First-ever cashless cancer hospital comes up in Guwahati
In order to better and ease mode of service to the beneficiaries of the Guwahati Medical College in the Assam state, the state governing body opted the medical facilities to convert into completely cashless. The specialty of the Guwahati Medical College is offers treatment for the cancer patients. Owing to that the Guwahati Medical College becomes the first cancel treatment providing health care facility to go cashless.
Nation’s first ever cashless cancer hospital was recently introduced by the union health minister Mr. JP Nadda in the state of Assam. As the standard of the health care system keeps dropping in the consistent level in the Assam state and also in the majority for the North Eastern state, the establishment of the cancer hospital in the Guwahati at Assam will play a vital role in the health care facility in those regions.
The inauguration event was participated by major political leaders from the ruling party of Assam which includes the Assam State CM Mr. Sonowal along with the State health minister Mr. Himanta Biswa Sharma.
Major relief for the Cancer Patient in Northeast Region
With the establishment of separate medication centre for cancer in the state of Assam, the people all around the northeast regions would able to get relief as they can get better treatment in nearby, especially those who are suffering from the cancer disease. Since, the cancer is treated as the highly endangered disease in the medical special care must be provided the cancer patients and the newly established center has the hi-tech equipments and medical specialists who can able to cure completely the cancer if its detected in the initial state.
Key points to be noted
- At the event, the state health minister Mr. Sharma quoted that the cancer hospital is fully equipped with hi-tech machineries like PAT MRI. And in nearby future the necessary equipments needed for offering radiation treatment too will be placed.
- The state health minister also added that the entire medical center will go cashless from the upcoming financial year which is the 1st of April 2017. Also the free treatments will be offered for the patients with respect to their insurance scheme.
- The state chief minister Mr. Sonawal, stated that the nearby future the state will experience many more development in the health sector along with the participant of central government with the state government.
- As per the data released by the government sources, it is confirmed that the central government has allocated around 150 Crore for the opening a super Speciality block in the medical colleges available in the Assam (Guwahati Medical College and Assam Medical College).