Modular operation theatre inaugurated at CIHSR
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Modular operation theatre inaugurated at CIHSR

By Livine Khrozhoh Updated: Feb 26, 2021 11:30 pm

K Moses Chalai (left) and Calvin Kharsing (centre) during the inauguration of a new modular operation theatre at CIHSR on Friday. (EM Images)

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Dimapur, Feb. 26 (EMN): A new modular operation theatre at the Christian Institute of Health Sciences and Research (CIHSR) was inaugurated on Friday by the secretary of North Eastern Council (NEC), K Moses Chalai, in the presence of Calvin Harris Kharsing, NEC planning advisor.

After visiting the facilities at the CISHR and interacting with the officials, Chalai acknowledged the institution. Stating that changes are happening rapidly in every sector including the health sector, he urged the faculty to be aware of the changes.

“It is now time to move forward where the economics of activities, generation of goods and services, employment generations and economic prospective for the greater number will start,” he stated. He also suggested the CIHSR officials to share good inputs.

Sounding an urgency to complete the project in time, he said “the seriousness of completion of project in time is important because you and I cannot compensate the lost years for which someone has lost due to incomplete of a project”.

NEC planning advisor, Calvin Kharsing, has acknowledged the contributions made by the institution in the state and the country. He expressed that healthcare itself is a big challenge for the country especially for North eastern states. He further mentioned to put in more efforts in order to catch with others in the health sector.

Additional commissioner of Planning department, Nusazole Charle, expressed his gratitude to the NEC for the manifold roles towards the development of Nagaland.

Director of CIHSR, Dr. Sedevi Angami, informed that the hospital has 200 beds with around 500 staffs. He also mentioned that 6% of their income is given to charity. Highlighting about the vision of the institute, he said their vision is to develop Christ centred leadership in healthcare, transforming communities through compassion, innovation and excellence.

“Our objective is to build centre of excellence in healthcare, institute of learning, develop medical leadership for north east India, networking for Impact, and community of caring,” he added. He further shared that blood bank is almost ready to be started adding that the Para-medical college would be completed by this year.

By Livine Khrozhoh Updated: Feb 26, 2021 11:30:06 pm