Saturday, December 31, 2011


AMC on modernization spree at Estimated Cost Rs 8100 Cr

Nksagar-Sagar Media Inc: New Delhi; Army Medical Corps, today said that modernization of 42 Army Hospitals are on the agenda to cater to meet the demands of the armed forces. Holding briefing reporters on the occasion of its 248th Anniversary, the Director General of Armed Forces Medical Services Lt. General H. L Kakria explained Corps professionalism at its best added the work of modernization will be undertaken at an estimated cost of 8100 crore rupees. He said that government has approved induction of over 10000 doctors to enhance the strength of hospitals so that more patients can be treated. He said that at present the strength of Doctors in Army Corps is about 6000 out of which 900 are women Doctors and there is no shortage of Doctors.

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