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VIMSAR strike called up:Odisha Government has assured assured to install ultra modern health equipments worth around Rs 50 crore

Bhubaneswar: 4/8/17:The standoff between Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (VIMSAR) Director and students of the medical institute today came to an end after a meeting between the State health minister Pratap Jena, hospital administration and representatives of junior doctors association (JDA).

Speaking to media persons after the meeting Jena said, “We are all dedicated to transform VIMSAR into a developed healthcare institute and for that the government aims to develop new infrastructure. The government has assured to install ultra modern health equipments worth around Rs 50 crore so as to improve healthcare services. Improving patient-doctor relationship through better healthcare, ensuring academic quality of the medical college will also be emphasised.”

VIMSAR director Ashwini Pujahari said “Any misunderstanding that was blocking better judgement has been cleared after the meeting. We will strive to prevent any such standoff in future and work for the all round development of the medical institute,”

 

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