Tuesday, September 27, 2022

North East health services launched in Nagaland

Correspondent

North East India’s first one-step solution for patients, “NE health services Pvt. Ltd” was launched in the conference hall of the Red Cross, here, on Saturday.
In his address, principal director (PD), Health and Family Welfare (H&FW) department, Dr. Vikato Kinimi said the service was a much-needed initiative by the people of North East.
Dr. Vikato pointed out that many patients travelled outside the state for treatment of dreaded diseases without any consultant or guidance.
In the context of Nagaland, the PD said there was an increase in high levels of cancer and in this regard, the initiative was a prerequisite in the state.
He added that such services which assist the patients would ease the trouble of getting appointments and other hectic procedures.
In a short speech, advisor for Task Force For Music & Arts (TaFMA), Theja Meru acknowledged the step taken by NE services.
He said such service was required for anyone to get treatment outside the state, be it far or near.
Earlier, the programme was chaired by former Miss Nagaland, Vikuonuo Sachu, Dr. Vikato Kinimi and Theja Meru unveiled the health benefit card while testimonial messages were also shared.
It may be mentioned that NE health services, is a Guwahati-based company paving way for the hospital services and medical tourism.
Mentors, director, Shyamanga P Kashyap and co-director, Akumnaro Imsong, manager Rishabh Borkotoky with years of experience is a dedicated team focused on local issues and working towards growth of the youth in NE region.
Its mission is to help people from the remote areas get quality medical treatment while saving them time, money and hassle.
The health card includes wide range of accessibility along with discounts on hospital bills, admission bills, health insurance including the database of previous records.
The offices in Nagaland are located at Educentre, Old NST, Kohima and Edu cente, Duncan Basti, Dimapur.

SourceNPN