Christian Institute of Health Sciences and Research, Dimapur in collaboration with NGOs working in various sectors of health in Dimapur inaugurated an Integrated Urban Health Clinic at Miqlat Ministry premises on the March 25. The Clinic will serve as a Centre for referral for clients of NGOs, their families and neighbors besides serving the general public in the area.
The clinic was inaugurated by Dr. Kuruvilla Varkey, Chairman of CMC, Vellore. In his remark he said that this kind of integrated effort by all stakeholders in the field of health care was the best way forward.
NBCC Secretary Narola for Women Ministry said the clinic was an answer to prayer of NBCC to provide comprehensive health care to the community through Miqlat. She also gave praised God for His faithfulness in the care and development of Miqlat ministry of NBCC in Dimapur from a small beginning 5 years ago. Dr. Abraham Joseph, Associate Director, CIHSR, Dimapur explained the purpose of setting up the Integrated Health Clinic.
The clinic will help participating NGOs to achieve their given targets of specific diseases such as TB, HIV and AIDS or STI in a better way. It will be an integration of services, technical knowledge, finance as well as skilled personals from all organizations.
Earlier, Asha Sanchu, Director Miqlat Ministry, Dimapur welcomed the gathering and Rev. Wati Longkumer, Director NMM offered prayer. The function was chaired by Dr. Vargheese Philip, Director, CIHSR. Dr. Viu Meru of CIHSR proposed a vote of thanks.