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Bollywood Night Labasa
- Your excellence Dr mishra of ICCR
- Dr Apte
- Managing director of Sahyadri specialist pacific hospital group
- Members of his medical team
- the bollywood enternainers.
- Vijay chand, labasa administrator
- Members of the northern medical team
- Ladies, gentlemen and children
I am very pleased to be here with you today.
Bringing specialist care to Fiji had been a painful task in the past.
With govt’s movement to partner with a internationally recognised specialist group we now have the capabilities to undertake necessary specialist level care in orthopedics, cardiac surgery and neurology.
The orthopedic service has run two (2) rounds with great success and return in the first week of March 2013.
The open heart surgery will operate from 25th march and the neurological team is operationally ready once we identify the patients by 7th April, 2013.
This opportunity gives Fiji doctors and nurses the opportunity to upskill locally and in India for short and long terms to raise local standards.
This screening of patients is a first in the series to bring better health to our people of Fiji.
Once the screening is complete the govt. Of fiji through ministry of health will determine the degree of financial support needed by our people.
Medical insurance companies, general practitioners and individuals can civil the services be provided.
The standard of care provided is international and moh continues to develop its service capabilities alignment with development countries so our national social and economic target are met.
Relations of this nature are very important to grow our nation health care system and we thank the SSPH group.
This evening’s entertainment by the Bollywood group is surely a bonus to our people in the north.
We thank Dr Mishra who leaves our shores shortly. Mishraji we part with broken hearts, which even Sahyadri cannot repair.
Dr Neil P. Sharma
Minister for Health
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