Team Blitz India
NEW DELHI: Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said that in the last nine years, the Centre has not only focused on making healthcare more accessible for the people of the country but also on making it affordable for medical tourists from abroad.
Mandaviya said this while virtually delivering the inaugural address at the centenary celebrations of Andhra Medical College. Andhra Pradesh Health Minister Vidadala Rajini, among others, attended the event.
Mandaviya also virtually laid the foundation stone for a 50-bed Critical Care Block in the college. “Andhra Medical College is the largest medical college in Andhra Pradesh with super speciality and a host of other facilities. It is also known for its illustrious alumni who have excelled in fields like politics, sports and administration besides medical sciences,” he said/“We are also creating a medical ecosystem in the country by increasing the number of UG and PG seats, transforming the quality of healthcare infrastructure and encouraging the manufacturing of medical devices,” he said.