Imphal March 7
The Chief Minister of Manipur N. Biren Singh approved in principle the construction of 20 bedded Isolation Ward in the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal at the earliest. This was stated by Prof. A. Santa Singh, the Director of RIMS during the inauguration of 15 bedded new Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU). A proposal to construct the 20 bedded Isolation Ward will be submitted to the Government of Manipur. The newly constructing Isolation Ward will solve the shortage of beds.
He also further stated that the newly inaugurated 15 bedded Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) will solve a problem of shortage of beds in the ICU. These beds are one of the best in India and could be managed by remote control. This is innovative part of development project in RIMS Hospital. On other hand, the patients brought yesterday in the Isolation Ward is not confirmed COVID-19 patients and requested the public not to spread wrong information to the social media.
Prof. Ch. Arunkumar Singh, Medical Superintendent, RIMS Hospital, Imphal, other Head of Departments, Faculty members, Staff Nurses and Non-Teaching Staffs also attended the inaugural ceremony of the new Surgical Intensive Care Unit in the RIMS Hospital, Imphal.
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