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Dialysis facility soon at Silchar civil hospital

By STAFF Correspondent

SILCHAR, Dec 3 - In a major development to health services in Cachar district, SM Dev Civil Hospital will soon have dialysis facilities for patients suffering from kidney ailment. This was informed by Silchar MLA Dilip Kumar Paul.

Paul, who is also the chairman of the hospital management committee said, �the Government is aware about the need for better health facilities here and soon a dialysis facility for patients with kidney-related complications shall start in the hospital for which State Minister of Health Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma has given his nod.�

Taking stock of the developmental works at the Civil hospital, Paul also expressed his concern on the lack of doctors and overall infrastructure uplift required for the hospital. However, with more medical colleges coming up across the State, the crisis for doctors and medical staff shall been addressed, Paul hoped.

Meanwhile, the legislator distributed Rs12.5 lakh among the hospital staff out of Rs 50 lakh which the hospital had won under Kaayakalap State award recently.

The move of the legislator has been appreciated appreciated by all.

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Dialysis facility soon at Silchar civil hospital

SILCHAR, Dec 3 - In a major development to health services in Cachar district, SM Dev Civil Hospital will soon have dialysis facilities for patients suffering from kidney ailment. This was informed by Silchar MLA Dilip Kumar Paul.

Paul, who is also the chairman of the hospital management committee said, �the Government is aware about the need for better health facilities here and soon a dialysis facility for patients with kidney-related complications shall start in the hospital for which State Minister of Health Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma has given his nod.�

Taking stock of the developmental works at the Civil hospital, Paul also expressed his concern on the lack of doctors and overall infrastructure uplift required for the hospital. However, with more medical colleges coming up across the State, the crisis for doctors and medical staff shall been addressed, Paul hoped.

Meanwhile, the legislator distributed Rs12.5 lakh among the hospital staff out of Rs 50 lakh which the hospital had won under Kaayakalap State award recently.

The move of the legislator has been appreciated appreciated by all.