Govt. has Proposed Advanced Centre for Diabetic Care in Bangalore

Diabetic Care
Mangalore: Medical Education Minister Dr V S Acharya has announced that an advanced centre for diabetic care and research has been proposed by government, to be established with an estimated cost of Rs. 6 crore in Bangalore.

One of the diabetic center’s divisional headquarters would be opened in Mangalore as well. In this regard the cabinet decision was taken on September 4. The announcement was made by Acharya after launching Super Speciality Centres at the Yenepoya.

“Cardiovascular disorders, cancer, diabetics, HIV and other related diseases and accidents are the major challenges, so, the doctors and Institutions should prepare to face these challenges ahead,” he said.

“No patient should be left out of modern medical facility. The government has liberalized its policy regarding setting up of new medical institutions so that the state will have more good institutes which offer courses from diploma to super specialty,” he added.

Advanced medical facility to the poor should be provided by the private sector hospitals with organizations’ help. Due to the efforts of private entrepreneurs, charitable trusts and Christian missionaries, there is a large scale development in state in the field of medical science.