New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC) affiliated to Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) will get a 'Cardiac Catheterization Lab', very soon. The proposed lab is being established with an objective to provide meaningful facilities to the heart patients.
As per sources, the assurance regarding the setting up of the lab has been given by Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad to the Director of Center of Cardiology, JNMC and renowned Cardiologist M.U. Rabbani during a meeting at his residence in Delhi. Moreover, the Union Health Minister assured that the Cardiac Catheterization Lab will be established in JNMC under the Prime Minister's Health Scheme. Prof. Rabbani was accompanied with AMU Court Member Vivek Bansal and Prof. S C Sharma.
M.U. Rabbani, who is also the Convener of the Committee for Cardiac Catheterization Lab constituted by AMU Vice Chancellor P K Abdul Azis, requested Ghulam Nabi Azad to instigate proceedings for the facilities of Angiography and By-pass Surgery, so, that heart patients of Aligarh and nearby districts may get suitable and required treatment.
Furthermore, calling his meeting with Ghulam Nabi Azad a success, M.U. Rabbani mentioned that the Dean of Medicine Faculty S. Abrar Hasan and the Chief Medical Superintendent of Medical College M. Ashraf Malik were also involved in tireless efforts for establishing the Cardiac Catheterization Lab at JNMC.