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Construction work on an integrated, multi-specialty tertiary care project gets under way next month with a groundbreaking ceremony planned at the Salalah site of the ambitious scheme. The $1 billion venture, dubbed the 'International Medical City',
The baffling PPP question hanging between the Planning Commission and Health Ministry is an irritant but one that may hold the key to successful adoption of universal health coverage without, as some are afraid, selling healthcare to the private
Golden Jubilee celebrations which will continue throughout the next year, the authorities, besides other committees, have also formed an exit committee to take the feedback from the outgoing doctors to know their reasons. PGI is a tertiary care
C-sections have become more common in the last several years for various reasons, including medical conditions Almost one in two women who goes into labour in the city needs surgery for childbirth. According to obstetricians, although textbooks state
She was taken to a good, local community hospital and diagnosed with acute ischemic bowel. There are various causes of ischemic bowel, but regardless of cause, getting the right care quickly determines whether such patients live or die...A quick
Ragu The challenge is to acknowledge the inappropriateness of the current health education and delivery systems, and refashion health care delivery relevant for the country. The confluence of recent events is an opportunity to rethink health systems.
January 22, 2011 Increasing public financing for health care, allotting 70 per cent of funds for primary health care and regulating drug prices are the key factors that would go towards providing universal health coverage in India, K. Srinath Reddy,
Your email address will be used by Medgadget editorial team only...Thursday, January 6, 2011 Consider the following scenario: A patient in a small town gets a CT report that shows a suspicious mass in the lung. The local medical community refers that
Hospital in Bilaspur: Apollo Hospitals in Bilaspur is the first multi-specialty tertiary care hospital in the state of Chhattisgarh,
Share this Ask Users Write a Comment Next P B Jayakumar & Abhineet Kumar in Mumbai T he Ambani brothers have done it and so have a host of leading corporate houses. India Inc's love affair with the health care business has just begun to blossom.