Health professionals volunteer to provide OPD services

DIMAPUR, APR 23 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/23/2020 12:09:03 PM IST

Nagaland Medical Council has informed that the health professionals who have volunteered recently, would be providing OPD services in four districts.

The volunteers include doctors including retired doctors, nurses and other health professionals. NMC stated the Services may be extended to other areas as per need and availability of volunteered health professionals.

1. Kohima-  2 Centres

Agri Forest Sub Centre

Para Medical Training Institute (PMTI)

2. Dimapur- 2 Centres


Kachari Gaon SC

3. Mokokchung- 1

Town SC/ Aongza SC

4. Wokha-1

Wokha Town SC

NMC informed that the following members/volunteers will be working as coordinator for the project:

State coordinator:

Dr.  Joyce Angami, president NMC

Dr. Sashimeren Aier Vice President NMC 

b. Kohima district- Dr. P. Ngully

c. Dimapur- Dr. Tia Naga

d. Mokokchung- Dr. Yangerla 

e. Wokha- Dr. M. Kithan

Meanwhile, the Chief Medical Officers have been requested to extend all necessary support and services to the volunteered medical personnel and the identified Health centres. The district coordinators will coordinate with the respective CMOs and the volunteered health personnel for successful implementation.

NMC said it was committed to extend all support to the government in this fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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