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Diet Goes for A Toss in MKCG Dietary Ward
New Indian Express

‘Police took no action against mob’

Junior doctors association of MKCG medical college and hospital in Berhampur of Odisha on Monday protested against lack of legal action against persons involved in ransacking of the new casualty ward following death of a police constable injured in an ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Diet Goes for A Toss in MKCG Dietary Ward New Indian Express, 1 month ago

CM inguruates 4 new buildings of hospital in Cuttack

Berhampur , (PTI) Chief Minister NaveenPatnaik today inaugurated four new building in MKCG MedicalCollege and Hospital here. The new multi-stored buildings will house differentdepartments. The new casualty building will have 82-beded
 Sify1 month ago

Dengue affects four in Ganjam of Odisha

ct with four patients detected with the disease so far. A 36-year old man from Hinjili was referred to the MKCG Medical College and Hospital here after his blood samples tested positive for dengue in a private laboratory on Sunday. "The patient has been ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Six-bed dengue ward in Ganjam  The Statesman1 week ago Six tsted positive for Chikungunya in Ganjam  Business Standard1 month ago

3,500 posts for doctors lying vacant in Odisha

Bhubaneswar, Aug 21: Around 3,500 doctor posts are lying vacant in three government-run medical colleges and other hospitals in Odisha, the Odisha legislative assembly was informed on Friday. In a written reply to BJP legislator Dillip Ray, ...
 OdishaSunTimes.com1 month ago Health Minister: Around 3,500 Posts For Doctors Lying Vacant In Odisha  Med India1 month ago

Spot counselling fills up vacant MBBS seats in Odisha

Odisha Sun Times Bureau Bhubaneswar, Sep 29: All vacant MBBS seats in both government and private medical colleges in the state got filled up today through spot admission held at the Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (OJEE) office at Gandamunda ...
 OdishaSunTimes.com6 days ago Help at last for orphaned Odisha girl fending for sick brother, sister  OdishaSunTimes.com1 day ago Admission to MBBS, BDS courses begins in Odisha  OdishaSunTimes.com4 weeks ago CAG picks holes in govt health sector in Odisha  OdishaSunTimes.com1 month ago
New Indian Express

Short to the Heart?

This country might be producing the largest number of doctors in the world but when it comes to medical teachers, particularly in non-clinical subjects, the country is woefully short. Although there has been a rise in the number of medical colleges ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Poor infra causes infant deaths in MKCG in Odisha

The spurt in infant deaths at Sishu Bhavan in Cuttack have raised questions about poor infrastructure and shortage of doctors in major hospitals, including MKCG, in Odisha. The MKCG Medical College and Hospital here, which on an average attends to 50 newborns ...
 Sify1 month ago Action on 3 Sishu Bhavan doctors  The Statesman3 weeks ago 53 infants dead in 11 days at Odisha's Sishu Bhavan  Rediff.com1 month ago

Maoist leader calls off fast, returns to jail

leader Sabyasachi Panda, who had been hospitalised after his health deteriorated during a hunger strike, has called off his fast and has returned to the circle jail here. Panda was admitted to MKCG Medical College and Hospital on Tuesday last as his health ...
 Business Standard2 months ago


05-10-2015 Report;Bureau,Orissabarta -       MLA BERHAMPUR VIISTED MKCG -       AFTER MEDIA FLASH  GOVERNANCE AWAKE -       ROLE OF NGOs’ SUSPICIOUS (?) -       -NO POLITICS PLEASE BERHAMPUR: In an exemplary tale of courage and ...
 Orissabarta1 hour ago

Why did 65 infants die in Odisha?

'I kept begging the doctors to put my three year old on the ventilator. But the doctors and nurses kept saying no ventilator was available. When the breathing apparatus ultimately became available, it was too late.' Indrani Roy/ travelled to Cuttack to find out why 65 children died at the city's Sishu Bhawan last month. IMAGE: A grieving mother outside Sishu Bhawan, Cuttack.Photograph: ANI "Don't take my photograph, please. I lost my youngest child and if my photo appears in the ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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