Articles tagged under: Healthcare

First physiotherapy and nursing on wheels van launched in Gandhinagar

October 12, 2017
First physiotherapy and nursing on wheels van launched in Gandhinagar

Gandhinagar: Gujarat government today launched India's first physiotherapy on wheels and nursing mobile van at capital Gandhinagar. The van by Gandhinagar based Kad Sarva Vishwa Vidyalay's physiotherapy and nursing faculty has been started with intention to serve the needy people. It will offer free service in 100 km area around Gandhinagar including 36 old-age homes and villages including Vatva, Prantij, Adalaj, Mahudi, Kalol, Lambha, Mansa, Juna Vadaj, Nana Kadi, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and...Read More

Specialized ambulance for infants launched in Junagadh

October 11, 2017
Specialized ambulance for infants launched in Junagadh

Junagadh: Ram kathakar Morari Bapu dedicated the first of its kind child ambulance in Junagadh. BJP MLA Mahendra Mashru led Sarvoday Blood Bank has launched this ambulance through donation received from Sharadbhai Adatiya family. The ambulance has incubator, ventilator, infusion pump, pulse meter, oxygen supply etc facilities. Infant suffering from low weight, infection, weakness or other illness need to be taken to hospitals in bigger cities. Many times they die on way. The new ambulan...Read More

Vadnagar gets new medical college, iconic bus-station, AC town hall, banquet hall, hospital; local APMC yard to reopen

October 08, 2017
Vadnagar gets new medical college, iconic bus-station, AC town hall, banquet hall, hospital; local APMC yard to reopen

Vadnagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to hometown Vadnagar today dedicated Rs 600 crore GMERS medical college. The Prime Minister also dedicated/launched works for Rs 92.81 lakh Nagar Seva Sadan(town office), Rs 5.45 crore AC 1000-capacity town hall cum banquet hall, Rs. 3.17 crore Rushi Aara revamp work, Rs 28.77 crore under ground gutter project linked sewage treatment plant, 450-bed hospital and Rs. 10.53 crore iconic bus terminal. The Prime Minister also laid stone fo...Read More

Gujarat CM opens National Ayurveda Summit – 2017, attended by 1,200 doctors and students

September 30, 2017
Gujarat CM opens National Ayurveda Summit – 2017, attended by 1,200 doctors and students

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today called for making Gujarat an attractive destination for medical tourism with coordinated development of ayurveda, naturopathy and yoga. Inaugurating the National Ayurveda Summit-2017 organised by Gujarat Ayurved Board and CCIM and being attended by 1,200 doctors and students at the Mahatma Mandir here, he said that ayurveda is being practiced for the last 1,500 years to treat and cure diseases. The world recognized the efficacy of ayurved...Read More

Amdavad to host Ayurvedic National Summit & Expo on Ayurveda from Friday

September 28, 2017
Amdavad to host Ayurvedic National Summit & Expo on Ayurveda from Friday

Ahmedabad: In a bid to propagate a healthy life by delving into ancient Indian Ayurveda and Unani medicine systems, the Central Council of Indian Medicine (CCIM) in association with the Gujarat Board of Ayurvedic & Unani Systems of Medicine will organize a National Summit & Expo on Ayurveda at Mahatma Mandir on September 30. Today, the entire world is afflicted by multiple contagious ailments. The current circumstances have again restored faith of people in Ayurveda. The National Summit & ...Read More

State govt announces one more step towards malnutrition free Gujarat

September 09, 2017
State govt announces one more step towards malnutrition free Gujarat

Gandhinagar: Gujarat Chief Minister Mr. Vijay Rupani took one more step for the creation of malnutrition free Gujarat and decided to provide assistance of Rs. seven thousand per day i.e. Rs. 49 thousand for seven days for the treatment of a child born with less weight than 1.5 kg and declared that the cost of meal and shelter of the child’s mother will also be provided by State Government. Mr. Rupani said that it is the state government's priority that no child suffers from malnutrition and...Read More

Rajkot may get AIIMS, PM may lay foundation stone in October

August 31, 2017
Rajkot may get AIIMS, PM may lay foundation stone in October

Rajkot: The city which is generally identified as capital of Saurashtra region, it seems is all set to get All India Institute of Medical Science(AIIMS). This is big news not just for Rajkot city but for entire Saurashtra-Kutch region as the top level healthcare facilities will be available for free and at affordable rates through Central government budget once AIIMS is operational here. It is learnt that a team of central government has already arrived today and is going to visit the land ear...Read More

Marriage portal for HIV patients launched at IIMA

August 29, 2017
Marriage portal for HIV patients launched at IIMA

Ahmedabad: With effective and advanced treatment available for HIV, the longevity of the PLHIV (People Living with HIV has improved considerably over past few years. This has significant socio-cultural implications; for example, challenges related to marriage and child birth in the context of PLHIV. A team of researchers led by faculty of Centre for Management of Health Services (CMHS) at IIMA have been working on a project with GSNP+ (Gujarat State Network of Positive People): “Development of...Read More

4 more deaths take Swine flu toll in Gujarat to 333, over 1150 still under treatment

August 28, 2017
4 more deaths take Swine flu toll in Gujarat to 333, over 1150 still under treatment

Gandhinagar: At least four more people including 2 women died owing to Swine flu today taking the toll owing to H1N! virus caused disease in Gujarat this year to 333. Two people including a woman died in the isolation ward of Rajkot civil hospitals isolation ward while one each died in Jamnagar and Anand (a woman). In-charge (epidemics) of Gujarat Dr Dinkar Rawal today said that till yesterday the death figure was 329. Number of total positive cases was 4431 of which ...Read More

Indefinite strike of nurses of Gujarat Cancer & Research Institute continues on day 3

August 23, 2017
Indefinite strike of nurses of Gujarat Cancer & Research Institute continues on day 3

Ahmedabad: The Indefinite strike of the nurses of the Gujarat Cancer & Research Institute, an Asia famed treatment center of cancer situated in the civil hospital premises in Asarwa here continued on the third day today. Over 300 male/female nurses and other such staff of the Institute went on indefinite strike on August 21. Their main demands were about salary hike and regularization of service. Director of the Institute R K Vyas today said that the patients under treatme...Read More

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