chandigarh: PGI marks World Environment Day

World Environment Day is celebrated every year on June 5 to create awareness about environmental issues and India is the global host country for 2018. The theme of this year is ‘Beat Plastic Pollution,’ which aims to combat single-use plastic pollution.

Chandigarh: Four months on, no clue on identity of accident victim lying in PGI corridor

The patient, said to be in his thirties, was referred to PGI’s Advance Trauma Centre with a head injury by GMCH-32. He has been in hospital since November 5, 2017, and operated upon immediately and kept under observation ever since.

PGIMER headache: Biomedical waste piling up at institute

The biomedical waste is piling up at the institute as no firm has been coming forward to lift it for the last six months despite the institute floating multiple tenders.

System in place to reduce duration PGI doctors get emails every week about patient’s long stay

Sources in the PGI told Chandigarh Newsline that the automatic update system has been linked to the registration counter of the emergency and trauma centre of the institute

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PGI to hold interviews next month to fill 83 vacant faculty posts

PGI public relations officer said the sanctioned faculty posts for the institute is 554, while the filled posts are 466 at present.

Former PGI director and head of department for Hepatology, retires

“He developed the specialty of Hepatology to such an extent that the first liver ICU was made and the first DM course in Hepatology was started in PGI," said a statement issued by PGI.

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research: Skin bank facility at health hub soon

Inaugurating the symposium, PGI director Jagat Ram assured the department of all possible help. A statement said burn injuries continue to be a challenging problem across the globe, but more so in developing countries like India.

Doctors unite against antibiotic resistance

The group has been named as CAR — Combat Antimicrobial Resistance. A statement issued by the CAR on Thursday said that the group has come into existence to stand united against the growing menace of antibiotic resistance.

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