|Admissions And Disch||6000|
|Priority Queue For 6|
|65 Years And Above|
|Dr. Ali Shafeeq||ROOM 22|
|Dr. Farahanaz Hassan||ROOM 31|
|Dr. Khaulath Mohamed||ROOM 30|
|Dr. Sarda Wairokpam||ROOM 30|
|Dr. Aminath Luhushan||ROOM 42|
After a long wait to extend cardiac services at IGMH , Government of Maldives has taken a solid step towards achieving this goal. In a milestone event today, IGMH has signed an agreement with Medtrinal Hospitals of India to deliver advance cardiac care in the country. The agreement between IGMH and Meditrina Hospital of India is to establish a National Cardiac Centre at IGMH to cater the heart patients in the Maldives.
Meditrina Hospital is the selected party who would be investing on the machinery , medical equipment and medical professionals required for the Centre. Apart from these investments, the Government of Maldives has allocated a budget of approximately MVR 7 million to work on the infrastructure and certain equipments required to run the Centre.
The prime objective of the Government of Maldives is to provide a state of the art Cardiac Centre to people of Maldives, specially to the heart patients who require medical care and providing the ability to get treatment being in their own country. Management of IGMH with Meditrina Hospital will be working together to commence the services by February 2016.
The Fair was held in the adjacent parking area of IGMH to raise funds to mark the 20th Anniversary of IGMH. Different stalls were presented from various departments and units participated in this event. This was also an event, where the staff showed their spirit in working as One Team; to bring a successful event, where the staff, their families and public had a good time during the weekend; aside from the routine busy lifestyle in Male’ City.
Infection Control Workshop was held in Nasandhura Palace Hotel on 1st & 2nd April 2015, in association with Advanced Sterilization Products (Johnson & Johnson) and Mediquip Maldives Pvt. Ltd.Read more ...