Union ministers saw the ordering of medical and Ayurvedic colleges – Union ministers saw the ordering of medical and Ayurvedic colleges

Muzaffarnagar. The Union Minister of State, Dr. Sanjeev Balian, conducted a surprise inspection of Muzaffarnagar Medical College in Begrajpur and reviewed preparations for the construction of the 100 bed L-2 covid hospital at Bharat Ayurveda Medical College. CDO Alok Yadav, additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. SK Agarwal and the director of Begrajpur and Bharat Ayurveda College were present.
Union Minister Balian said there is a glimmer of hope after the opening of three L-2 hospitals with 200 beds in the city among the lives sobbing from Corona. To ensure that no patient suffers, the Bharat Ayurvedic College was acquired and a 100-bed hospital built, while two other hospitals, Ewan and Heart and Imagine Center, will be a private Kovid-L2 hospital. Both hospitals will have 50-50 beds. Now three new Kovid-L2 hospitals have started. There will be a bed with oxygen-rich beds. A 50-bed hospital was built at Ewan Hospital on Bhopa Road and a 50-bed hospital was built at the Heart and Imagine Center. Both hospitals will be private. However, there is also a ventilation system here. That being said, the county government has acquired the Bharat Ayurvedic Medical College near Badhari on Roorkee Road and made it a level 2 hospital for public corporations. This hospital will have a capacity of 100 beds.
On Monday, the Zilla Parishad Market, Sadar Bazar, Service Club, Aggarwal Market, Prakash Chowk, Mahavir Chowk, DAV College Jansath and other government and non-government buildings were renovated on Monday. This renovation work is carried out continuously in the city and in the country, in the entire urban area and in the Tehsils.
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Oxygen capsules are taken in seven days
Mansoorpur Union Minister of State Sanjeev Balian instructed doctors to properly care for patients during the surprise inspection of Begrajpur medical school. He said that work on establishing oxygen capsules in the medical school was in full swing. An oxygen capsule will be installed in medicine this week. In medicine, 500 patients can be treated at the same time, and there will be no shortage of oxygen supply due to the installation of oxygen capsules in medicine. He instructed increasing the number of bed ventilators in medicine through the creation of an action plan.

Muzaffarnagar. The Union Minister of State, Dr. Sanjeev Balian, conducted a surprise inspection of Muzaffarnagar Medical College in Begrajpur and reviewed preparations for the construction of the 100 bed L-2 covid hospital at Bharat Ayurveda Medical College. CDO Alok Yadav, additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. SK Agarwal and the director of Begrajpur and Bharat Ayurveda College were present.

Union Minister Balian said there is a glimmer of hope after the opening of three L-2 hospitals with 200 beds in the city among the lives sobbing from Corona. To ensure that no patient suffers, the Bharat Ayurvedic College was acquired and a 100-bed hospital built, while two other hospitals, Ewan and Heart and Imagine Center, will be a private Kovid-L2 hospital. Both hospitals will have 50-50 beds. Now three new Kovid-L2 hospitals have started. There will be a bed with oxygen-rich beds. A 50-bed hospital was built at Ewan Hospital on Bhopa Road and a 50-bed hospital was built at the Heart and Imagine Center. Both hospitals will be private. However, there is also a ventilation system here. That being said, the county government has acquired the Bharat Ayurvedic Medical College near Badhari on Roorkee Road and made it a level 2 hospital for public corporations. This hospital will have a capacity of 100 beds.

On Monday, the Zilla Parishad Market, Sadar Bazar, Service Club, Aggarwal Market, Prakash Chowk, Mahavir Chowk, DAV College Jansath and other government and non-government buildings were renovated on Monday. This renovation work is carried out continuously in the city and in the country, in the entire urban area and in the Tehsils.

commitment

Oxygen capsules are taken in seven days

Mansoorpur Union Minister of State Sanjeev Balian instructed doctors to properly care for patients during the surprise inspection of Begrajpur medical school. He said that work on establishing oxygen capsules in the medical school was in full swing. An oxygen capsule will be installed in medicine this week. In medicine, 500 patients can be treated at the same time, and there will be no shortage of oxygen supply due to the installation of oxygen capsules in medicine. He instructed increasing the number of bed ventilators in medicine through the creation of an action plan.

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