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Tripura’s GB Pant Hospital to launch kidney transplant facility

Tripura Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha announced plans for kidney transplant procedures at GB Pant Hospital in Agartala. On a recent visit to the hospital, Dr Saha unveiled this transformative initiative. It underscores the state government’s dedication to augmenting medical infrastructure and services for its citizens’ welfare.

Speaking on Thursday Dr Saha elaborated on the extensive preparations in progress. He stated, “Dedicated team of doctors and staff has undergone training in Manipur and has returned. Discussions with the principal of AGMC have also been conducted. We anticipate launching these services soon.” This declaration marks a new era of advanced medical care in Tripura. Promising hope for patients requiring critical treatments is another aspect of this initiative.

Furthermore addressing concerns about water quality in the hospital premises, Dr Saha disclosed plans to install an iron removal plant. “With iron in the water at GB Pant exploring options for the installation of an iron removal plant are in progress,” he indicated. Stressing the government’s pledge to ensuring a sanitary secure environment for patients and health practitioners, he pronounced “We are aspiring to shape this facility into a center of excellence. Our aim is to leverage existing infrastructure.”

While investigating GB Pant and Agartala Government Medical College, Dr Saha underscored the urgency for prompt action. The desired improvements must be made as soon as possible. “Encouraging progress is under scrutiny” he said. “It is evident as offices are undergoing relocation. Furthermore, establishing seven super-speciality outpatient departments and wards is our goal.” His words underscored the urgency for the enhancement of medical facilities in order to expedite the process.

Dr Saha expressed confidence in addressing pending tasks promptly. He plans to do this through collaboration with relevant authorities. These include the Public Works Department (PWD) and electrical department. “Our goal is to expedite process” he said. During his visit, he evaluated the neurosurgery and nephrology departments. He also reviewed various reports. He engaged in discussions with doctors and staff about medication quality and equipment maintenance. His demonstrations show a hands-on approach. Its aim is ensuring the seamless implementation of proposed improvements.

As Tripura readies for transformative journey in healthcare Dr Manik Saha offers proactive leadership. His robust medical infrastructure vision signals promising prospects. These prospects are for the state’s healthcare landscape. Sentinel Assam

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