CHITWAN: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Health, Upendra Yadav, has said that the government and private hospitals should move ahead collaborating with each other.
Inaugurating the ‘Test Tube Baby Centre’ established by Chitwan Medical College at hospital premises here on Sunday, Deputy Prime Minister Yadav stressed that both –private and government hospital should provide quality health service.
He said that the health policy going to be brought by the government has tried to take government and private hospitals together, saying the government has been doing homework to provide free basic health service.
The Health Minister further said that use of pesticide in food and pollution should be reduced as different diseases related to heart, kidney as well as cancer and diabetes has increased in recent period.
Similarly, former minister Surendra Pandey, lawmaker Krishna Bhakta Pokharel, and Mayor of Bharatpur Metropolitan City, Renu Dahal, talked about the contribution of private hospitals in health service.
Chairperson of the Chitwan Medical College, Dr Harish Chandra Neupane, said that the Test Tube Baby Centre was established with a target to stop those infertile couples going aboard for this service.
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