In India, the number of medical schools doubled in only 9 years, according to Mandaviya

According to Union minister Mansukh Mandaviya, the number of medical schools in the nation has quadrupled over the previous nine years, and the government is building a critical care facility in each district throughout the country.

On Saturday, he opened a regional cancer center at the North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (NEIGRIHMS) and noted that the nation now has 1,07,000 MBBS seats, up from 50,000 in 2014.

The new nursing college building, eight modular operating rooms, and other amenities were also dedicated by the Union Health and Family Welfare Minister.

“The number of medical schools in the nation has doubled during the last nine years. In India, a total of 1,70,000 Health and Wellness Centers have been built. Speaking to a crowd, he said, “We are also constructing one critical care facility in every district throughout the nation.

He also lay the cornerstone for NEIGRIHMS’ 150-bed critical care block.

The inhabitants of the northeast will get much-needed healthcare services thanks to the new facilities at NEIGRIHMS. The regional health infrastructure will be improved, the central government is dedicated, the official said.

Our goal is to make NEIGRIHMS a nationally significant institution, according to Mandaviya.He stated that whereas other nations have a three-layered health system, India is proud of its four-tier system, which includes ASHA, primary, secondary, and tertiary care.

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