Bill Clinton offers support to UP govt in health services

Former US President Bill Clinton on Thursday met Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and discussed various ongoing health schemes in the state.

755 cases of dengue reported in Haryana

In the view of rise in cases of dengue in Haryana, especially in Gurgaon and Faridabad districts, the state health department has further advised district hospitals to help prevent the spread of the disease.

364 dengue cases reported in J&K

A total of 364 dengue cases have been reported from various parts of Jammu and Kashmir, with 168 of them surfacing in the border district of Samba only.

Delhi govt adds 50 new ambulances for CATS

A fleet of 50 new ambulances was on Friday added by Delhi government to its Centralised Accident and Trauma Service (CATS) to tackle the problem of shortage of emergency vehicles.

Action taken against two health officials by J&K G

The J&K govt has attached the CMO of Baramulla district and suspended the BMO of Pattan area following reports of unsatisfactory health services and poor facilities to patients.

WB to outsource docs to improve health services

WB govt said it would be compelled to appoint doctors from other states if the state`s doctors continued to refuse to join the rural health services.

Haryana govt doctors cease work

Health services in government hospitals and health institutions across Haryana were affected Tuesday as hundreds of government doctors went on a two-day mass casual leave in support of their demands.

India, China to work together on health services

India and China have decided to work together in improving health care services and deepening of bilateral cooperation in the health sector.

Doctor strike in Jharkhand affects health services

Medical services were affected in Jharkhand on Wednesday as more than 2,000 government doctors went on strike in support of their 12-point demands that include raising the retirement age from 60 to 62 and more.

Eight out of 10 countries using mobile health: WHO

The global health body found that only 19 of 114 countries surveyed had no mobile health initiative, known as mHealth.

Eight out of 10 countries using mobile health: WHO

The global health body found that only 19 of 114 countries surveyed had no mobile health initiative, known as mHealth.

MSF withdraws mental health services from Kashmir

The international humanitarian org, on Sat said it has stopped its mental health sevices in Kashmir due to increasing
violence and a round-the-clock curfew.