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Union Health Minister Mandaviya Unveils Advanced Facilities at AIIMS Bhubaneswar

In a significant development for healthcare infrastructure, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya virtually inaugurated new facilities at AIIMS Bhubaneswar in Odisha. The additions include a Dharmasala, a Trauma Centre, and a High Energy Linear Accelerator (HELA) Machine, aimed at bolstering healthcare services and improving patient care standards.
Expressing gratitude, AIIMS Bhubaneswar Executive Director Ashutosh Biswas thanked Minister Mandaviya for his dedication to advancing healthcare. He highlighted the transformative impact of these state-of-the-art facilities on patient care and emphasized their role in shaping a new era in healthcare delivery.
The Dharmasala, constructed with CSR funding from NALCO, offers 492 beds across 159 rooms, providing affordable accommodation for patients and their attendants. The Trauma Centre, equipped with 86 beds and 19 intensive care units, serves as a comprehensive care hub, featuring advanced amenities like modular operating theatres and diagnostic services. It also serves as a training ground for medical students, ensuring top-quality education in trauma care.
The introduction of the HELA Machine marks a significant milestone in cancer treatment at AIIMS Bhubaneswar. This cutting-edge device utilizes advanced technology to deliver precise radiation therapy, offering comprehensive cancer care with minimal impact on healthy tissues.
The presence of key figures, including DEAN P R Mohapatra and Medical Superintendent Dillip Kumar Parida, along with faculties, officials, students, and guests, underscored the importance of the occasion.

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