Mufti promises to provide quality healthcare to state

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Old 19-Sep-2015
Post Mufti promises to provide quality healthcare to state

The Chief Minister, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, has pledged to provide quality healthcare to people within the state so that they do not have to travel to other parts of the country for expensive medical treatment.
For this, he urged doctors to acquaint themselves with latest techniques and best practices so that patients were provided top-class medical treatment within the state. “We have a repository of world-class doctors. Conferences and symposia provide them a great opportunity to keep themselves updated on the latest trends available in the field of medicine,” he said.
Mufti said this while addressing the 25th Annual Conference of North Zone Urological Society of India at the Sher-e-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC) here on Thursday evening.
Those present on the occasion included Urological Society of India (USI) president Pircy Chibber, USI North Zone president SK Pal, organising secretary Baldev Singh and Uttam Methe.
The Chief Minister said he was saddened when some of the best doctors left when political turbulence hit the state. “A few of them such as Sushil Razdan, U Koul and Sameer Koul come here regularly, but I want them to permanently return to their native place,” he wished. He asked the country’s prominent citizens to come forward and play an active role in removing negative perception, a tag which he said had unjustly stuck with Jammu & Kashmir.
The CM said the bad patch that the state went through was over and a new phase that focuses on development was being unveiled by the present government. “As you see, there is a visible change and Kashmir will rise again to become the abode of peace and tranquillity,” he said.
Earlier, the Chief Minister felicitated the past presidents of the NZ USI. He also felicitated overseas faculties, Hoffman and Greg, who performed partial nephrectomy, a very difficult procedure, which was transmitted live from the Kidney Hospital to the SKICC.

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