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03 April 2018 | News

The interactive session was organized as part of Medanta’s continuous efforts to promote medical knowledge which has a direct impact on patients

In continuation of its commitment to bringing world-class healthcare to all citizens, Medanta - The Medicity’s Division of Peripheral Vascular and Endovascular Sciences, Gurugram organized a Scientific Interaction Programme for the medical practitioners across Jammu.

The interactive session was organized as part of Medanta’s continuous efforts to promote medical knowledge which has a direct impact on patients in Association with VSICON 2018 & Department of CTVS Govt Medical College Jammu, Association of Hospital Administration (AHA) and Academy of Hospital Administrations, Jammu.

Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat was chief guest on the occasion.

The well-known Vascular Surgeon, Dr. Rajiv Parakh, Chairman, Peripheral Vascular and Endovascular Sciences at Medanta shared new advancements and innovations in vascular surgery for treating diabetic foot and aneurysms.

The health Minister said that such programmes are very useful for the local doctors which help them in updating their knowledge in advancements in their fields. He urged the doctors to take advantage of the event and utilize the knowledge for best patient care.

He lauded the endeavors of Medanta Group for promoting healthcare and providing specialized OPD services for the patients in Jammu.

He urged the group to invest in healthcare sector in Jammu and Kashmir and supplement government efforts in providing quality healthcare to the people of this State.

He said Government is keen to promote private sector under PPP mode and all leading health providers of the country are welcome to set up their ventures in Jammu and Kashmir for which the Government will extend them necessary support.

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