Swine Flu In Hyderabad Under Control: TRS
Minister T Srinivas Yadav said that government hospitals from now would on be equipped with the latest medical technology to combat deadly diseases.
Hyderabad | 23rd January 2017
Animal Husbandry Minister T Srinivas Yadav today said that government hospitals from now would on be equipped with the latest medical technology to provide better health care than private hospitals and combat deadly diseases including swine flu.
Participating in development programs at Gandhi Hospital in his constituency, Yadav formally launched 20 computers, 6 projectors, and water purifying machines at its women's hostel and medical college. Later, he made surprise inspection of the children's ward and the ICU ward, and inquired about the health services being offered to patients.
After hearing their responses, the Minister claimed that the TRS government was taking necessary measures to provide better services. The government was taking measures in ensuring the best possible health services to the people, he promised.
He also pointed out that during previous regime, government hospitals used to have a bad reputation due to lack of facilities and cleanliness, but now that was slowly changing as government hospitals were getting equipped with high-end tech and services.
Speaking on the rising number of swine flu cases in Hyderabad and the rest of Telangana, he assured that there was no need to panic since Gandhi Hospital had a special ward to quarantine the virus and treat the disease.
Local Corporator Hemalatha, Hospital Superintendent J Venkateshwar Reddy, Medical College Principal Manjula, and children's wing HoD Venkateshwar Rao were present on the occasion.
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