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Newly constructed Dental College of RIMS ready for the inauguration; Director unhappy seeing inconveniences at Casualty

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, July 29:

The newly constructed building of the World Class Dental College of the Regional Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) is all set for inauguration in the coming first week of August. Source from the RIMS said that the Governor of Manipur La Ganeshan will inaugurate the building on August 1, along with other installations at RIMS.
Dr. Ahanthem Shanta, the Director of RIMS may return to North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (NEIGRIHMS) Shillong in October this year as per an order of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
This reporter visited the Director to get his response in connection with the Ministry’s order to repatriate prematurely from the post of RIMS Director. However, Director A Shanta was busy inspecting the newly constructed Dental College and others at RIMS as the institute is all set to host the Governor of Manipur.
RIMS source said that they will use the present building occupied by the Dental College at present for the Nephrology department. The facial index of the director show no worry about the Ministry order and was in no mood to talk about it but rather would like to finish jobs that he wanted to for the welfare of RIMS.
Meanwhile, Director A Shanta, Medical Superintendent Prof Nepram Sanjib Singh, and other staff of the institute were surprised to see a pitch that disrupted the medical staff from carrying out their duty.
In-between the Blood Bank and the casualty wards of RIMS lies a store room of Oxygen cylinders. Some contractors had dug around 10 sq feet for repairing the portion. The Oxygen Cylinder store room was so important that nurses and other staffs have to visit it every time when demanded. For four days, the storeroom cannot remain unused, so they place the cylinders in a room close to the entry of the casualty gate, which the RIMS authority felt unsafe as well as inconvenient.
The portion of space in-between the Blood bank and the casualty ward will not take even a day if repaired with the costliest tiles or with the cheapest one.
Both the Medical Superintendent and the Director gave a stern warning to the engineering department and tell them to complete it immediately for the cause of the patients.

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