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Trichy Govt Hospital to get 14 Medical Equipments.

Chief Minister ‘Edappadi’ K Palaniswami on Friday launched the Tamil Nadu Urban Healthcare Project, to be implemented at a cost of Rs1,634 crore. The project  will cover 21 government hospitals in 17 towns in the State. It will be implemented in the next seven years with financial assistance from the Japan International Cooperation Agency.  

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Palaniswami recalled that late CM J Jayalalilthaa on September 1 last year announced that all vital units, including vascular, cardiothoracic, plastic surgery, ENT, operation theatres for infants, hybrid OT, IVR rooms and imaging would be strengthened in the medical college hospitals at Madurai, Kilpauk in Chennai and in Coimbatore. Modern equipment, including c-ARM, X-ray, endoscopy, MRI scan, CT scan etc would provided  in the above hospitals.

She had also said that equipment such as mammography, MRI scan, CT scan, digital fluoroscopy and haemodialysis would be provided in 14 government hospitals in Salem, Vellore, Thanjavur, Tirunelveli, Tiruchy, Thoothukudi, Erode, Tirupur, Cuddalore, Dindigul, Pudukkottai, Krishnagiri and Periyakulam.
These announcements of Jayalalithaa would be fulfilled under the TN Urban Healthcare Project, Palaniswami said and added that all modern equipment would be provided to government hospitals in urban areas.  

Also, the Chief Minister honoured the Collectors who have done significant service for the welfare of the differently abled. Former Collector of Dindigul N Venkatachalam received the award for 2014, while former Collector of Krishnagiri T P Rajesh and former Collector of Madurai L Subramanian received the awards for 2015.  S Malarvizhi, Collector, Sivaganga, received the award for 2016. He commenced the distribution of laptops to Civil Supplies Corporation officials.


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