Rishikesh: (Manoj Rautela) AIIMS Rishikesh will now provide free consultation facility through telemedicine service to the patients of Ramakrishna Mission Seva Ashram Hospital, Haridwar. Apart from this, working together in the field of health, both the institutes will also organize superspeciality medical camps. An MoU has been signed in this regard by the officials of AIIMS and Ramakrishna Mission Seva Ashram, Kankhal.
The telemedicine service provided by AIIMS Rishikesh is no less than a lifeline for the necessary consultation for proper treatment. The Lal Bahadur Shastri Academy of Administration at Mussoorie and the State Government Hospital at Kotdwar are directly connected to the telemedicine service of AIIMS. Apart from this, health camps are also organized from time to time by the Outreach Cell of AIIMS at various places for the benefit of the general public. Taking this series forward, AIIMS has now decided to provide various health facilities at Ramakrishna Mission Seva Ashram Hospital, Kankhal Haridwar. In this matter, an MoU was signed between the officials of AIIMS and Ramakrishna Mission Seva Ashram under a simple programme.
As per the MoU formed, AIIMS Rishikesh will provide free health consultation to the patients of Ramakrishna Seva Ashram through telemedicine service. Apart from this, both the institutes will also work together in the field of clinical research by conducting medical camps for the patients with mutual cooperation. Institute’s Executive Director Professor (Dr.) Meenu Singh said in this regard that Ramakrishna Mission Seva Ashram Hospital has been providing its health facilities to poor people for many decades. On the request of Seva Ashram Management, AIIMS has formed this MoU under mutual consent. He informed that once or twice a month through its experienced doctors and health care workers, AIIMS will organize superspecialist medical camps in collaboration with Ramakrishna Mission Hospital. So that poor and needy patients can get better health benefits through experienced doctors of AIIMS. Significantly, AIIMS Rishikesh is continuously increasing its health services. The institute endeavors to cover Rishikesh and surrounding areas with better health facilities through organizing camps from time to time. It was also decided in the formed MoU that basic and advanced medical training will also be given by AIIMS to the healthcare workers serving in Ramakrishna Mission Seva Ashram.
On this occasion, Dean Academic Prof. from AIIMS. Jaya Chaturvedi, Medical Superintendent Prof. Sanjeev Kumar Mittal and the coordinator of this program Dr. Apart from Vinod Kumar, Medical Superintendent of Ramakrishna Mission Seva Ashram Kankhal Haridwar Swami Dayadhipanand ji, Secretary Swami Vishweshwaranand ji and Medical Superintendent of Ramakrishna Mission Hospital located in Mumbai Swami Dayamurthyanand and others were present.