New Delhi: Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, SP Singh Baghel, highlighted the government’s commitment to extending health services to rural and remote areas during the Health Care Awards and Summit organized by Worldwide Achievers. The minister emphasized the significance of the Ayushman Bharat scheme, considering it as the most important government welfare initiative in the country. Furthermore added, the government aims to achieve last-mile coverage to ensure that health services reach even the remotest areas.
During this, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Prof. S.P. Singh Baghel, Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Ramdas Athawale, and Dr. Subhash Ramrao Bhamre, Lok Sabha member and former cabinet minister, congratulated the doctors and the hospitals which have performed well in the healthcare sector. Other people associated with the field were honoured. The event was organized at the Shangrila Hotel.
The summit featured over 30 doctors like Dr. Ajay Shukla as the Outstanding Health Care Professional of the Year – Orthopedic, Teresa Memorial Hospital – Best Super Specialty Cardiology Hospital – West Bengal, Dr. Nishant Nagpal – Best Gastroenterologist of the Year, SUT Hospital – Best Multi-Super Specialty Hospital, in Kerala, Dr. S.K. Aggarwal – Awarded for Outstanding Health Care Professionals of the Year – Nephrology, Dr. Murshad Ali – Best Emerging General Surgeon in Bengaluru – Karnataka, Dr. Dheeraj Dubey – Most trusted joint Replacement Surgeon of the year, Renee Hospital – Karimnagar – Awarded for Best Multispeciality Hospital, Telangana.
In addition to recognizing the efforts of healthcare professionals and institutions, the summit featured discussions on how scientific education could contribute to enhancing surgery, therapy, and treatment in the healthcare sector. The event included a panel discussion with senior doctors and experts who shared their insights on emerging trends in the healthcare industry.
The conference covered crucial medical science topics such as organ transplant, cardiac science, neuroscience, renal science, cancer care (bone marrow transplant), and critical care. The focus was on exploring ways to improve surgical procedures, therapies, and treatments through scientific advancements and education.
Overall, the Health Care Awards and Summit served as a platform to celebrate achievements in the healthcare sector, discuss advancements, and recognize individuals and institutions making significant contributions to the field.