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Critical care ambulances to be deployed in Jammu and Kashmir hospitals soon

A meeting of the Committee on Estimates of Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly was held here today under the Chairmanship of MLA Mohammad Ashraf...

Hospital staff protests against use of pellets in IOK

​ Srinagar, August 09 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, paramedical staff of Soura Institute of Medical Sciences staged a protest against the killing of civilians and...

Yellow fever vaccination centre established at SMHS

Yellow fever vaccination centre was inaugurated by Dr Samia Rashid, principal/ dean, Government Medical College, here at Immunization Clinic, Block-F, SMHS Hospital, The first such...
Kashmir Hospitals Transfused 1081 Pints of Blood In Unrest’s First 27 Days

Kashmir Hospitals Transfused 1081 Pints of Blood In Unrest’s First 27 Days

Kashmir hospitals consumed 1081 pints of bloods in the first 27 days of unrest and most of it came from volunteers, local news gatherer...

Injured yatris stable at SKIMS

Two women pilgrims who were injured in Monday’s attack on yatris at Anantnag are undergoing treatment at SKIMS Soura here while four others who...

#Day42: Murderous Attack on Ambulance Driver Sparks Protest

​The murderous attack on an ambulance driver sparked protest at SMHS Hospital Srinagar while protesters demanded stringent punishment to the guilty CRPF officer responsible...

‘Keep people informed on availability of blood’

In a significant judgment, the State Information Commission (SIC) Friday directed the JK government to come up with a centralized mechanism which would provide...

Health Dept halts SKIMS cancer surgeries initiative

The Directorate of Health Services Kashmir has halted an “ill-conceived initiative” by Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) Surgical Oncology Department to perform surgeries...

SKIMS authorities refuse to share details about injured

​The SKIMS authorities on Wednesday refused to divulge details about Lethpora youth undergoing treatment at the facility saying they have strict instructions from Police...

Asiya Visits LD Hospital

Minister of State for Health and Medical Education, Asiya Naqash Thursday visited Lal Ded (LD) hospital to review the facilities being provided to...

Violence against doctors triggers migration: DAK

Doctor Association Kashmir (DAK) Sunday expressed dismay after district administration for disallowing holding of a peaceful protest of doctors, nurses and paramedical staff. President DAK...

Q and A: Sexually transmitted infection Mycoplasma genitalium

A supposedly new sexually transmitted infection has been getting a lot of media attention in the last few days, which has suggested that hundreds...

More potent, safer Zika vaccine developed

Scientists have developed the world's first plant-based Zika vaccine that may be more effective, safer and cheaper than other vaccines against the mosquito-borne virus. Currently,...

GMC Jammu to start Cornea transplant surgery

Minister for Health & Medical Education Bali Bhagat today inaugurated Modular Eye Operation Theatre at Government Medical College Jammu. The Minister said that the new...

National Survey revealed that J&K private hospitals among costliest in India

In absence of rate regulation of private healthcare sector, a recent national survey has revealed that childbirth at a private hospital in J&K would...

Doctors found absent from duty to be terminated: Bali Bhagat

Srinagar, June 13, CNS:  Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat today, replying to a question of Mohammad Khursheed Alam, informed that doctors...

‘All isn’t well at SKIMS; Functioning of STP seems a major scam’

Hadi Hidayat | Wahid Bhat Srinagar: When it comes to tendering, bidding and e-tendering, the first thing being preferred in Kashmir is favoritism. To...

DAK seeks GST exemption on medicines

With the recent introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the state of Jammu and Kashmir (JK), Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today sought...

Baldness, pre-mature greying may up heart disease risk: Study

Men below 40 years of age who are going bald and dealing with pre-mature greying are at five-fold risk of developing heart disease, a...

WORLD HEART DAY: GMC, SSH organize awareness programs

To commemorate the ‘World Heart Day’, Department of Cardiology, Government Medical College (GMC) and Super Specialty Hospital (SSH), Jammu, today organized various functions for...

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