NEW DELHI: Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Thursday September 16 urged doctors to work towards the Prime Minister’s vision of holistically transforming the health system for New India. He said doctors are the vital pillars of health care and form the bedrock of central government hospitals.
While speaking ahead of the event at Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi, where he inaugurated a number of healthcare facilities such as the new oxygen PSA facility, Covid emergency hospital, childcare and other patient-centered facilities. The third PM-CARES pressure swing adsorption oxygen system with a capacity of 1 t and the new makeshift hospital facilities started on the hospital grounds before a possible outbreak of the third wave of Covid.
He said, “Hospitals and doctors are two sides of the same coin. One cannot function without the other. Doctors may not realize this because of their dedication and focus on their work. They have tremendous respect in society.” He said, “Doctors’ commitment to protecting us from Corona has increased that respect tremendously. The hospital should be a natural extension of that ethos.” Mandaviya also published a brochure ‘Quality Ki Baat’ on the occasion. He also presented the hospital with the entry level accreditation certificate from the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH).
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