CM to inaugurate MRI services in Hamidia

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 29 Jun 2018 10:12:46



Staff Reporter

AFTER a period of time, Government Hamidia Hospital is going to start MRI service from July 1. Preparations for serving patients with the MRI service is competed. The MRI services will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.
Dr Arun Shrivastava, Medical Superintendent of Government Hamidia Hospital, speaking to ‘The Hitavada’ said that MRI Department is all set to serve people. It is ready, with all the required support facilities and equipments, to serve the people. Hopefully, Hamidia hospital will serve people with the MRI services from July 1.

He added that Government Hamidia hospital is biggest Government Hospital in the district. People from adjoining regions also visit Hamidia Hospital seeking medical aid and MRI is one of the required services these days. Over 30 patients rush private hospitals due to absence of MRI service in Government Hamidia Hospital. Looking towards the need of MRI service, team of Hamidia Hospital met concerned authorities and demanded to start the service on the hospital too.

Informing about the benefits of installing MRI service in the Hamidia Hospital Dr Shrivastava said that MRI is quite an expensive service and previously over 30 patients rushed to private hospitals cutting their pockets can now take the benefits of the service in hospital premises and at nominal charges directed by the Central Government. He believes that doctors will also get the reports on time and will be able to start treatment at the earliest.

He added that gradually Government Hamidia Hospital is going to fulfill people’s expectations. It is planning to start various other new services to serve common people with the best possible facilities. In the series, Government Hamidia Hospital has already shifted blood bank in the nearby building of Trauma Center, so that patients do not have to struggle. Also initiation of MRI service in hospital premises will prove boon for common people.