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Indian Medical Association felicitates Manipur’s Health Minister Dr Sapam Ranjan

Dr. Ranjan said that the health sector is one of the most important areas which need focus. He maintained that being the minister in charge of health, he will work to bring the best health care system in the state.

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Imphal: Medical, Health & Family Welfare Minister, Govt of Manipur, Dr. Sapam Ranjan Singh was felicitated by Indian Medical Association, IMA, Manipur State Branch, at the IMA hall Lamphelpat, Sunday.

Speaking as chief guest, Dr. Ranjan said that the health sector is one of the most important areas which need focus. He maintained that being the minister in charge of health, he will work to bring the best health care system in the state.

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Discussions with concerned experts and officials will be held to achieve the objective. There is also a need to increase the number of medical colleges and nursing institutes in the state in order to address the problem of shortage of medical staff, he added.

Concerning the health care of the school-going children and adolescents, Minister said that a policy will be framed soon for the school-going children. This new step will help ease the health-related problems of the school-going children and adolescents, he maintained.

Replying to the memorandum submitted by IMA, Manipur State Branch, the Minister said that the points in the memorandum will be discussed and appropriate steps will be taken up on a priority basis. A memento was also presented to the minister by IMA, Manipur Branch.

President, IMA, Manipur State Branch, Dr. S. Jugindro; IMA, CGP Chairperson, Dr. Shyamkumar Laishram; V.P, IMA Manipur, Dr. A. Vivekanada and Dr. James Elangbam also shared the dais during the felicitation occasion.

Former office bearers and member doctors of IMA, Manipur State Branch were also present during the occasion. 

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