Meghalaya Chief Minster Conrad K. Sangma emphasizes on the need to provide training programme to upgrade skill for healthcare providers in the State.

                          Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad K. Sangma emphasised on the need to provide training programs to upgrade skill for healthcare providers in the State. Speaking on the occasion of the convocation ceremony organised by the Meghalaya Diabetes Association for doctors that have completed various capacity building training programs under the guidance of Public Health Foundation of India in the city yesterday, the Chief Minister said that there is huge need for improvement in the health sector and urged all doctors to be committed to their work.
                                “The service that the doctors are providing is invaluable and would like to urge each one to work even harder. No matter how educated or how experienced, there is always room for improvement”, the Chief Minister said. The Chief Minister also informed the gathering that the Government of India has initiated programs to upgrade Health Sub Centres to Community Health and Wellness Centres wherein the Nurses working in these establishments will be given necessary skill upgradation to take up the responsibility of delivering services in the absence of doctors.  (MIPR)

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