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Odisha government appointed 10 senior bureaucrats as coordinating officers to oversee 13 medical colleges

Bhubaneswar: 30/10/19:The Odisha government on Wednesday appointed 10 senior bureaucrats as coordinating officers to oversee 13 medical colleges and hospitals in the state

They will take steps to improve overall performance, infrastructure, development and functioning of medical colleges and hospitals and to oversee the progress of proposed medical colleges.

Sl. No. Name of Medical College & Hospital Name of the Officer
1 Sundargarh Medical College & Hospital(NTPC)   Shri Suresh Ch. Mahapatra,IAS, DC-cum-ACS
2 Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Science & Research, Burla
3 Fakir Mohan Medical College & Hospital, Balasore     Shri Pradipta Kumar Mohapatra,IAS,APC
4 MKCG Medical College & Hospital, Berhampur
5 Government Medical College & Hospital, Keonjhar Shri Raj Kumar Sharma,IAS, ACS, Steel & Mines Deptt.
6 Jajpur Medical College & Hospital Dr.Mona Sharma,IAS, Principal Secretary, Forest & Environment Deptt.
7 Angul Medical College & Hospital (MCL) Smt. Anu Garg, IAS, Principal Secretary, Labour & ESI & W&CD Department
8 Kandhamal Medical College &Hospital   Shri Nikunja Bihari Dhal,IAS, Principal Secretary, Revenue & D.M. Department.
9 Santha Bhim Bhoi Medical College & Hospital, Bolangir
10 Saheed Laxman Naik Medical College & Hospital, Koraput Shri A.K.K.Meena,IAS,  Principal Secretary, Finance
11 Pandit Raghunath Murmu Medical College &Hospital, Baripada, Mayurbhanj Shri Surendra Kumar, IAS, Principal Secretary, Water Resources Department
12 Government Medical College & Hospital, Bhawanipatna Shri Hemant Sharma,IAS, Commr.-cum-Secretary, Industries Department.
13 Shree Jagannath Medical College &Hospital, Puri Dr.Krishan Kumar,IAS, Secretary, Works Department.

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