Panaji, December 15, 2012 …. Minister for Health, Shri Laxmikant Parsekar has said that the work for improvement of Tuem  Community Health Centre would be  taken up shortly  under the funds of the Central Government costing of Rs.1.50 Crores.

This was stated  by  the Health Minister  Shri Laxmikant Parsekar  when he along with  Speaker, Shri Rajendra Arlekar, Senior Officers from Goa State Infrastructure Development Corporation (GSIDC)   visited the Community Health Centre, Tuem in Pernem taluka,  yesterday.

They  went  around  all units of the Health Centre and acquainted themselves with the conditions of the hospital.

Shri Parsekar  told the GSIDC Officers to take  immediate  necessary steps  in improving and providing  facilities in this Health Centre.

The Health  Minister  also said that Ultra Sound, X-ray and operation theatre would  be equipped with modern facilities at this health centre  so that the patients in Pernem and nearby areas can get appropriate treatment. This, he said would help to reduce burden on   GMC and District  Hospitals in the state.

Thereafter, the Health Minister and Speaker visited the Goa Antibiotics and Pharmaceauticals  Ltd.  at Tuem  and acquainted themselves with the  workings  of the Goa Antibiotics.

They were received by Shri. Surendra Vernekar, Managing Director and Shri Dayanand Kanekar, General Manager of  Goa Antibiotics at the venue.


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