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SKIMS, GMC Sgr, associated hospitals suffered loss of Rs 625 cr in 2014-floods

Minister for Health & Medical Education Bali Bhagat today said that SKIMS, Government Medical College Srinagar and its associated hospitals suffered losses of Rs 625.78 crore during the devastating September 2014 floods. While replying to a question of Qaiser Jamsheed Lone, the Minister said GMC Srinagar and its associated hospitals suffered loss of Rs. 267.96 crore, SKIMS Rs. 322.74 crore, ... Read More »

Recruitment process of doctors, paramedical staff underway: Bali Bhagat

100 bedded hospital coming up at Nowshera, additional 50 bedded blocks at SDH Sunderbani  Srinagar, June 01: Minister for Health and Medical Education, Mr. Bali Bhagat today said that government has initiated the process of rationalization of staff to fill the shortage of doctors and other para medical staff in government hospitals adding that vacant posts of medicos and para medicos ... Read More »

ISM Bandipora holds Mega Medical Camp

Conducts check up, distributes free medicines SUHAIL RATHORE BANDIPORA, May 28: A daylong AYUSH Mega Health Camp was organized by Indian System of Medicines, Bandipora at village Rampora Rajpora in the out skirts of Village Kehnoosa in Bandipora district. The camp was inaugurated by District Nodal Officer Bandipora, Dr Iftihkaar Hussain whileas senior doctor Majid Khan,elderly citizens and other people ... Read More »

Unauthorized clinics, diagnostic labs to be closed: Bali Bhagat

15 hospitals provided with CT scan facilities SRINAGAR, MAY 28- Minister for Health & Medical Education Bali Bhagat today said that government will soon take action a unauthorized clinics and diagnostic labs in the state. The Minister was replying to a question by Ashok Khajuria. The Minister informed the House that district hospitals in the state are already being equipped ... Read More »

45% of Kashmir’s population faces mental distress, says study

  The Hindu New Delhi, May 20: Due to exposure to traumatic events, over 1.8 million adults — or 45% of Jammu & Kashmir’s population — suffer from some degree of mental distress, according to one of the largest mental health surveys conducted by the medical humanitarian organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), in the region. Ten per cent of these ... Read More »

45% of Kashmir’s population faces mental distress, says study

  The Hindu New Delhi, May 20: Due to exposure to traumatic events, over 1.8 million adults — or 45% of Jammu & Kashmir’s population — suffer from some degree of mental distress, according to one of the largest mental health surveys conducted by the medical humanitarian organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), in the region. Ten per cent of these ... Read More »

  ‘Rebuked’ by Minister, Pattan traders blocked road for hours

Pattan, May 19, CNS: Traders community from North Kashmir’s Pattan townThursday blocked Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road for hours after Minister of State for Health Aasiya Naqash according to them rebuked a trader when he tried to oppose the Minister’s order to get the Sub-District Hospital shifted to Trauma Hospital Pattan.     Eyewitnesses told CNS that MoS Health Aasiya Naqash was aghast to ... Read More »

Nurses pitch for demands, ending disparity

Their grievances would be looked into: Asiya Naqash Srinagar, May 13 (KNS): Nurses in Government Medical Colleges and its associated hospitals have pressed for their long-pending demands, including doing away with pay anomalies, nonpayment of non practicing allowances and other issues. The nursing staff demanded that the government should end their grade disparity with SKIMS counterparts and pay Non Practicing ... Read More »

Bali Bhagat reviews functioning of health deptt

Asks for adopting patient-friendly approach Srinagar |Apr 22 (PTK): Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat, on Friday chaired a meeting to review the functioning of the department in Kashmir division. The meeting was attended by Director Health Services, Kashmir, Dr Sameer Mattoo, CMOs, BMOs, Medical Superintendents, senior staff at DHSK among other officers of the health department. Taking ... Read More »

JK Bank’s major CSR initiative in health, education sector

Health, education remain critical for real growth, development of every society: Chairman Srinagar, Apr 22 (KNS): In yet another major CSR initiative, J&K Bank today presented four Eco-Ambulances, Two Portable X-Ray Devices, Fifty 3-seater benches and Rs 5 lacs for poor patients to Government Medical College (GMC) Jammu & Associated Hospitals. One similar ambulance was handed over to the Jammu ... Read More »