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Vacancies in de-addiction centres to be filled within

A day after the Punjab cabinet decided to fill 214 posts in the three state-level drug de-addiction centres in Amritsar,Jalandhar and Patiala,Minister for Medical Education and Research Chunni Lal Bhagat said the process will be completed within three months.

State health team visits Civil Hospital,inspection held

The advisor to the Government of Punjab for Health and Medical Education visited the Civil Hospital on Sunday and carried out an inspection of the hospital.

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Former health services DG to lead MCI board of governors

Former director general of health services Dr R K Srivastav will be the new chairman of the board of governors (BoG) of the Medical Council of India.

20 new medical colleges in country this year

As many as 20 new medical colleges,including nine in the public sector,will be opened this year,the chairman of the Board of Governors of the Medical Council of India,Dr K K Talwar,announced on Sunday.

ATC to begin operations on Monday

PGIMER Operation theatres to be finally handed over to authorities on April 9 after much-needed structural repairs

PGI’s Advanced Trauma Centre to be fully functional on Monday

After a wait of more than a year,PGIMER’s long awaited Advanced Trauma Centre is set to become fully functional by Monday

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PGI’s heart transplant facility moves a step closer to reality

The much awaited heart transplant programme at the region’s tertiary care institute,PGIMER,has moved a step closer to reality.

‘We plan to send medicine graduates to rural areas under NRHM’

I would say it was an extremely enriching and humbling experience for me both as a medical professional and as a person.

51 DMCH students get degrees

The annual convocation of Dayanand Medical College and Hospital,Ludhiana,was held at Dumra Auditorium today.

PGI mulls outsourcing transport facility

Express News Service Chandigarh,December 19 PGI’s transport facility,including the free shuttle service for patients to travel between one block to another,may soon be outsourced if a proposal sent to the PGI director gets approved. Similar proposal was also mooted in the past during the tenure of Dr K K Talwar when he was the director of the institute. At that time,he had shot down the proposal. The department of Hospital Administration has moved the file for the provision of a more efficient transport service. “Once the proposal is accepted,the institute will get sufficient drivers and vehicles to ply for the convenience of those who visit PGI and have to walk for kilometres to reach from one block to another,” said an official of the department. The hospital is considering paying the outsourced drivers on the basis of the number of hours that they will be on the job. In 2006 when the proposal was first mooted,it did not get the approval from the Standing Finance Committee. Moreover,the amount calculated for the proposal was Rs 200 per hour.

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