BY TC News Desk
Agartala: August 03. Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha today said that the referral cases of health department have decreased significantly after the state has introduced several super-specialty facilities in GBP hospital.
The Chief Minister was speaking at the inaugural function of the newly set up blood centre at Teliamura hospital located in the Khowai district of Tripura.He said, “In the last couple of years the referral cases have reduced in large numbers. This is because of the relentless efforts being put to strengthen the state’s health infrastructure. We will be able to introduce all kinds of advanced treatment facilities here in the state and resultantly our dependence on other states for treatment in specific will also go down significantly”.
The new blood centre built at the cost of Rs 26 lakh will serve the people of three rural development blocks—Teliamura, Mungiakami and Kalyanpur that have a collective population of 1.7 lakh. Dr Saha also said that there is no difference of treatment facilities extended in Teliamura and Agartala.