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Capital Hospital On Cardiac Care

A Cardiac Centre of Excellence will soon be set up in the Capital Hospital here as part of the extensive reforms in Health Care Services in the State under 'Mo Sarkar' and 5'T programs, Health and family Welfare, Minister Naba Kishore Das said on 6 November.

 
Mr.Das said that efforts have already started to begin with modernization of Cardiology Department. Updated cathlab and modern infrastructure will also be available in the hospital.
 
“There will be no space crunch and very soon the operation theaters for heart Surgery will be come up. Besides, modern equipments, special Intensive Care Unit(ICU), additional beds will be procured where provisions of complex Angiography, Device Closure, Electro-physiological Studies will be available,” he said adding, “ Measures are being taken to rope in more Doctors and Associates.”
 
The Health and Family Welfare Minister said a high level meeting to expedite the scheme is being convened very soon.
 
Eminent Cardiologist, Prabhat Kumar Das visited Capital Hospital on Tuesday and took stock of the environment in the Facility.

Prof. Das, with about 30 years of experience in Cardiac Surgery and treatment will join the hospital, leaving his present assignment as HoD, Cardiology Department of Satya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Bengaluru.
 
"After seeing the places, present infrastructure, outdoor treatment etc. I feel quite sure that there will be no delay in making the hospital's Cardiology Department a Centre of Excellence", said Prof. Das.

He appreciated the efforts of the State Government in Health Service Sector.Meanwhile, construction of building for the purpose has been completed.

At present, nearly 3500 patients are registering in the out-patient’s department out of which over 100  are coming for treatment of cardiac related problems.

Director Capital Hospital Dr Ashok Kumar Patnaik along with Dr PK Rath and Dr RSN Murty of Department of Cardiology accompanied Prof. Das during his visit and discussion.
 


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