Health in J&K to improve: RR Bhatnagar 2023
Saturday, the Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor, Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar, stated that Jammu and Kashmir’s healthcare sector will see significant improvements as infrastructure and facilities are enhanced.
He also said that the union territory is poised to witness the establishment of several medical colleges, a cancer hospital, and two All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) hospitals. “Private medical institutions are also contributing actively to the development of the healthcare sector in J&K,” he added.
Bhatnagar, speaking to the media, highlighted the initiatives being undertaken to improve healthcare services in the region. He stated that the government is committed to providing J&K residents with quality healthcare and specialized services in every sector.
Union territory will get many medical colleges, a cancer hospital, and two AIIMS hospitals.
In addition, he stated that the establishment of medical colleges, as well as the forthcoming cancer facility, is anticipated to improve the academic and healthcare infrastructure. He added, “These medical colleges will not only contribute to medical education but also meet the rising demand for healthcare professionals in the UT.”
He expressed optimism regarding the future of healthcare in Jammu and Kashmir, stating that there are plans to establish specialized services in various sectors and build additional institutions. “These efforts aim to provide residents of Jammu and Kashmir with access to comprehensive healthcare facilities that meet international standards,” he said. (KNS)