In his interaction with Hospital officials, the chief minister lauded the hospital authorities for their services rendered to the people of the state at a nominal rate since its inception.
“As the poor people of the state could not afford to go outside for treatment, the RK Mission hospital has filled the gaps with their service of sophisticated modern diagnostics and equipments, which is absent in the state run hospitals,” said Pul and assured all support from the government for the hospital.
During the visit, the chief minister visited the 14-year-old girl who had escaped rape attempt, and was earlier shifted from Hormin hospital of Naharlagun. He inquired on her health conditions and wished her for early recovery.
The chief minister inspected the central oxygen generator room, which supplies the oxygen to all patients’ room as supplement. He also visited the Post Operative Room, where patient from neighbouring Assam were being treated.
Pul met the patients in the hospital and interacted with them inquiring on their conditions.
Going round on inspection, Pul inspected the MRI Room, CT Scan, Blood Bank Unit, dialysis unit, Neonatal ICU, ICU, Diagnostic unit and Emergency Therapy.