Nagaland: Peren Gets First ICU Room At CHC Jalukie
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Nagaland: Peren gets first ICU room at CHC Jalukie

By EMN Updated: Sep 18, 2020 11:45 pm
Namri Nchang inaugurating the ICU room at CHC Jalukie
Namri Nchang inaugurates the intensive care unit room at CHC Jalukie on September 18.

Dimapur, Sep. 18 (EMN): In a major fillip to the healthcare sector in Peren district, the lone intensive care unit (ICU) room at community health centre (CHC), Jalukie, was inaugurated by the advisor of Water Resources, Namri Nchang, on September 18 in the presence of officials from the district administration, medical department and public leaders of the district.

The construction work of the new ICU room commenced on June 3 with the generous contributions from the public and well-wishers. The dedicatory prayer was said by ZBCC executive secretary, Izieteilung Tereing.

Speaking at the inaugural programme, Nchang congratulated every individual for their generous contribution in delivering the most-needed facility to the citizens of Peren district. He also thanked and appreciated those who came up with the idea for construction an ICU and further lauded the construction committee for taking all care from the beginning till its completion.

He challenged the citizens to contribute for public good. He stated that the citizens have set an exemplary deed by delivering the much-needed facility at the door-step, of which the public was deprived of for the past many years.

“Since the inception of our statehood and formation of Peren district, the most needed developmental activity for the welfare of the society has been taken up by the public,” Nchang said and lauded them for bringing pride, glory and success.

Amid these difficult and trying times, where most people around the globe have been affected, he immensely thanked God for the wondrous love and mercy as no Covid-19 dead was reported so far from the district.

The programme was chaired by Namnabi Hegui, while short speech was also delivered by NZPO president, Kevipelie, and the vote of thanks proposed by SMO CHC Jalukie, Dr. Yetovi Tuccu. Tuccu appreciated the advisor for his tireless efforts in working for the welfare of the people and accredited him for making all the necessary equipment and facilities available.

By EMN Updated: Sep 18, 2020 11:45:27 pm
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