GTGH state’s 1st to get Mission ICU equipment

ZIRO, Nov 09: The Gyati Takka General Hospital (GTGH) in Lower Subansiri district HQs here has become the first hospital in the state to receive support from Mission ICU.

Lower Subansiri DC Bamin Nime on Thursday inaugurated the donated ICI equipment, which included fowler’s beds, invasive ventilators, NIVs, tabletop monitors, syringe pumps and infusion pumps.

DMO Dr. Nani Rika said that the ‘Mission ICU’ was brainchild of three good Samaritans Dr Ashwin Naik, Manoj Shah and Dr Edmond Fernandes, a move to bring critical healthcare services to rural India through “kit-based approach”.

He further informed that Mission ICU was born when the second wave of COVID hit the nation and now Mission ICU is doing commendable humanitarian works across many states, including Maharashtra, Karnataka, Odisha, Kashmir, Manipur, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh.

Meanwhile, the DC, the DMO, medical superintendent Dr. Koj Jarbo, doctors and staffs lauded ‘Mission ICU’ for its humanitarian approach. (DIPRO)

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