Emergency, ambulance providers might be strengthened to avoid wasting valuable lives: Well being Ministaer Balbir Singh
Patiala, January 8
Punjab’s new Minister of Well being and Household Welfare, Medical Schooling and Analysis and Elections Dr Balbir Singh has mentioned that emergency and ambulance providers within the state might be strengthened to avoid wasting valuable lifetime of a affected person in the course of the first few golden hours.
The Well being Minister emphasised that his precedence can be to implement programmes outlined by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on the grassroots stage to offer high-quality well being services to the state residents.
Singh was acquired right here at Circuit Home by MLAs Harmeet Singh Pathanmajra and Kulwant Singh Bazigar, I.G. Mukhwinder Singh Chhina, Deputy Commissioner Sakshi Sawhney and S.S.P. Varun Sharma. He was accorded Guard of Honour by the Patiala police.
Speaking to media individual, Singh mentioned a particular motion plan drawn up by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann for a everlasting resolution to medicine might be applied accordingly. He mentioned the Well being Division and the police will work collectively to eradicate the drug menace.
Singh thanked the social gathering excessive command, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and the folks of Punjab. He mentioned that he’ll dwell as much as the belief reposed in him and fulfil his duty with dedication and diligence. Underneath the plans drawn up by the Chief Minister to make state a ‘Rangala Punjab’, main adjustments will even be within the Well being Division and new programmes might be launched each week for public welfare.
The Well being Minister requested officers to provide precedence to high quality well being providers moreover transparently offering people-friendly administrative providers.
Singh additionally paid obeisance at Gurdwara Sri Dukh Niwaran Sahib and Mandir Sri Kali Devi. He was accompanied by his spouse Rupinderjit Kaur Saini, son Rahul Saini, Balwinder Saini and advocate Manpreet Singh.