Former deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi on Saturday held CM Nitish Kumar responsible for the Medical Council of India (MCI) strictures against five medical colleges at Bettiah, Pawapuri, Muzaffarpur, Bhagalpur and Gaya in Bihar. Times of India, 1 week ago
MCI action stick to stop doctors' strike - Calcutta Telegraph, 1 week ago
Action against hospital superintendent over 'bhukamp' stickers: Minister - Daijiworldcom, 3 weeks ago
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The Patna district administration team could free around 17 decimal of Nalanda Medical College and Hospital (NMCH) land from squatters on Wednesday. The district administration's drive comes in the wake of Patna High Court's order on April 13 in which it ...The Telegraph, 5 days ago Drugs crisis returns to haunt health hub Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago Medics demand NMCH lodging Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
Flowers and brickbats lay in wait for health minister Ramdhani Singh on Wednesday as he reached Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) to hand over appointment letters to contract nurses. The contract nurses were recently regularised through the Bihar ...The Telegraph, 5 days ago
Patna, May 5: The axe finally fell on the superintendent of Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital (DMCH), Dr Shankar Jha, whose alleged lapses led to a controversy over pasting of Bhukamp stickers on the forehead of earthquake victims admitted to ...Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago ‘Quake’ sticker on patients: DMCH superintendent, doctor axed Times of India, 2 weeks ago DMCH Superintendent suspended in sticker controversy Press Trust of India, 2 weeks ago Bihar hospital superintendent suspended over 'bhukamp' stickers Daijiworldcom, 2 weeks ago
The essential drug shortage crisis continues at Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH), while the state health department turns a blind eye to it, almost. Mithilesh Kumar, a vitiligo (a condition in which a portion of the skin loses ...Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago Only 6,000 bedsheets in PMCH against need of 23,000: BJP Times of India, 1 month ago Bihar: BJP flays Nitish for giving go-by to bedsheet decisions in hospitals Oneindia, 1 month ago BJP Criticises Bihar Government Over Shortage of Medicines in Hospitals New Indian Express, 2 months ago
Harish Chandra Jha with a bhukamp stickeron his forehead at the Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital Patna, May 1: The Bihar government has decided to take disciplinary action against four officials of the Darbhanga Medical College and ...Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago Sticker action to test nerve of doctors Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
Patna Medical College will get a new hostel that would provide accommodation to 150 students. The health department has allocated a sum of Rs 10.3 crore for construction of the new hostel within the college. The nod for the fund was given on April 28. Bihar ...The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago 20 more beds in PMCH medicine department for swine flu patients Times of India, 1 month ago Six tested positive for swine flu in Bihar Jagran Post, 2 months ago Gadget hurdle for swine flu treatment Calcutta Telegraph, 2 months ago
Celebrating the 90th Foundation Day, Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH), India, is on the verge of deterioration. The alumni expressed their grief about the post mortem department of PMCH. Though the High Court issued a notice in 2011 to improve the ...Med India, 1 month ago Infant blunder at health hub The Telegraph, 1 month ago Patna Medical College and Hospital principal 'quits' as tutor alleges misbehaviour Times of India, 2 months ago Alumni worried at PMCH losing glory Times of India, 2 months ago
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A teary Shiv Kumar Singh at Patna Medical College and Hospital narrates how he felt during the earthquake and its aftershocks. Picture by Ashok Sinha Shiv Kumar Singh (65) suddenly wakes up and starts crying loudly at the emergency wing of ...Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
Patna: When an earthquake struck parts of India on Saturday, the staff nurses of a prestigious medical college university of Lucknow evacuated a large number of patients through trolleys and wheelchairs. The patients heaved a sigh of relief.Times of India, 3 weeks ago
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