Sham asks doctors to work with dedication
Srinagar, May 7: Minister for Health Sham Lal Sharma on Monday inaugurated one day voluntary blood donation camp at Government Kashmir Nursing Home, Gupkar-Srinagar.
The Camp was jointly organised by the Directorate of Health Services and Department of Haematology and Transfusion Medicines, Government Medical College, Srinagar.
More than 50 persons including, Director of Health Services, Kashmir, Dr. Saleem-ur-Rehman, Mission Director, NRHM, Dr. Yaspal Sharma and a number of employees of the Directorate of Health Services and Nursing Home donated blood voluntarily.
The Minister, on the occasion, appreciated the efforts for conducting such camps. “Donation of blood voluntarily is not only a great service to mankind but also would help the Blood Banks to save the human lives which needs immediate blood either in case of accidents or any other emergency events,” he said.
Sham appealed the people to come forward for the noble cause. “Health department is making every effort to provide best health care services to the people of the State. All the agencies of the Health department must keep a close co-ordination between them for providing best medical services to the common people without any hurdles,” he said asking the doctors to work with dedication.
The Minister asked the Superintendent of Nursing Home to initiate the process of Chemotherapy services for cancer patients in collaboration with reputed national services providers on the pattern of the Government Hospital Gandhi Nagar Jammu.
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