The State Health Minister, T Harish Rao, recently announced that 29 super specialty doctors will be appointed to provide better medical services to the Nizamabad Government Medical College. This move is aimed at catering to the increasing number of patients in the district government medical college hospital. The Minister also mentioned that these doctors will be providing their services in various departments. He expressed his hope that this initiative will provide better medical services to the poor and that people will no longer have to travel to big cities for quality medical care.
Harish Rao further added that the provision of a medical college and a super specialty hospital in each district would provide better medical care to the people of remote areas. He stated that the state government, under the leadership of Chief Minister KCR, will take steps to bring a medical college to the district. As part of this initiative, the state government plans to open nine more medical colleges this year, in addition to the existing 17 colleges. This will create more medical seats and enable common students to receive medical education along with medicine, which is only possible in the separate state of Telangana.
The Health Minister emphasized that Telangana has become a model for the country in the field of health, and the trust of the people in government hospitals has significantly increased. This initiative will not only provide better medical services to people but also create more job opportunities for doctors and healthcare professionals in the state.
In conclusion, the appointment of 29 super specialty doctors in Nizamabad Government Medical College is a significant step towards improving healthcare services in Telangana. The state government’s plan to open more medical colleges will create more opportunities for students to pursue their dreams of becoming doctors and contribute to the development of the healthcare sector in the state.